Headed by Javier Solana, President of ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics, GeoCEO emerges as a forum to provide top-tier management a diagnosis of the current geopolitical situation and its impact on business. It provides analytical frameworks with which to understand the international situation and generate future scenarios, and builds a global network of international organisations and business leaders.
India's economic potentialESADEgeo held its seventh GeoCEO event on May 16, 2013 in ESADE-Madrid. The seminar was chaired by Javier Solana, Presdient of ESADEgeo and delivered by Rakesh Mohan, Executive Director on the Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The session addressed the economic present and future of the Indian subcontinent. Despite being the world’s largest democracy, India receives substantially less attention than the other emerging Asian giant, China. With 1.2 billion inhabitants, it will soon overtake China in population, and – even with a 4-fold smaller economy – it continues to grow and scale positions among the world’s top 10 economic powers.European economy, a view form GermanyESADEgeo held its sixth GeoCEO event on October 9, 2012 in ESADE-Madrid. The seminar was chaired by Javier Solana, Presdient of ESADEgeo and delivered by Quentin Peel, International Affairs Editor and Associate Editor for the Financial Times. During de session, Peel gave answer to the following questions: How does Germany understand the economic crisis? How does Germany envision the future Economic governance of the EU? What are the different streams within Germany on this matter?Globalisation and future drivers of conflictESADEgeo held its fith GeoCEO event on January 26, 2012 in ESADE-Madrid. The seminar was chaired by Javier Solana, Presdient of ESADEgeo and delivered by Mary Kaldor, British economist and professor of Global Governance at the London School of Economics. Mary Kaldor, an expert in globalisation, international relations, and humanitarian intervention, highlighted the main human security issues around the globe and the impact of globalisation, and discussed possible solutions and responses on the part of the international players.The new role of the US in the worldESADEgeo held its fourth GeoCEO event on April 14, 2011 in ESADE-Madrid. The seminar was chaired by Javier Solana, Presdient of ESADEgeo and delivered by Thomas E. Mann, the W. Averell Harriman Chair and senior fellow in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution. Thomas E. Mann, a noted congressional scholar, discussed the US domestic political situation, touched upon the most pressing challenges in the near future and how will the current US domestic policy shape geopolitics and the world.