JFK put about 10000 young american brains on one decade- long networking goal- race to the moon; although usa today has about 100 million under 30 brains, its elders & educati9rs have never since freed 10000 brains to any goal in spite of fact that humansAI.com and EntrepreneurialRevolution are now most exciting co-creative games ever played ever- is it too late for american youth to be included in tech to sustain the world? click astronaut Garan's urgent collaboration crisis -which seas or continent can you help youth sdg economic map - asia asean africa america arctic europe ..
twitter version of 2025 report
7worlds.net

Astronaut Ron Garan: urgent collaboration crisis
Astronaut Ron Garan poses massive collaboration challenge ,,
Future of :health; culture; energy; finance. education-1960-2025: at The Economist 1960 my afily started asking leaders when were they including the people in key market futures assuming the moon race made gordon moores promise that microelectronic engineers woill multipy ai capabilities every decade by 100 fold (to 2030 that's a trillion times moore than man raced to moon with, and needs road maps valuing the most exciting goals humans can linkin! we use machine intelligence tersm broadly to include everything that the human brain alone is now able to innovate; Economist diary continues to investigate when and where top people meet does anything get shared eneabling youth to go great work and become the first sustainability generation.What is ER (Entrepreneurial Revolution)? Searches show that ER is a curriculum for valuing trust and youth especially girls by changing systems of education and community development economics. ER was founded as a media challenge of leadership purpose and friendship across nations at The Economist as man was racing to the moon in the 1960s- it was based on the hypothesis that it would be wise to put a deadline on sustainability system design. At some stage failure to educate and invest in sustainability would become exponentially irreversible. A deadline of 2025-2030 was thought to be wise.
In this worldwide economic model, communications TECH doubles every 7 years from 1946 to 2030- over 4000 times Moore! 2018-2019 is the last but 12th year for action learning sustainability. This diary aims to map the most exciting opportunities of each of the last countdown years
june 2019 luxembourg hosts 100 banking delegations sharing cases on long-term collaborative investment in infrastructure
april 2019 sees 100 national leaders coming to beijing to map sustainable world trade routes integrated round coastal Belts and Roads (eg railRoads & overland grids) as well as the sdg opportunities for cooperation that arise when all communities are linked in to win-win trade and under 30s dreams of being the sustainability generation
......BRI.school map top 13 sdg world trade routes 0 inside china, 1 East-Belt,
2 South-Belt; 3NorthBelt
4 centre eurasia &E.Euro; 5 WEuro 6 N.Am; 7 MidEast 8MedSea 9Africa 10LatinAm 11 Arctic Circle 12UN-urgent..
help ALI report 2018-2019 Mass Collaboration 1 2 3 and Sustainability Student Livelihoods Year is turning out weird, at end of year:
june 2019 AIIB (world leader in new dev banking_ is being hosted by EU epicentre of big old banking - luxembourg, and
july sees a truncated year for preparing Japan G20 because somehow Argentina was allowed to postpone Franciscan G20 to Nov 2018 coming after the world bank oct 2018 from indonesia where theme of world development report is Livelihoods, and where the billion dollar bank partnership with aiib aims to be world class benchmark for ending slums. Asean's leading economist Mahbubani brings out his second provocation - have americans lost it, alongside can asians think- it takes 2 to win-win trade as well as tango. This most co-creative student year kicks off from Joburg BRICS in early September the start of the UNGA year sees handover from E Europe to Ecuador meanwhile the newest of Guterres entrepreneurial revolution committees led by melinda gates and jack ma has been asked to report by march 2019 in time for the greatest sustainability summit ever hosted as 100 national leaders collaborate around maps- beijing's BRI May 2019 rsvp with good news isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com special mentions - shanghai hosts first world expo only for foreign exhibitors nov 2018- archives 2013 mainly silk road and BRI - 2012 mainly education

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Webinar: Maintaining Finance for Firms Impacted by COVID-19:
Perspectives for East Asia

Tuesday May 5, 2020 | 9:30 am – 11:00 am (Malaysia Time)
Monday May 4, 2020 | 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm (Eastern Daylight Time)


You are invited to join a free webinar featuring insights from CKGSB Visiting Associate Professor of Economics and Associate Professor of International Economics of the Graduate Institute, Geneva, Dr. Yi HUANG, and a distinguished line-up of global finance experts on ‘Maintaining Finance for Firms Impacted by COVID-19: Perspectives for East Asia’.

Addressing the impact of the crisis and various policy initiatives on the functioning, resilience, and stability of the financial system, the webinar will look at examples in East Asia, particularly the cases of China and Singapore. Joining Prof Huang will be the Global Director of the World Bank Group Alfonso Garcia Mora; Asia Pacific Head of Economics and Financial Markets of the Bank for International Settlements Ilhyock Shim; Lead Economist and Acting Research Manager of the World Bank Group Sergio Schmukler; and Practice Professor of Finance at the National University of Singapore, Joseph Cherian.

You can find the webinar’s details below and watch the livestream on Youtube!

This webinar is hosted by the World Bank Group Knowledge and Research Hub in Malaysia, the FCI Global Practice, and the Development Research Group as part of their webinar series on addressing the impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Tuesday May 5, 2020 | 9:30 am – 11:00 am (Malaysia Time)
Monday May 4, 2020 | 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm (Eastern Daylight Time)
WATCH LIVE ON YOUTUBE
If you have questions during the Q&A period, please ask them via the Youtube chat function. Note the Youtube link is accessible to both World Bank Group and external participants. 

OPENING REMARKS:
Alfonso Garcia Mora, Global Director, The World Bank Group

SPEAKERS: 
The Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Markets
Ilhyock Shim, Head of Economics and Financial Markets for Asia and the Pacific
Monetary and Economic Department, Bank for International Settlements

Financing Firms during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Sergio Schmukler, Lead Economist and Acting Research Manager, Development Research Group, The World Bank Group
(joint work with Tatiana Didier, Federico Huneeus, and Mauricio Larrain)

COVID-19 and the Chinese Corporate Bond Market
Yi Huang, Associate Professor of International Economics, The Graduate Institute, Geneva; Visiting Associate Professor of Economics, the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
(joint work with Jun “QJ” Qian, Dora Xia, and Yaya Yu)

Maintaining Financing for Firms: Perspectives from Singapore
Joseph Cherian, Practice Professor of Finance, National University of Singapore
 
Biographies of Speakers:

Joseph Cherian is Practice Professor of Finance and was the Founding Director of the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments at NUS Business School. Prior to that, he was Managing Director, Global Head, and CIO of the Quantitative Strategies Group within Credit Suisse Alternative Investments in New York, where he was responsible for over US$67 billion in client assets. Joe joined Credit Suisse in 2004 from Banc of America Capital Management where he was Managing Director of their asset allocation funds.   Previously, he was an Associate Professor of Finance at Boston University. He has authored numerous articles for financial journals. Dr. Cherian holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from MIT, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Finance from Cornell University.

Yi Huang is Visiting Associate Professor of Economics at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) in Beijing and Associate Professor in Economics at the Graduate Institute in Geneva. He is also a research affiliate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR). He was Pictet Chair at the Center of Finance and Development and an economist in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund. Prof. Huang also has been a research fellow at the Bank for International Settlements, Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Institute of Digital Finance of Peking University. Prof. Huang gained his Master’s degree from Peking University, and his Ph.D. in Economics from the London Business School.

Sergio Schmukler is Lead Economist and Acting Research Manager at the World Bank’s Development Research Group. His research area is international finance and international financial markets and institutions. He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley in 1997, when he joined the World Bank's Young Economist and Young Professionals Programs. He currently teaches financial development at Columbia University. He is a member of the Money and Finance Research (Mo.Fi.R) group and Treasurer of LACEA, the Latin America and Caribbean Economic Association (since 2004).

Ilhyock Shim is Head of Economics and Financial Markets for Asia and the Pacific at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). He joined the BIS in 2004 as economist. From 2007 to 2018, he worked at the BIS in Basel as Special Adviser on International Financial Stability Policy and at the BIS Asian Office in Hong Kong SAR as principal economist. He began his career as deputy director in the Korean government in 1996. Between 1997 and 1999, he worked at the Korean Ministry of Finance and Economy as deputy director in charge of deposit insurance and financial sector restructuring. From December 2009 to November 2010, he worked for the G20 Affairs Office of the Bank of Korea as adviser. He holds a BA and an MA in economics from Seoul National University, and a PhD in economics from Stanford University.
WATCH LIVE ON YOUTUBE
If you have questions during the Q&A period, please ask them via the Youtube chat function. Note the Youtube link is accessible to both World Bank Group and external participants. 
For questions, please contact:  Ruzita Ahmad (rahmad3@worldbank.org)
 

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