Emerging Markets Symposium

The Emerging Markets Symposium was created in 2008 to address problems of human welfare in emerging markets.

The Symposium:

  • emphasizes conversations rather than presentations;
  • facilitates conversations by limiting participation to 50 invitees;
  • makes the most of their expertise by requiring all of them to contribute to the agenda and introduce or chair at least one session;
  • promotes reflection by setting each symposium in the seclusion of Egrove Park, Oxford;
  • encourages candour by enforcing the Chatham House Rule and excluding the press and media from all sessions;
  • promotes implementation of findings and recommendations through comprehensive strategies of dissemination, communications and policy dialogue.

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