World Economic Outlook: Certainties vs Uncertainties
October 20 16:15 – 17:30
(Changsha International Conference Center, 3rd floor, XingshaA)
COVID-19 uncertainty is the defining challenge of our times since the Global Financial Crisis. Its economic and social implications and the loss of lives have gone beyond imagination. Which vulnerabilities and structural issues in the world economy has the pandemic exposed and laid bare?
Which lessons have we learnt? What should we do to make the world economy more resilient when a similar crisis hits next time?
Risks and uncertainties may never leave us. In the foreseeable future, which “grey rhinos” and “black swans” should we keep a vigilant eye on and guard against?
What remains certain in a world of great uncertainties: the long term trend of global economy
David Daokui LI, Director, Academic Center for Chinese Economic Practice and Thinking (ACCEPT)