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The GES Roundtables provide an opportunity for leaders facing complementary opportunities or difficulties to discuss their strategies. Whereas the GES panels bring together experts from diverse communities (business, policy making, academia and civil society), the GES Roundtables mobilize expertise in a particular area. The aim of the Roundtables is to articulate the medium- and longer-term challenges faced by the Roundtable Leaders with a view to providing input into future global problem-solving efforts.

For example, Business Roundtables focus on business challenges faced by executives in complementary quarters of business enterprise. Policy Roundtables address challenges confronting policy makers in well-defined areas of public policy.

Roundtables of the GES 2012 include:

Roundtable The Potential of Business-Driven Networks for Sustainable Development

Roundtable International Non-Profit Credit Rating Agency for Sovereign Risk

Roundtable Global Economic Fellows’ Projects on Education, Innovation and Media

Roundtable The New Role of Government

Roundtable Education and Media

Roundtable Social Inclusion Policies

Roundtable The Challenge of Major Events

Roundtable Trust and Citizenship in the Age of Engagement

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