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The economic future of Central and Eastern Europe I

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
Plenary / Panel
German and English language
Director, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest Key Note
President of the Board, demosEuropa - Centre for European Strategy Foundation, Warsaw Key Note
Editor-in-Chief, Magazines ORF TV, ORF - Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Vienna Chair

Dr. András INOTAI

Director, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

1991 Dr. Sc., International Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1967-1979 Research Fellow, Institute for World Economics Budapest
1971 Visiting Research Fellow, Kiel, Institute for World Economy
1972-1973 Visiting Professor, San Marcos University, Lima, Peru
1977 PhD on Andean Integration
1979-1980 Senior Research Fellow, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
1981-1989 Head of Department in the same institute
1987-1989 First Deputy Director, in the same institute
1989-1991 The World Bank, Trade Policy Division
since 1993 Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Bruges
since 1994 Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Warsaw
1996-1998 Head of the Strategic Task Force on Integration into the European Union
since 1991 General Director of the Institute for World Economics, Budapest
2002-2003 Visiting Professor, Columbia University, New York
since 2006 European Online Academy, Berlin
since 2007 ZEI, Master Course, Bonn
 Major fields of research activities:
 - major economic challenges in the era of globalisation (growth and job-creation, demography, migration, supply security),
 - the shifting balance of global economic power, with special reference to China,
 - global financial, economic and social crisis and its medium term consequences,
 - the post-crisis European integration: deepening, enlarging and global role,
 - economic transformation in Central and Eastern Europe: retrospection after twenty years in regional comparison.

Pawel SWIEBODA

President of the Board, demosEuropa - Centre for European Strategy Foundation, Warsaw

 Graduate of the London School of Economics and the University of London
  Head, Office for European Integration, Chancellery of the President
2001-2006 Director, Department of the European Union, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  Responsible for: EU accession negotiations and subsequently institutional reform, negotiations on the Financial Perspective

Mag. Waltraud LANGER

Editor-in-Chief, Magazines ORF TV, ORF - Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Vienna

 Volkswirtschaftsstudium, Wien
 Freie Mitarbeiterin, "Salzburger Nachrichten"
1992-1994 ORF-Korrespondentin, Brüssel (während der öst. Beitrittsverhandlungen)
seit 1994 ORF-TV, Wirtschaftsredaktion
seit 2001 Leiterin, ZIB-Wirtschaftsredaktion
seit 2007 Infochefin, ORF1 und stellvertretende Chefredakteurin; Moderation, "Pressestunde"

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