Date: 11 August 2022 Author: Kacper Gatlik

Announcement of the 31st Economic Forum

Three days of conference, over three hundred debates and four thousand guests from Europe, Central Asia and the USA. Karpacz will for the third time become the centre of the Economic Forum – an event that has been gathering political, economic and social leaders for thirty years. The conference is organized by the Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies.

This year, the Economic Forum will be held in the Gołębiewski Hotel and will last from 6th – 8th September under the theme “Europe in the Face of New Challenges.” The topics of discussion panels will cover the sixteen issues, including security, energy, innovation, new economy or sustainable development.

In addition to the substantive part, the program of the Economic Forum will include cultural and recreational events. As in previous years, prizes will also be awarded in the following categories: Man of the Year, Company of the Year and NGO of Central and Eastern Europe. In addition, the 5th edition of the Report of the Warsaw School of Economics and the Economic Forum will be presented, focusing on current trends and socio-economic phenomena.

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