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White Paper – Impact of COVID19 and the local business environment index (LBEI) 2020
The White Paper is one of the core deliverables of the 2020 edition of the Aspen Economic Opportunities & Financing the Economy Program.
Bucharest Forum 2019 Conference Report
West Meets East: Furthering in Times of Volatility and Disruption
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 Governance & Society Program
One of the flagship programs of the Aspen Institute Romania, aiming to foster good governance and increase the social responsibility of decision-makers in Romania.
Joacă Pentru Viaţă Program
Joacă pentru Viaţă Program, inspired by Project Play Aspen US, is an exercise of reflection for leaders, aiming to stimulate involvement, promote a platform for non-partisan dialogue and identify solutions that help sport serve the public interest, with a focus on the development of healthy children and communities.
Bucharest Forum 2017 – Conference Report
Jointly organized by the Aspen Institute Romania and the Bucharest Office of the German Marshall Fund of the US (GMFUS), Bucharest Forum enjoys a longstanding support of the Romanian Government, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania and the Ministry of National Defense of Romania. It benefits from a diverse participation of foreign and Romanian government representatives, political figures, experts, media and think tank representatives, as well as business leaders.
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?