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gradschool.marlboro.edu – Dr. Chris Martenson was the featured speaker for MBA in Managing for Sustainability program in March. His talk, “Convergence Can the Economy As We Know It Survive Resource Depletion?” explored why and how a financial system dependent on infinite growth will continue to create disastrous friction with the resources and ecosystems of a finite planet. Dr. Martenson is an independent economist and author of the ChrisMartenson.com web site. Special thanks to Ian Kiehle for his camera work. Video Rating: 5 / 5
gradschool.marlboro.edu – Author and businessman Ron Nahser was the MBA in Managing for Sustainability featured speaker in February. He talk examined how two very different cultures (US and China) are re-thinking the purpose and goals of their economies in light of the current financial downturn and natural resource constraints.
On June 30, 2010 the Barcelona GSE community celebrated the graduation of its third cohort of master students. Six programs comprise the class, including: Competition and Market Regulation; Economics of Science and Innovation; International Trade, Finance, and Development; Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets; Economics; and Finance. Related News: www.barcelonagse.eu Video Rating: 0 / 5
Global Economic Outlook The International Monetary Fund has revised its growth forecast upwards for the year, but also highlighted concern that sovereign debt levels will reduce the margin of manoeuvre for governments to meet their fiscal, growth and employment goals. What are the near- and long-term issues in the global economy in this challenging environment? Speakers * Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist, IHS, USA * Gerard Lyons, Chief Economist and Group Head, Global Research, Standard Chartered Bank, United Kingdom; Banking & Capital Markets Industry Agenda Council * Ma Jiantang, Commissioner, National Bureau of Statistics of China, People’s Republic of China * Paul Sheard, Global Chief Economist and Global Head of Economic Research, Nomura Securities International, USA Chaired by * Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times, United Kingdom
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Living on the shores of Lake Michigan, I am acutely aware of the disastrous toll the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has taken on all forms of life, especially as our beaches opened to the 2010 swimming season. This environmental, social and economic catastrophe highlights a much larger problem that has inflicted untold suffering as we exploit the earth’s resources worldwide. We are all responsible for leading lives that create demand for unsustainable energy. We are also all responsible for the solution and we must work together to protect the balance of life. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Part one of David Gauntlett’s inaugural lecture, ‘Participation Culture, Creativity, and Social Change,’ from November 2008. See www.theory.org.uk for links to parts 2 and 3. Overall, Gauntlett points to a shift from a ‘sit down and be told’ culture to a more creative ‘making and doing’ culture, which may offer one of the necessary keys to tackling climate change and environmental problems.
www.weforum.org 29.01.2010 Some of the same technologies, such as cloud computing and semantic search, that make the most popular social networking applications possible are now being applied to development, education and healthcare delivery. How can these readily available technologies be best leveraged to address complex issues? Rainer Brüderle, Federal Minister of Economics and Technology of Germany William D. Green, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Accenture, USA Michael W. Laphen, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation), USA Didier Lombard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, France Telecom, France Eric Schmidt, Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer, Google, USA; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2010 Joel D. Selanikio, Director, DataDyne, USA Moderated by Adam Lashinsky, Editor-at-Large, Fortune Magazine, USA
www.weforum.org 30.05.2010 When states were the overwhelmingly dominant actors on the world stage and major policy decisions were commonly decided by a limited group of them, progress on international cooperation tended to be measured by the establishment of new intergovernmental legal frameworks and institutions. In a more complex and interdependent world, how can other potential dimensions of cooperation be more fully exploited, including practical, results-oriented coalitions, better information systems, strengthened existing institutions and more systematic integration of non-governmental expertise and resources? Ahn Ho-Young, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Republic of Korea; Ambassador at Large for G20 Alexandre Fasel, Ambassador, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland He Yafei, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the People’s Republic of China to the United Nations, Geneva Richard Samans, Managing Director, World Economic Forum Chaired by Lord Malloch-Brown, Vice-Chairman, World Economic Forum
Friedrich Hayeks lecture on Evolution & Spontaneous order at the 1983 – 33rd Meeting of Nobel Laureates at Lindau. We know that Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is accepted by natural scientists. It describes how biological systems spontaneously evolve by the mechanism of natural selection. But is a similar spontaneous evolution taking place in areas of social construction and cultural behaviour? Friedrich von Hayek argues that this is the case. He underlines the complexity of the social systems and gives an historic overview reaching all the way back to Aristotle. As well as comparing and contrasting the mechanisms of natural and social evolution, and outlining the role of social evolution in the development and maintenance of civilisation. Video Rating: 5 / 5