Action Tracker for World Economic Forum (WEF)

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1. General Topics across WEF

1.1. Pre-Meeting Press Conference 2019

1.1.1. Klaus Schwab Founder and Executive Chairman

1.1.2. Borge Brende President, Member of the Managing Board

1.1.3. Saadia Zahidi Managing Director, Head of Social and Economic Agenda

1.1.4. Dominic Waughray Head of Centre for Global Public Goods, Member of the Executive Committee

1.1.5. Sebastian Buckup Head of Programming, Global Programming Group, Member of the Executive Committee

1.1.6. Sarita Nayyar Managing Director, Chief Operating Officer Forum LLC

1.1.7. Makiko Eda Chief Representative Officer, Japan, Member of the Executive Committee, Tokyo

1.1.8. Adrian Monck Managing Director, Head of Public and Social Engagement

1.2. The Geopolitical Agenda

1.2.1. Yoichi Funabashi

1.2.2. Kishore Mahbubani

1.2.3. Karin von Hippel

1.2.4. Vali R. Nasr

1.2.5. Yan Xuetong

1.3. Peace and Reconciliation in a Multipolar World

1.3.1. Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign A..., Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar

1.3.2. Abdullah Abdullah Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afgh..., Afghanistan Government

1.3.3. Sigrid Kaag Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Coop..., Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

1.3.4. Gebran Bassil Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants of Le...

1.3.5. Abdelkader Messahel Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Algeria

1.3.6. Robin Niblett Director, Chatham House

1.4. Nuclear Brinksmanship

1.4.1. Angela Kane Senior Fellow, Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Prolifera...

1.4.2. Philip Shetler-Jones Programme Lead, Geopolitics and International S..., World Economic Forum

1.4.3. William Burns President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

1.5. The Humanitarian Crises That Will Shape 2019

1.5.1. David Miliband President, International Rescue Committee

1.5.2. Peter Maurer President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

1.5.3. Heba Aly Director, IRIN

1.5.4. Tara Nathan Executive Vice-President, Public-Private Partne..., Mastercard

1.5.5. Georg Schmitt Head of Corporate Affairs, World Economic Forum

1.6. Strategic Outlook on South Asia

1.6.1. Raghuram G. Rajan Katherine Dusak Miller Distinguished Service Pr..., University of Chicago Booth School of Business

1.6.2. K P Sharma Oli Prime Minister of Nepal, Office of the Prime Minister of Nepal

1.6.3. Mari Elka Pangestu Professor of International Economics, University of Indonesia

1.6.4. Sigve Brekke President and Chief Executive Officer, Telenor Group

1.6.5. Abdullah Abdullah Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afgh..., Afghanistan Government

1.7. Special Address by Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil

1.8. Special Session with Michael Pompeo, Secretary of State of the United States

1.9. Is the West Paralyzed?

1.9.1. From the US government shutdown to the UK gridlock over Brexit, two pillars of western democracy appear to be stuck between globalization and populism. Has the west’s power and stability reached its tipping point? Get ahead of a major issue impacting the future of global governance in 2019.

1.9.2. Kishore Mahbubani Senior Adviser and Professor in the Practice of..., National University of Singapore

1.9.3. Ngaire Woods Dean, Blavatnik School of Government, University of O...

1.9.4. Richard Samans Managing Director; Head of Policy and Instituti..., World Economic Forum LLC

2. Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production

2.1. Plastic Pollution: An End in Sight?

2.1.1. Yi Hsin Cathy Chen Senior Policy Adviser, Natural Resources Canada

2.1.2. Urs Gredig Editor-in-Chief, CNNMoney Switzerland

2.1.3. Heather Koldewey Fellow, National Geographic Society

2.1.4. Peter Thomson United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envo..., United Nations

2.1.5. Tom Szaky Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TerraCycle Inc.

2.1.6. Gloria Fluxa Thienemann Vice-Chairman and Chief Sustainability Officer, Iberostar Group

3. Shaping the Future of Consumption

3.1. Strategic Outlook on Consumption

3.1.1. Zara Ingilizian, Alan Jope, Doug McMillon, Orit Gadiesh, Steve Rusckowski, David W. MacLennan

4. Shaping the Future of Digital Economy and Society

4.1. Shaping a New Market Architecture

4.2. Designing for Everyone

4.2.1. Sinéad Burke, Caroline Baumann, Susannah Rodgers

4.3. The State of Public Opinion

4.3.1. Lauren Woodman

4.3.2. Oliver Cann

4.3.3. Kumi Naidoo

4.4. Strategic Outlook on the Digital Economy

4.4.1. Abidali Neemuchwala

4.4.2. Alfred F. Kelly Jr

4.4.3. Rajeev Suri

4.4.4. Derek O'Halloran

4.4.5. Victoria A. Espinel

4.4.6. Eileen Donahoe

4.5. Advancing the Belt and Road Initiative: China’s Trillion-Dollar Vision

4.5.1. Tian Wei Host, World Insight with Tian Wei, China Global Television Network (CGTN)

4.5.2. Xu Niansha Chairman, China Poly Group Corporation

4.5.3. Heng Swee Keat Minister for Finance, Ministry of Finance of Singapore

4.5.4. Ilham Aliyev President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Administration of the President of the Republic...

4.5.5. Wang Yongqing Vice-Chairman, All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (...

4.6. Globalization 4.0

4.6.1. Klaus Schwab Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum

4.6.2. Satya Nadella Chief Executive Officer, Microsoft Corp.

4.6.3. Juan David Aristizabal President and Co-Founder, Los Zúper

4.6.4. Mohammed Hassan Mohamud Zonal Chairman, Kakuma Refugee Camp Action - Create access to education and opportunity for the Kakuma Camp

4.6.5. Julia Luscombe Director, Strategic Initiatives, Feeding America

4.6.6. Basima Abdulrahman Founder and Chief Executive Officer, KESK Green Building Consulting

4.6.7. Akira Sakano Chair, Board of Directors, Zero Waste Academy Japan

4.6.8. Noura Berrouba Member of the Governing Body, European Youth Parliament

4.7. Making Globalization 4.0 Work for All

4.7.1. What are the deep technological, societal and economic forces underpinning the next wave of globalization, and how can we make sure they advance human development and prosperity?

4.7.2. Kenji Kohno General Director, General Bureau for America; E..., NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)

4.7.3. Laurence Boone Chief Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Deve...

4.7.4. Hikmet Ersek President and Chief Executive Officer, The Western Union Company

4.7.5. Tadashi Maeda Governor and Representative Director, Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)

4.7.6. Richard Baldwin Professor of International Economics, The Graduate Institute of International and Dev...

5. Shaping the Future of Economic Progress

5.1. The Modern History of Globalization

5.1.1. Gita Gopinath

5.1.2. Zhang Weiwei

5.1.3. Adam Tooze

5.1.4. Michael J. Mazarr

5.2. IMF world Economic outlook

5.2.1. Christine Lagarde

5.2.2. Gita Gopinath

5.3. The Road to Resilience

5.3.1. Peter McBride National Geographic Explorer

5.3.2. Platon Photographer and Founder, The People's Portfolio

5.3.3. Caroline Casey Founder, Binc

5.3.4. Andria Zafirakou Teacher, Arts and Textile, Alperton Community School

5.4. A New Day in Latin America

5.4.1. Moisés Naím Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

5.4.2. Luis Alberto Moreno President, The Inter-American Development Bank

5.4.3. Carlos Alvarado Quesada President of Costa Rica, Office of the President of Costa Rica

5.4.4. Lenin Moreno Garcés President of Ecuador, Office of the President of Ecuador

5.4.5. Mario Abdo Benítez President of Paraguay, Office of the President of Paraguay

5.5. Global Economy in Transition

5.5.1. Kristalina Georgieva Chief Executive Officer, The World Bank

5.5.2. Lesetja Kganyago Governor, South African Reserve Bank (SARB)

5.5.3. Haruhiko Kuroda Governor, Bank of Japan

5.5.4. Christine Lagarde Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

5.5.5. Mariana Mazzucato Professor of Economics of Innovation and Public..., University College London (UCL)

5.5.6. Economic cooperation is essential for our future prosperity, environmental sustainability and global security. How can we shape a more equitable and collaborative global architecture?

5.6. The Cost of Inequality

6. Shaping the Future of Education, Gender and Work

6.1. Radically Reinventing Social Systems

6.1.1. Hilary Cottam, Author and Entrepreneur, Centre for the Fourth Social Revolution

6.1.2. Peter Wolodarski, Editor-in-Chief, Dagens Nyheter

6.2. The Female Icon

6.2.1. Laura Liswood Secretary-General, Council of Women World Leaders

6.2.2. Rena Effendi Photographer

6.2.3. Chiara Tilesi Founder and President of the Board of Directors, We Do It Together

6.3. Investing in Fragile Contexts

6.3.1. Ion Yadigaroglu Managing Partner, Capricorn Investment Group LLC

6.3.2. Nicholas D. Kristof Columnist, The New York Times

6.3.3. Kristalina Georgieva Chief Executive Officer, The World Bank

6.3.4. Peter Maurer President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

6.3.5. David Miliband President, International Rescue Committee

7. Shaping the Future of Energy

7.1. Strategic Outlook on Energy

7.1.1. Zhang Jianhua

7.1.2. Jean-Pascal Tricoire

7.1.3. Iain Conn

7.1.4. Katherine Hamilton

7.1.5. Fatih Birol

8. Shaping the Future of Environment and Natural Resource Security

8.1. A Conversation with Sir David Attenborough and HRH The Duke of Cambridge

8.1.1. Klaus Schwab Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum

8.1.2. The Duke of Cambridge The Duke of Cambridge, Kensington Palace

8.1.3. Sir David Attenborough Broadcaster and Naturalist, David Attenborough

8.2. Building Sustainable Markets

8.2.1. Anne Finucane Chairman of the Board, Bank of America Merrill..., Bank of America Corporation

8.2.2. Niama El Bassunie Chief Executive Officer, WaystoCap SARL

8.2.3. Jesper Brodin Chief Executive Officer, Ingka Group (the largest IKEA franchisee)

8.2.4. Aron Cramer President and Chief Executive Officer, Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)

8.2.5. Raj Kumar President and Editor-in-Chief, Devex

8.2.6. Alfredo Moreno Charme Minister of Social Development, Ministry of Social Development of Chile

9. Shaping the Future of Financial and Monetary Systems

9.1. Rethinking Global Financial Risk

9.1.1. Axel A. Weber

9.1.2. Fang Xinghai

9.1.3. Maria Bartiromo

9.1.4. Ray Dalio

9.1.5. Jin Keyu

9.2. Automated Markets

9.2.1. William Ford Chief Executive Officer, General Atlantic LLC

9.2.2. Ron Mock President and Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan

9.2.3. Andy Serwer Editor-in-Chief, Yahoo Finance

9.2.4. Adena Friedman President and Chief Executive Officer, Nasdaq Inc.

9.2.5. David McKay President and Chief Executive Officer, RBC (Royal Bank of Canada)

10. Shaping the Future of Food

10.1. Water for Life

10.1.1. Ernst Bromeis, Susan Goldberg

11. Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare

11.1. Strategic Outlook on Healthcare

11.1.1. Christophe Weber

11.1.2. Michael F. Neidorff

11.1.3. Elena Cherney

11.1.4. Peter Orszag

11.1.5. Liu Jiren

11.2. Building a Global Coalition to End Epidemics

11.2.1. Richard Hatchett Chief Executive Officer, Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness and Innovat...

11.2.2. Paul Stoffels Vice-Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer, Johnson & Johnson

11.2.3. Jeremy Farrar Director, Wellcome Trust

11.2.4. Ryan Morhard Project Lead, Global Health and Healthcare Indu..., World Economic Forum

11.2.5. Lydia Ogden Associate Vice-President, Global Enterprise Policy, MSD

11.3. Financial Innovation for Global Health

11.3.1. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Director-General, World Health Organization (WHO)

11.3.2. Vasant Narasimhan Chief Executive Officer, Novartis AG

11.3.3. William H. Gates III Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

11.3.4. Sania Nishtar Founder and President, Heartfile

11.3.5. Clifton Leaf Editor-in-Chief, Fortune Magazine

11.3.6. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Chair, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

11.3.7. Peter Sands Executive Director, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and...

11.4. Training Grandmothers to Treat Depression

11.4.1. Join Dixon Chibanda – one of 12 psychiatrists in a country of more than 16 million and founder of the Friendship Bench programme –to learn how he trained elderly Zimbabwean women to deliver evidence-based talk therapy on benches under trees to bring care and hope to those in need.

11.4.2. Ishaan Tharoor Staff Writer, Foreign Affairs, The Washington Post

11.4.3. Dixon Chibanda Director, African Mental Health Research Initiativ

12. Shaping the Future of Information and Entertainment

12.1. Media Freedom in Crisis

12.1.1. Tinatin Kandelaki General Producer, Match TV

12.1.2. Aleksandar Vučić President of Serbia, Office of the President of Serbia

12.1.3. Martin Baron Executive Editor, The Washington Post

12.1.4. Kumi Naidoo Secretary-General, Amnesty International

12.1.5. Stephen J. Adler Editor-in-Chief, Reuters

12.1.6. Matthew Caruana Galizia Director, Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation

12.2. Future Frontiers of Technology Control

12.2.1. Samir Saran President, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)

12.2.2. Steven Ciobo Minister of Defence Industry, Department of Defence of Australia

12.2.3. Frederick Kempe President and Chief Executive Officer, The Atlantic Council

12.2.4. Alice Bunn Director, International, UK Space Agency

12.3. Governing Data in Our Daily Lives

12.3.1. Jane Sun Jie Chief Executive Officer,

12.3.2. Chen Shengqiang Chief Executive Officer, JD Digits, JD.COM

12.3.3. Lauren Woodman Chief Executive Officer, NetHope Inc.

12.3.4. Nara Lokesh Minister of Information Technology, Electronics..., Government of Andhra Pradesh

12.3.5. Li Xin Managing Director, Caixin Global, Caixin Media

12.3.6. Marietje Schaake Member of the European Parliament, European Parliament

13. Shaping the Future of International Trade and Investment

13.1. Future Frontiers of Global Value Chains

13.1.1. Bhairavi Jani Executive Director, SCA Group of Companies No effective measures for intangibles Companies will figure out how to optimise their supply chain even with trade barriers Small players have a massive play in the global value chain because of eCommerce platforms Absolute agility in training and re-skilling build open, trusted knowledge and information sharing platforms within supply chains Govt must make sure they Include people in their initiatives

13.1.2. Bogolo Joy Kenewendo Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry Botswana will become the gateway for trade Give incentives for manufacturing companies to come to Botswana Invest more in human capital especially in education

13.1.3. Arancha Gonzalez Laya Executive Director, International Trade Centre (ITC) Not measuring value being added internationally especially intangibles

13.1.4. Jun Ni Shien-Ming Wu Collegiate Professor of Manufacturing, University of Michigan 100 years ago everything was mass-produced, now its p3 personalised product production Improve Global Trade Standards Digital Certifications to eliminate trade barriers

13.1.5. Douglas L. Peterson President and Chief Executive Officer, S&P Global Countries are Increasingly dependent on trade China, Canada, Australia are over dependent India, US and most of Europe are less dependent someone in audience challenged the graph because it is looking at relative trade and not absolute trade. Industrialised countries typically climb the value added ladder China, South Korea and Vietnam moved from apparels to electronics India and Philippines played the outsourcing service ladder Tariffs starting to weigh on global trade China is witnessing a major drop Will technology push manufacturing to be increasingly global or increasingly local ? When technology disrupts labour-intensive manufacturing, what are the economic implications ? What can governments and private sector do to help people cope with disruption ? How will regulation evolve as fewer goods and more data and services move borders ? Infrastructure is a critical theme in every country especially ports and airports have to be completely re-hauled for both trade and tourism Ability to get finance for SMEs

13.1.6. Audience credible measures and trust can be given to the lender so that they can finance what one can do push the digitization of supply chain across infrastructures, customs and many more Sustainability Map

13.2. Achieving a Single Market in Africa

13.2.1. Bernard Gautier Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Wendel

13.2.2. Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina President, Africa Development Bank, African Development Bank (AfDB)

13.2.3. Arancha Gonzalez Laya Executive Director, International Trade Centre (ITC)

13.2.4. Emmanuel Gamor Entrepreneur, Kanea - EdTech

13.2.5. Winnie Byanyima Executive Director, Oxfam International

13.2.6. Rob Shuter Group Chief Executive Officer, MTN Group Ltd

14. Shaping the Future of Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development

14.1. Future Frontiers of Strategic Infrastructure

14.1.1. John M. Beck Executive Chairman, Aecon Construction Group Inc.

14.1.2. John Chipman Director-General and Chief Executive, The International Institute for Strategic Studi...

14.1.3. Yan Xuetong Dean, Institute of International Relations, Tsinghua University

14.1.4. Abha Joshi-Ghani Senior Adviser, Infrastructure, Public-Private..., The World Bank

15. Shaping the Future of Mobility