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Economist Lawrence H. Summers has been the leading voice in the national debate on inflation.
- Whatare the risks ahead once inflation is tamed?
- Will slow-growth and secular stagnation re-emerge?
Lawrence H. Summers, the renowned American economist who served as the 71st United States Secretary of Treasury from 1999-2001 under Bill Clinton, as well as the Director of the National Economic Council from 2009 to 2010 under Barack Obama, will be offering his insights into the global economy and financial markets during the 13th edition of AIM Summit being held on November 21-22, 2022 in Dubai UAE.
AIM Summit is the region’s leading forum for providing insights on investment developments and global market conditions. This year, special emphasis is placed on the current global economy, inflation, stagflation, and recession. Summers will provide his view on why the U.S. will likely be headed into a recession within the next two years. Summers will discuss how globalization, trade, and technology will play a pivotal role in the future of the global economy.
In 2021, Summers repeatedly called out the potential for inflation in the U.S. while the U.S. Federal Reserve and many economists viewed rising prices as transitory.
Commenting on his participation at AIM Summit, Summers states, “Investors in alternative assets must navigate a challenging macroeconomic environment today and anticipate how it will impact their portfolios tomorrow. At the AIM Summit in Dubai, I will address some of the most pressing questions investors should be asking – will the Fed’s newfound hawkishness lead to a painful recession, or will they engineer a soft landing?”
“Will we return to the post-2009 era of secular stagnation, or a new paradigm? Will prognostications of China’s economy overtaking America’s prove similar to those of Russia and Japan, which look ridiculous today?”
Raha Moradi, Chief Executive Officer of AIM Summit stated, “We are honored as organizers of AIM Summit to welcome a well-renowned economist and top U.S. ranking official such as Lawrence H. Summers.
His views on U.S. and global inflation, recession, and world policies will offer our audience valuable information that will benefit their policies and strategies moving forward. Investors and policymakers alike across the GCC and MENA region are invited to join us as we hearSummers’predictive insights.”
The AIM Summit gathers and connects investors within hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, digital assets, and FinTech with global industry leaders. This year the Summit will cover topics pertaining to portfolio construction, emerging markets, frontier markets, private credit, hedge funds, the future of digital assets, NFTs, metaverse, crypto mining, ESG, impact investing, and Web 3.
Audiences will also hearSummers’views on crypto and Blockchain.
For more information, visit the official event website.
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