Organiser: Delta Management School, University of Tartu
Studios: University of Tartu Delta Centre
Format: Free online event (Worksup & FB streaming; links will be public from October 17)
Date: November 8, 2022
Time: 10:00 – 17:45 (GMT+2)
On November 8, we will once again organise the international Delta Trends Day at the University of Tartu (Estonia), the theme of which this time is “The New Economic World Order”.The US-China struggle for world leadership has intensified over the past twenty years. The economic engine of this struggle has been the globalisation of the world economy, which has created global value chains. The key question now is how the confrontation between the United States and China in the fight for the role of the hegemon of the world economy will affect the functioning of the world economy. The current one-hegemonic regime can be replaced by two or more hegemonic regimes. Estonia’s interests are affected by the position of the European Union in the further division of the world economy. How is the confrontation between the US and China developing?
Experts in their field share their ideas and thoughts about what the future economy in Estonia, in Europe and in the world could look like.
Delta Trends Day 2022 seeks answers to the following questions:
These and many other exciting topics of upcoming years in the economic sector will be discussed and analysed during the Delta Trends Day 2022. Take the opportunity to take part in this unique event!
Delta Trend Days try to make sense of developments and set trends on internationally important issues concerning development. Delta Trends Day 2021, for example, had the theme “Reinventing a 400-Year-Old University for Talent”, see https://delta.ut.ee/en/calendar/delta-trends-day-2021/).
Delta Trends Day 2022 is broadcasted from four studios located at the Delta Centre. The Delta Centre is one of the most modern centres of digital technology, analytical and economic thought in the Northern region with core competencies in management and economics, computer science, technology and robotics, and mathematics and statistics. The Delta Management School is part of this vibrant 3,200+ member community, combining learning, excellence in research, and the challenges of business and society in creating innovative solutions for economic and social progress.
British Writer and Security Specialist, The Economist
Advisor to Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Guest Professor, University of Gothenburg
Former Head of the Foreign Intelligence Service & Chancellor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia.
Professor of International Law, University of Tartu
Visiting Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Delta Management School, University of Tartu
Professor of Applied Economics, Delta Management School, University of Tartu
Professor of Research and Innovation Policy, Delta Management School, University of Tartu
Head of Monetary Policy and Foreign Economics Division, Bank of Estonia
Economics, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, University of Tartu
For people physically present / DELTA CAFE
Moderator Prof. Ott Pärna, Prof. Kadri Ukrainski, UT Delta Management School / DELTA LABS FLOOR
Stephen Olson, Hinrich Foundation
Prof. Christer Ljungwall, University of Gothenburg
Prof. Lauri Mälksoo, University of Tartu
Stephen Olson, Christer Ljungwall, Lauri Mälksoo. Moderator: Prof. Urmas Varblane, UT Delta Management School / DELTA 2049
Prof. Slavo Radošević, University College London
Vice President Kaur Andresson, Enics
Slavo Radošević, Kaur Andresson, Raivo Vare, Christer Ljungwall, Philips Innovation (tbc.) Moderator: Prof. Priit Vahter, UT Delta Management School / DELTA 2049
University of Tartu Cheerleaders Team / DELTA LABS FLOOR
Peeter Luikmel, Bank of Estonia
Maryna Tverdostup, Economics, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, University of Tartu
Jaanika Merilo, Advisor to Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Rainer Saks, Former Head of the Foreign Intelligence Service & Chancellor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia
Maryna Tverdostup, Jaanika Merilo, Peeter Luikmel, Rainer Saks, Raivo Vare. Moderator: Prof. Kadri Ukrainski, UT Delta Management School / DELTA 2049
Edward Lucas, The Economist
Prof. Ari Kokko, Copenhagen Business School
Prof. Rain Ottis, Tallinn University of Technology TalTech
Prof. Urmas Varblane, Delta Management School, University of Tartu
Christer Ljungwall, Raivo Vare, Urmas Varblane, Edward Lucas, Moderator: Prof. Ott Pärna, UT Delta Management School / DELTA 2049
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