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Jan 13 2010 Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2010

Jan 13 2010 12:00 pm
Jan 13 2010 2:00 pm

Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2010


Workshop for Ethics in Business Lunch

Sponsored by Policy Innovations
A Publication of the Carnegie Council

This panel showcased prominent experts and their predictions about the ethical implications of global political risk for 2010. Aimed at decision makers in corporate, government, and nonprofit sectors, the panel provided a stimulating preface to the critical global political, social, and economic shifts for the year ahead. Using Eurasia Group's Top Risks as a starting point for identifying the major global challenges in 2010, the discussion examined the ethical aspects of each issue, and how best these dynamic and complex challenges can be met.



Speakers:


  * Ian Bremmer, founder of the research and consulting firm Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy, and World Policy Institute Senior Fellow

    * Georg Kell, Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact, the world's largest voluntary corporate responsibility initiative with more than 6,000 participants in over 130 countries 

    * Art Kleiner, editor-in-chief of strategy + business, the quarterly management magazine published by Booz & Company

    * Thomas Stewart, chief marketing and knowledge officer of Booz & Company, a global management consulting firm  

    *  Michele Wucker, Executive Director of the World Policy Institute, a nonpartisan center for global policy analysis and thought leadership































 















Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, started the discussion, outlining his firm's Top Risks. From financial regulation to climate change and energy security, Bremmer kicked off the event with an engaging synopsis of the causes and effects of the most dramatic geopolitical shifts likely to pose challenges for global markets over the next twelve months.
 









This Carnegie Council and Policy Innovations luncheon is supported by Eurasia Group, Booz & Company's strategy + business, and















Hewlett-Packard.















 















Top Risks and Ethical Decisions















 















When:















Wednesday, January 13















12 - 2 PM















 















Where:















Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs















Merrill House















170 East 64th Street















New York, NY 10065-7478















 















Cost and RSVP:















Seating is limited.  This event is $45 for WPI Members, Carnegie Public Affairs Subscribers and Carnegie New Leaders; $65 for non-members. RSVP and advance payment are required.     































Call Kate Maloff at 212.481.5005 x464 with any event-related questions

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