The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2015 was held in Davos, Switzerland between 21 – 24 January 2015. Key topics of the meeting was the complexity, fragility and uncertainty factors that are potentially ending an era of economic integration and international partnership that began in 1989.
What is clear is that we are confronted by profound political, economic, social and, above all, technological transformations. They are altering long-standing assumptions about our prospects, resulting in an entirely “new global context” for decision-making.
The discussions in the annual meeting are about both the long term and the short term, and below is a video about the global short term economic outlook for 2015. The discussion opens with the question what should be at the top of the agenda for the global economy in the year ahead?
Debating the year ahead are:
- Mark J. Carney, Governor of the Bank of England; World Economic Forum Foundation Board Member
- Benoît Coeuré, Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank, Frankfurt
- Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan; Global Agenda Council on Japan
- Joaquim Levy, Minister of Finance of Brazil
- Min Zhu, Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC; World Economic Forum Foundation Board Member
- Chaired by Laurence Fink, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock, USA