The Price 
of War
Understanding
Conflict Economics
in a Volatile World

Thursday 1 December, 2022

Smeaton Room, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA, UK
CERGE-EI Fundation
Reaction Media

Event participants include: Professor Francis Fukuyama, Professor Deidre McCloskey, Professor Paul Krugman, Professor Branko Milanović, and Professor Jeffrey Sachs.


Event speakers include:


Kate Andrews
Kate
Andrews
The Spectator
John Atherton
John
Atherton
Accenture
Gerry Baker
Gerry
Baker
Wall Street Journal
Alan Brown
Alan
Brown
Artemis Fund Managers
Ambassador<br/>Marie Chatardová
Ambassador Marie Chatardová
Ambassador of the Czech Republic
Professor Peter Frankopan
Professor
Peter Frankopan
University of Oxford
Simon French
Simon
French
Panmure Gordon
Steve Guppy
Steve
Guppy
Crown Agents
Professor Stephen Kotkin
Professor
Stephen Kotkin
Stanford University
Tim Marshall
Tim
Marshall
Journalist and Author
Baroness Helena Morrissey
Baroness
Helena Morrissey
30% Club
Professor Christian Ochsner
Professor
Christian Ochsner
CERGE-EI
Sam Olsen
Sam
Olsen
Evenstar
Jennifer Powers
Jennifer
Powers
Policy Consultant
Arthur Snell
Arthur
Snell
Geopolitical Consultant
Merryn Somerset Webb
Merryn
Somerset Webb
Bloomberg
Martin Wolf
Martin
Wolf
Financial Times

Event moderators include:


Adam Boulton
Adam
Boulton
Broadcaster
Iain Martin
Iain
Martin
Reaction Digital Media
Maggie Pagano
Maggie
Pagano
Reaction Digital Media

For More Information About this Event: development@cerge-ei-foundation.org


Representing the go-to hub for research, discussion, and collaboration in East-West Economics, the CERGE-EI Foundation, in conjunction with CERGE-EI and Reaction Media, is pleased to present The Price of War: Understanding Conflict Economics in a Volatile World, a one-day symposium.

The Russian attack on Ukraine has brought the existing world order, characterized by globalization and peaceful cooperation, under threat. Long-standing international relationships, supply chains, globalization initiatives, and production processes have been disrupted. This continually evolving situation raises many questions and poses numerous challenges to political and corporate decision makers.

How can the international community, individual states, and companies take action? From a financial and business perspective, how can we understand conflict economics to make sound risk management decisions? What are the historical and long-term consequences in conflict economics that can assist us in our understanding and our decision-making process, not only for today but also for the future?

This symposium will bring together world-renowned experts and business leaders to discuss the economic impact of conflict and will contextualize this discussion within today’s geopolitical developments.


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