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SKEMA Global Risks Meetings - Registration

28 September 2023 Workshop
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Tectonics of globalization: measuring and preventing geopolitical risks
How can we measure and respond to the global risks facing the world? To find out, the SKEMA Global Risks Meetings are bringing together, for the first time, a community of leading players: experts, researchers and professionals.
Two round tables will consider geopolitical and economic risks in all their dimensions, and an innovative indicator will be presented by researchers from the SKEMA Centre for Global Risks: the "Interstate Conflictual Relations Index", capable of measuring interstate tensions in real time.
Thursday, September 28, 2023 - 4:30 pm to 7:45 pm
Evening program:
- 4:30pm-5:00pm: welcome
- 17h00-17h15: Introductory speech by Patrice Houdayer, Executive Vice President of SKEMA Business School
  • Presentation of the SKEMA Centre for Global Risks by Rodolphe Desbordes.
  • Presentation of SKEMA School of Geopolitics for Business by Frédéric Munier
- 17:15-18:05: Round table 1 moderated by Frédéric Munier:
"Friendshoring, what's it all about?"
  • Jean-François Di Meglio, President of Asia Centre
  • Amaury Goguel, Professor of Finance, SKEMA Business School
  • Sophie Haincourt, Head of International Economics, Banque de France
  • Marion Jansen, Director, Trade and Agriculture Directorate, OECD
- 6:05pm-6:20pm: Break
- 18h20-19h10: Round Table 2 moderated by Rodolphe Desbordes:
"Reshoring: a response to global risks?"
  • Laurent Ferrara, Professor of International Economics at SKEMA Business School
  • Vincent Vicard, Deputy Director, CEPII
  • Nadine Levratto, Research Director, CNRS
  • Daniela Ordonez, Senior Economist, ARDIAN
- 7.15pm-7.45pm: Presentation of the Interstate Conflictual Relations Index (ICRI)
- 7.45pm: Cocktail on the SKEMA rooftop
For further information:
Registration deadline: Friday September 22, 2023

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