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Lecture “New Global Economy: 2000-2030. The Rise of Emergent Countries in Asia and Opportunities for Europe and Spain”

Madrid and Valencia
Conferencia “La nueva economía global: 2000-2030. El auge de los países emergentes en Asia y oportunidades para Europa y España”

One of the events that characterises global economy of the beginning of the 21st century is the rise of great emergent countries such as China, India, Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey, Thailand, South Africa, Vietnam and the Philippines, among others. These countries continue growing whereas the main economic powers are in crisis. It is expected that for 2013 5 out of the 7 main economies of the world will be great emergent countries.

What is behind the sustained growth of great emergent countries and why will it continue in the long term? Which is the reach of the paradigm of global economic power and what will its impact be before 2030? In what areas are great emergent countries taking the lead and in which "old developed economies" can preserve or improve their competitive advantages? What is happening to great developed economies and why is Europe achieving worse results that the United States and Japan? Finally, does the rise of emergent nations involve the drop of the West? This lecture will respond to all these questions.

This is a new world where we must get rid of old stereotypes. On the contrary, the fast growth of great emergent countries opens large and new opportunities for the developed world, Europe and Spain included. Global economy of 2020 will be different from the economy of 2000-2010.

Programme in Madrid:

7.00pm Presented by:
Gayle Allard, teacher of the area of Macroeconomics at Instituto de Empresa.

7.15pm Lecture delivered by:
Ivan Tselichtchev, Professor at the Niigata University of Management, Japan. Graduate by the University of Moscow, in 1979 he became part of the main think tank in Russia, Institute of World Economía and International Relations. He achieved his PhD in 1983. He is the author of 5 books, coauthor of many others and has published more than 200 articles about international and Asian economy.

8.00pm. Questions and Answers

8.15pm. Closing

The lecture will be in English without simultanous translation in both cities.


2013/11/20 > 2013/11/21
Madrid: Wednesday, 20th of November 2013 at 7.00pm.
Valencia: Thursday 21st of November 2012 at 12.00pm.
Instituto de Empresa
c/ María de Molina 4, aula E-012

University of Valencia
Faculty of Economy
Sánchez Ayuso Hall
Free admission with limited capacity.
Madrid: Casa Asia, in collaboration with IE Business School.
Valencia: Casa Asia, in collaboration with Valencia City Council and University of Valencia.


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