28 April 2015
“The Future of Capitalism: Dealing with Inequality and Achieving Faster Growth”
Debate
Edificio Telefónica

Political Leadership Program 2014-2015

V Session: “The Future of Capitalism: Dealing with Inequality and Achieving Faster Growth”

The session was presented by Clive Crook, Columnist and Member of the Editorial Board of Bloomberg View (April 28, 2015)

This initiative was launched during the 2012-2013 academic year, and is now in its fourth edition. The purpose of the Political Leadership Program – recently renamed the Global Citizenship and Politics Program – is to provide a forum for discussion among politically minded and public service individuals who have demonstrated leadership potential. The objective of the Political Leadership Program is to provide a structured space for debate, so that knowledge and reflection on the issues addressed find common ground and personal ties are created among the participants in the program.

The Global Politics and Citizenship Program is co-directed by Juan Moscoso del Prado (former MP for the GPS) and Guillermo Mariscal Anaya, and is structured through various debates throughout the year structured from presentations, with the in order to discuss relevant issues in the context of politics and public service. The seminars focus on three fundamental areas: geopolitics and ethics and international economics. Throughout the four editions of the Program, more than 40 speakers have participated in our sessions; among them Javier Solana, President of Aspen Institute España; Hugo Dixon, founder and editor of Reuters Breakingviews; Robin Wright, journalist and international policy analyst; Rebeca Grynspan, General Secretary of SEGIB; Pablo García-Berdoy, Ambassador of Spain in Germany; Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House; Oscar Fanjul, vice president of Omega Capital and member of the Board of Aspen Institute España.


 

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Organizers

    Aspen Institute España

Moderators
  • Clive Crook
Location
Edificio Telefónica
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