Global Future Council on the New Agenda for Economic Growth and Recovery

Council mission and objectives

What are the pathways to shaping an inclusive, dynamic and sustainable new economy through a focus on recovery, investment and growth in the most vital markets of tomorrow? As countries look at ways to recover after the COVID-19 crisis, there will be a need to restart and refocus growth and rethink markets as complex systems resulting from socio-economic institutions, legal structures, technologies and human behaviour. Key themes to be addressed include the development of a more dynamic public sector, the creation of more symbiotic public-private partnerships, the piloting of new frameworks to rethink value, the growth of new sources of patient finance and the support to production and demand in promising niche markets.
The Global Future Council on the New Agenda for Economic Growth and Recovery will consolidate the latest thinking and influence change and action through the Forum’s Centre for the New Economy and Society.

Forum Council Manager:
- Attilio Di Battista, Project Lead, Centre for the New Economy and Society, Country Accelerators Practice, World Economic Forum

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