This council will explore the future of the system of Economic Growth and Social Inclusion, comprising the following elements: - Asset building and enhancing entrepreneurship - Developing basic services and infrastructure - Strengthening business competitiveness while addressing social needs - Enforcing transparency of institutions - Ensuring macroeconomic stability - Nurturing a healthy market economy - Financing social protection - Ability of the economy to endorse the technological revolution
Jonathan Eckart, Project Specialist, Economic Growth and Social Inclusion Initiative, Global Leadership Fellow, Jonathan.Eckart@weforum.org
Daniel Gomez Gaviria, Head of Competitiveness Research, Daniel.GomezGaviria@weforum.org
Dambisa Moyo evaluates the risk of infectious diseases.
Economists tend to be advocates of globalization. The benefits of specialization and exchange are evident within a country’s borders: no one would seriously suggest that impeding the flow...