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The Buttonwood Gathering Program

The Buttonwood Gathering Program

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This programme agenda is subject to change. ©2012 The Economist Newspaper Limited.
The Buttonwood Gathering
The next chapter 
New York, October 24
th
-25
th
, 2012
SynopsisThe global economy has been buffeted by setback after setback in the four years since the financial crisistook hold. But a new chapter may be unfolding. In the three most important regions for the globaleconomy
 America, China and Europe
there is either the reality or the possibility of new leadership, andwith it fresh ideas, new priorities and a different trajectory.Beyond politics, a new page may also be turning:
 America’s
economy shows some hints of recovery, therevolution in natural gas and oil shales has the potential to change the global energy dynamic, financialreform passed in the wake of the financial crisis is finally being put to the test.What will the next chapter of global economic growth look like? Will the problems of the recent past
theeuro-zone crisis, high energy prices, high levels of debt in America and beyond
still define the nextchapter? Where will growth come from?
This year’s Buttonwood
Gathering will bring together leaders in finance, economics, business, academiaand government to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the next chapter of global growth.Chair personJohn Micklethwait, Editor-in-chief,
The Economist
 Speakers Zanny Minton Beddoes, Economics Editor,
The Economist
Jared Bernstein, Senior Fellow,
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
 Matthew Bishop, US Business Editor and NY Bureau Chief,
The Economist
Ronnie Chan, Chairman,
Hang Lung Properties
Philip Coggan, Capital Markets Editor and Buttonwood Columnist,
The Economist
David Cote, Chairman and Chief Executive,
Honeywell
 Tom Easton, US Finance Editor,
The Economist
David Einhorn, Founder and President,
Greenlight Capital
 Kathleen Eisbrenner, Founder and Chief Executive,
NextDecade
 Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Executive and Chief Investment Officer,
PIMCO
 Martin Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics,
Harvard University
 Laurence Fink, Chairman and Chief Executive,
BlackRock
Kristin Forbes, Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Professor of Management and Global Economics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management
  Arminio Fraga, Founding Partner,
Gávea Investimentos
Stephen Freidheim, Chief Investment Officer and Senior Managing Partner,
Cyrus Capital Partners
Hugh Hendry, Chief Investment Officer and Founding Partner,
Eclectica Asset Management
Philipp Hildebrand, Senior Visiting Fellow,
Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University
Glenn Hubbard, Dean,
Columbia Business School
, and Economic Adviser to Mitt RomneyGlenn Hutchins, Co-founder,
Silver Lake
Greg Ip, US Economics Editor,
The Economist
 
 
This programme agenda is subject to change. ©2012 The Economist Newspaper Limited.
Klaus Kleinfeld, Chairman and Chief Executive,
Alcoa
 Marc Lipschultz, Global Head of Energy and Infrastructure,
KKR
 Eugene Ludwig, Founder and Chief Executive Officer,
Promontory Financial Group
 Maya MacGuineas, President,
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
 David McCormick, Co-President and Member of the Management Committee,
Bridgewater Associates
Jim O’Neill, Chairman,
Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Peter Orszag, Vice-chairman of Global Banking,
Citigroup
 Samuel Palmisano, Former Chairman, President and Chief Executive,
IBM
 Karen Petrou, Managing Partner,
Federal Financial Analytics
 Vincent Reinhart, Managing Director and Chief US Economist,
Morgan Stanley
Charles Roxburgh, Director,
McKinsey Global Institute
 Robert Rubin, Co-chairman,
Council on Foreign Relations
 Shikha Sharma, Managing Director and Chief Executive,
Axis Bank
 Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former Member of the Executive Board,
European Central Bank
 Michael Spence, William R. Berkley Professor in Economics and Business,
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
 Joseph Stiglitz, University Professor,
Columbia University
, Co-c
hair, Columbia University’s Committee on
Global ThoughtLawrence Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot Professor,
Harvard University
 James Tisch, President and Chief Executive,
Loews Corporation
 Vijay Vaitheeswaran, China Business Editor,
The Economist
Zhou Yuan, Chief Strategic Officer,
China Investment Corporation
John Zhao, Chief Executive,
Hony Capital
Luigi Zingales, Robert C. McCormack Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance,
University of ChicagoBooth School of Business
 ProgrammeDay one
 –
Wednesday October 24
th
20121.00 pm Registration and refreshments1.45 pm Welcome remarksJohn Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, The Economist2.00 pm A grand bargain: What is possible in post-election America?Jared Bernstein, Senior Fellow,
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
 Glenn Hubbard, Dean,
Columbia Business School
, and Economic Adviser to Mitt RomneyMaya MacGuineas, President,
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
 
Moderator:
Greg Ip, US Economics Editor,
The Economist
2.30 pm The Bagehot LectureMohamed El-Erian, Chief Executive and Chief Investment Officer,
PIMCO
3.00 pm Global economic outlookThe global economy today and its prospects for the futureDavid McCormick, Co-President and Member of the Management Committee,
Bridgewater 
 
 
This programme agenda is subject to change. ©2012 The Economist Newspaper Limited.
Associates
Jim O’Neill, Chairman,
Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Moderator 
: Zanny Minton Beddoes, Economics Editor,
The Economist
3.45 pm Afternoon break4.15 pm A conversation about inequalityMartin Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics,
Harvard University
 Joseph Stiglitz, University Professor,
Columbia University,
Co-c
hair, Columbia University’s
Committee on Global Thought
Moderator 
: Matthew Bishop, US Business Editor and NY Bureau Chief,
The Economist
5.00 pm5.15 pmLeading Indicator Hold spot for breaking news5.45 pm Cocktail reception
Sponsored by RBC Capital Markets
7.00 pm8.30 pmThe Buttonwood Gathering dinner 
Sponsored by RBC Capital Markets
Featuring: At a crossroads: the many challenges facing AmericaDavid Cote, Chairman and Chief Executive,
Honeywell
 Kristin Forbes, Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Professor of Management and Global Economics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management
 Peter Orszag, Vice-chairman of Global Banking,
Citigroup
 Robert Rubin, Co-chairman,
Council on Foreign Relations
Moderator:
John Micklethwait, Editor-in-chief, The Economist9.30 pmEnd of day oneDay two
 –
Thursday October 25
th
20128.00 am Registration and refreshments8.45 am Opening remarks and recap of day one9.00 am The energy equation: the implications of the natural-gas and oil shale revolutionsKathleen Eisbrenner, Founder and Chief Executive,
NextDecade
 Marc Lipschultz, Global Head of Energy and Infrastructure
, KKR
 James Tisch, President and Chief Executive,
Loews Corporation
 

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