“Redefining success” was the central theme of the GES 2013. In this review we summarize major statements made at the conference.
Eurobonds, national fiscal rules or a Europe without a joint currency: The still lingering Eurozone debt crisis was discussed in several sessions at the GES 2013 in Kiel. This is a summary of the discussions.
This a summary of the session “Generating winning strategies for sustainable societies”.
The GES 2013 is a long term project, as it is all about sustainable solutions for the most pressing problems of the world. Each conference is building upon the results found in the former conferences.
As the United States face a critical week for resolving the budget and debt-ceiling impasse, Prof. Dennis Snower explains three possible scenarios how this situation could be resolved.
This post was produced for the Global Economic Symposium 2013 to accompany a session on “Trade, Poverty, and Inequality.” Feudalism is defined as “a system for structuring society around relationships derived from the holding of land in exchange for service or labor.” Considering the effects of the feudal system in Pakistan, I would define feudalism…