Dan Steinbock spoke at Global Governance and Development Issue for a Shared Future conference co-held by Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) on Oct. 25th-26th. Representatives from government departments, international think tanks and academic organizations attended the conference and shared their opinions.
In photos: Amb. Wu Hongbo, UN Under-Secretary-General; Mr. Vuk JEREMIC, former Serbian Foreign Minister, and Mr. Geng Shuang, Deputy Director of the Department of International Economics, Chinese Foreign Ministry; Prof. Yang Jiemian, Chairman of SIIS Academic Council; Prof. Chen Dongxiao, President, SIIS; Mr. Dan Steinbock, Research Director of International Business, India, China and America Institute (USA); Mr. Huang Liming, Counsellor, Department of Policy Planning, Chinese Foreign Ministry.
Dr Dan Steinbock is an internationally recognized expert of the multipolar world. He focuses on international business, international relations, investment and risk among the major advanced economies (G7) and large emerging economies (BRICS and beyond). Altogether, he monitors some 40 major world economies and a dozen strategic nations, including all major nations in Asia.
Dr Steinbock has advised international organizations, government agencies, financial institutions, multinational companies, SMEs and family enterprises, competitiveness institutes and NGOs. He serves on media advisory boards (Fortune, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, McKinsey, etc). He gives economic and policy briefs for trade associations, government agencies and international think-tanks, chambers of commerce and financial intermediaries across the world.
He cooperates with think-tanks, and leading universities in the US, EU, China and India, ASEAN, the Gulf, Americas and Africa. He divides his time between the U.S. (New York), Asia (Shanghai), ASEAN nations, and occasionally Europe. He has been interviewed for Global Trends 2030 by the U.S. National Intelligence Council.