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Romania Competitiveness Toward 2050: Wargaming-based Lessons and Guide
Will Romania continue to be a low-cost production hub for Europe? Or will we be inspiring others through innovation and know-how? Will Romania manage to retain and even bring back emmigrated talent and workforce? Or will we remain a handful of people in a beautiful yet dusty country somewhere in the East?
Aspen Energy Lab 2017 – Overview & White Paper
Aspen Energy Lab (AEL) este un program dezvoltat de Institutul Aspen România şi Energy Policy Group (EPG), cu sprijinul ENEL România.
Aspen Economic Opportunities & Financing the Economy Program
The Program aims to formulate public policy recommendations regarding investment prioritization, public and private resources mobilization and complex projects implementation capacity.
Aspen Healthcare Forum 2018 Report
Aspen Healthcare Forum, the public component of the 2018 – 2019 program editions, took place on 23 October 2018. Participants included high-level decision-makers from the Romanian Government, Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance House, Presidential Administration and WHO, as well as key representatives of the private sector and civil society, foreign and Romanian medical researchers and academics.
Aspen Energy Lab 2016 – Overview & Report
Aspen Energy Lab (AEL) was launched on February 5, 2016, in Bucharest, and benefited from the presence of reputed national officials and experts working in the energy sector.
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Bucharest Forum 2019
Bucharest Forum is an annual high-level event organized by the Aspen Institute Romania and the German Marshall Fund of the US, Bucharest office. Since its inception in 2012, the mission of the Bucharest Forum is to create a regional platform for forward thinking on economic and security policies, and for promoting political dialogue between governments […]