Sweden, other countries in the Baltic Sea Region and China – challenges in a changing global economy
During the conference, we look mainly at both the short-term and the long-term outlook for the three Baltic countries, Russia and China - but also for Sweden and emerging economies in more general terms. How can
these countries and corporations tackle new and old global challenges?
08.30–08.40: Welcome and introduction by Dean Helén Anderson
09.30–09.45: Recent developments in China, Hubert Fromlet,affiliated professor at Linnaeus University
09.45–10.00: Financial Stability of emerging European
economies, Aleksandar Petreski, senior adviser of the Central Bank of Macedonia and currently Ph.D. Student at JIBS
10.00–10.50: How the world affects the Swedish economy and its financial markets, Cecilia Skingsley, vice governor, Sveriges Riksbank
10.50–11.05: Break, coffee and tea.
11.10–11.50: A digital single market – growing the Baltic Sea Region, Pernilla Johansson, Chief Economist, Ph.D., Sydsvenska Industri- och
11.50–12.30: The economic outlook for the Baltic states and Russia, Laura Galdikiene, Senior Economist, Swedbank Lithuania
12.30–13.00: Discussion with the participants, moderator Mikael Lundgren, Linnaeus University