2023 is already looking challenging. With a number of intersecting crises such as the ongoing war in Ukraine, the rising cost of living, the fight against inflation, the transition to renewable energy and the role of China post-pandemic, the world feels increasingly destabilised. Against this backdrop, making economic predictions is not for the faint-hearted.
In partnership with BKL, we invite you to hear the perspective of leading economist and advisor to the G20, Dennis Snower. He will share his expert outlook for the world in 2023 and what it means for economics, government and society as a whole.
Hosted at BKL offices at 35 Ballards Lane, London N3 1XW (nearest tube is Finchley Central on the Northern Line).
Coffee and breakfast will be served. Guests are welcome from 8am and we ask that you please arrive by 8:30am for a prompt start at 8:45am.
About Dennis Snower
Dennis J. Snower is an American-German economist, specialising in macroeconomic theory and policy, labour economics, digital governance, social economics and the psychology of economic decisions in “caring economics”. He is President of the Global Solutions Initiative in Berlin, which advises the G20 and the G7, as well as Professorial Research Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at Oxford University, Fellow of The New Institute in Hamburg, and Non-resident Fellow of the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. He is former president of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. His prominent labour research explores the role of “insiders” and “outsiders” in generating unemployment and macroeconomic fluctuations; his socio-economic research examines how social groups shape economic behaviour; his psycho-economic research explains how economic decisions depend on psychological motives; and his macroeconomic research investigates why inflation and unemployment can move in opposite directions even in the long run.