Jean Pisani-Ferry joins Global Solutions panel discussion on policy responses to COVID-19.
Hertie School Emeritus Professor of Economics and Public Management Jean Pisani-Ferry participated in a panel discussion focused on economic responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, What can the G20 do to stabilise the world economy in times of the COVID-19 pandemic?, now available to watch online.
The Global Solutions Summit, an annual gathering of policy experts addressing key topics of the G20 agenda, in particular that of the Think20 group of global think tanks and research institutions, is this year being held online in the form of 25 "Global Tables".
The Hertie School is the academic and Sekretariat partner of the Global Solutions Initiative, which hosts the summit.
This year's keynotes, panel discussions and vision statements focus not only on the G20 agenda, but also aim to generate policies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular to support multilateralism and the G20 from a civil society and research-based perspective.
Watch all contributions to the different Global Tables here and register now to join the discussions.
Watch videos of the keynote speeches and panel discussion here.
Keynote speakers at the panel discussion "What can the G20 do to stabilise the world economy in times of the COVID-19 pandemic?", with Jean Pisani-Ferry:
Peter Altmaier, German Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy
Paolo Magri, Institute for International Political Studies
Irene Natividad, Global Summit of Women
Jean Pisani-Ferry, Hertie School Professor Emeritus of Economics and Public Management
Paola Subacchi, Queen Mary University of London
David Sloan Wilson, Binghamton University
Moderator: Sabine Christiansen, Journalist
Sean Cleary, Future World Foundation and Global Solutions Initiative Special Advisor