MANAGING FAULT LINES AND AVOIDING FUTURE CRISES
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, political and business leaders must demonstrate both foresight and determination if they are to bring about the necessary changes to the global economic system and establish a framework for balanced and sustainable growth.
1) What are the biggest risks that could result in future financial crises? How prepared is the world to react?
2) What, if anything, should be done to maintain balanced long-term global growth and avoid a global economy based on a zero-sum mentality?
3) As emerging markets, the euro zone and the US economies embark on divergent strategies, how will the global economy be managed?
Robert Thomson , Editor-in-Chief, Dow Jones; Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal
DMITRY MEDVEDEV , Prime Minister of Russia
NURSULTAN NAZARBAYEV , PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN
JOSE LUIS RODRIGUEZ ZAPATERO , PRIME MINISTER OF THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN
TARJA HALONEN , PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF FINLAND