The 10th European Economic Congress helped identify the most important changes that should be kept in mind when drawing up development strategies for states and companies. Their source lies beyond the economy: in digital technologies, relations between man and the environment, the legal environment and geopolitics.
Adecade after the eruption of the global economic crisis, there is still no stability in Europe. Nor is there a clear vision for the future. Europe cannot afford to play it by ear. The only constant today is instability and permanent change; new items are continually added to the lengthy list of unsolved problems. The situation is exacerbated not so much by mistakes as by indecision, passivity and neglect.
On the other hand, modernity has created possibilities beyond the wildest dreams of science fiction. New technologies are changing the face of the world, the economy and human life from one day to the next. Young people, creative leaders, who know how to tap these opportunities as they arise are laying the foundations for a world to come, of which, thus far, little is known except that it will be... quite different from the one we know.
In an era of great opportunities and equally serious threats, Europe and the world, the economy and its political framework, all call for the same virtues: responsibility, audacity and openness.
Such was the intellectual climate that set the stage for the 10th European Economic Congress and its debates, where 900 panellists took it upon themselves to diagnose the current malaise and pro- pose the best treatments. They worked together to identify prob- lems and develop solutions.
Addressed at different levels of generality and specialization, the range of themes covered a broad spectrum rarely tackled even at the largest events of this kind: from global climate issues and meg- atrends in technology to specific models and solutions employed in various industries, specializations and business niches.
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