The second Munich Economic Summit will take place on
2-3 May in Hotel Bayerischer Hof. Some 120 high-ranking international
decision-makers in business and politics will discuss the topic Europe
in the Global Economy: Matching the US?
Among the main speakers are Bavarian Minister President, Edmund
Stoiber, the President of the Czech Republic, Václav
Klaus, and Hungary’s Prime Minister, Peter Medgyessy,
as well as prominent personalities such as the economics Nobel Prize laureate,
James J. Heckman, the Vice-President of the European
Central Bank, Lucas Papademos, and the Deputy Head of
the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group, Friedrich Merz.
The Munich Economic Summit (MES) is organised by CESifo,
a joint initiative of the Ludwig Maximilian University and the Ifo Institute
for Economic Research, and the BMW Stiftung Herbert Quandt .
This year the media will be able to follow the proceedings from the press
gallery located inside the conference hall. The adjacent media centre
will offer the necessary infrastructure to facilitate reporting.
The key information on the MES:
- Some 120 high-ranking participants, including 30 guest speakers, from
- A selected group of participants from politics, business, economics
and the media
- A platform to discuss politically relevant issues
- English as conference language
- Opportunity for individual interviews with conference participants
We are looking forward to having you reporting this event.
Any questions? Contact:
Thomas John Darcy
Ifo Institute for Economic Research
Tel: ++ 49 (0) 89 92241604
Fax: ++ 49 (0) 89 92241267