WWWforEurope Final Conference - A New Strategy for Europe
Welcoming Address by Stanford University, Member of the Scientific Board for the WWWforEurope project (via Skype)
February 25th, 2016, Brussels, Belgium
Find out more: foreurope.eu/index.php?id=739
Kenneth Joseph Arrow won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1972 and is recipient of the National Medal of Science. He is the author of numerous path breaking contributions to social choice theory and general equilibrium analysis. "Arrow's Impossibility Theorem" is his brain child. Today Kenneth Arrow is the Joan Kenney Professor Emeritus at Stanford University and member of the IPPC and the Scientific Board of the WWWforEurope project.
The European Union has demonstrated a tremendous success story of unification and implementation of a joint currency for 330 million people. Nevertheless, in the last years, the European project has shown the need for a consistent, longer-term strategy, a vision that again sparks enthusiasm and support for this project.
For the last four years WWWforEurope has worked on such a strategic approach in close communication with policy makers, the research community and stakeholders – the results of this research work and the policy conclusions were presented and discussed at the WWWforEurope Final Conference held in Brussels, Belgium, on February 25th, 2016. Learn more about the conference on our website: foreurope.eu/index.php?id=739