Between 11 – 13th of May, junior researcher Koen Dekeyser was invited to debate the alternatives to economic growth at the 46th St Gallen Symposium in Switzerland. The St Gallen Symposium is a yearly meeting of young academics, entrepreneurs, market and political leaders. Around 100 young academics were selected on about 900 essays, in which Koen got invited with his writing titled ‘Cooperation outcompetes competition’. During the three days, the current social and ecological impacts of growth, both the good and the bad, were debated together with the future direction of economic growth/degrowth. Speakers included Dambisa Moyo and Tim Jackson, amongst others.
https://governanceinnovation.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/St-gallen-logo.png 469 500 GovInn http://governanceinnovation.org/govinnedev/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Govinne-logo.png GovInn2016-05-27 14:48:012017-08-22 12:07:38Growth - the good, the bad and the ugly, St Gallen Symposium, 11-13 May 2016