Virtual VI Astana Economic Forum and the Global Anti-crisis conference are launched on the online platform G-Global
A project for the virtual VI Astana Economic Forum (AEF) and the World Anti-crisis conference (WAC) was launched online on the international G-Global platform (www.group-global.org) and will work till 15 May 2013.
The project will enable the online discussion of the program and topics of the Forum and the Conference in order to find effective solutions to comprehensive global socio-economic challenges of today. Renowned scholars of our time, the business community and government agencies around the world are invited join the virtual AEF and WAC on the site G-Global.
The project was designed so people of all social groups in different countries, interested in the development of national and world economies could express their opinions; the views of representatives of all states are made known; experts, who do not participate in the VI AEF and WAC, could assess the presented views; the public could get interesting and exclusive information. On www.group-global.org one can place articles, upload reports, participate in discussions, conduct or join a video conference, ask a question for discussion at the VI AEF and the WAC or start a new debate.
Association Eurasian Economic Club of Scientists invites all to contribute to the development of the world economy, as well as to take part in G-Global platform competitions. Articles and views posted in the period between the annual forums automatically enter annual G-Global competitions. Total prize fund is about 5m tenge. This is a good opportunity to take part in an important debate concerning the world economic situation.
«G-Global» – is a multifunctional Internet platform, which invites the world’s best minds to discuss development issues and mechanisms of overcoming the global financial crisis. In a short time G-Global united over 25,000 users from 149 countries. The project is supported by 14 Nobel laureates including Robert Mundell, John Nash, Robert Kornberg, Eric Maskin, John Aumann, Finn Kydland, James Mirrles and other representatives of international business, science, and educational organizations.
More information: http://group-global.org/