Date: Wednesday June 22nd , 2011 – 18:30-20:00
The leaders of the global economy are struggling to cope with the damages of the economic crisis. Is there light at the end of the tunnel? How do the decision-makers view the recovery of the global market? What kind of tomorrow is the global economy headed towards?
Professor Stanley Fischer, Israel
Governor, Bank of Israel; Former Vice Chairman, Citigroup; Former First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund; Former Head of Department of Economics, M.I.T.
Professor. Jacob Frenkel, Israel
Chairman, JPMorgan Chase International; Chairman, Group of Thirty (G30); Former Governor of the Bank of Israel; Former David Rockefeller Professor of International Economics, University of Chicago; Recipient, Israel Prize (2002)
Professor Larry Summers, USA
Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Kennedy School of Government, 27th President, Harvard University; Former Director of the White House National Economic Council, Obama Administration
Hon. Dr. Alejandro Toledo, Peru
Former President of Peru; Founder and President, Global Center for Development and Democracy (GCDD); Founding Member, Friends of Israel Initiative (FOII)
Sir James D. Wolfensohn, K.B.E., AO, Australia, USA
Chairman, Wolfensohn & Company LLC; Chairman, Citi International Advisory Board; Former President, The World Bank;U.S. Special Envoy for Gaza Disengagement, Former Representative, Quartet on the Middle East; Author of A Global Life