Date: 25 April 2023
There is no need to describe the many problems and crises of our time. But there is a great need to look at the causes and refute the simplified and politically opportune explanations. Only if we know exactly what the problems are and how they arose will we be able to find the right solution.
New standards have come into force in almost all areas of policy and they are changing our lives, sometimes noticeably, sometimes surreptitiously, but often permanently. Let’s explore if these new standards are worth striving for.
THE SLIPPERY ROAD FROM FREE MARKETS TO STATE CONTROL
-The consequences of the past 15 years of artificially low-interest rates.
-Crony Capitalism: seesawing between insufficient and excessive regulation.
-Is constant Central Bank intervention/tinkering to achieve a 2% inflation target achievable (or desirable) given the costs?
-Implications of Global Debt at $300 Trillion: Crisis On the Horizon
- Terry Anker, Chairman, Anker Consulting Group;
- Lawson Bader, CEO of Donors Trust & Donors Capital Fund;
- John Chisholm, CEO-John Chisholm Ventures;
- Martin Gundinger, Economist and Senior Research Fellow at AEC;
- Amb. Peter Szabadhegy, former Ambassador for Hungary to the UK and former banker/venture capitalist.
- John Prout, Investor / former Hedge Fund Manager/Investment Banker