Friday morning 18 November:
9h00 to 9h15: Welcome and presentation of the seminar.
9h15 to 10H00. The emergence of a multipolar world and the new face of imperialism. Speaker: Cedric Durand, France.
10h00 – 10h45: Debate.10H45- 11H15: The return of the food and energy crisis: structural problems and/or financial speculation? Speaker: Sean Thompson, UK.
11H15 – 12H00: Debate.
12h00 to 13h30 Lunch
13h30 to 14h30: The economic background of the political rebellion in North Africa and the Middle-East. Possible speakers: Adam Hanieh (UK).
14h30 to 14h45: Pause
14h45 to 15h30: Debate
15H30 to 15H45: Pause
15h45 to 16h45: The state of the economy in Latin America. Speaker, Claudio Katz (Argentina)
16H45 to 17H00: Pause.
17H to 18h00: Debate
Saturday morning, 19 November
9h00 to 9H30: Introduction to the special debate on Europe: new developments of the crisis in Europe: the debt trap. Speaker: Eric Toussaint, 30 minutes.
9h30-10h30: Exiting the Eurozone: a good or bad solution? Speakers, 20 minutes each: Costas Lapavitsas (UK), Michel Husson, Philippe Légé (France)
10h30 to 10H45: Pause
10h45 to 11h10: alternatives on the debt and fiscal crisis in Europe. Speaker Özlem Onaran (UK), 25 minutes.
11H10 to 12H30: debate.
12h30 to 14h00 Lunch
14H00 to 14H50: debate.
14h50 to 15h30: Conclusions on Europe: agreement, disagreements and proposals, Costas, Michel, Philippe, Eric and Özlem, 8 minutes each.
15H45 to 16H45: The state of the crisis in the USA. Joel Geier, ISO, (USA).
17h00 to 18h00: Debate
Sunday morning, 20 November
9h00 to 9H45: Presentation: The Chinese economy and its impact on world growth. Speaker: Jean Sanuk (France).
9h45 to 10h00: Pause.
10h00 to 10h45 Debate
10h45 to 11h30: The economic and political situation in South Africa. Speaker: Brian Ashley, South Africa, (to be confimed).
11h30 to 12h15: debate on Africa.
12H15-13H30: Lunch Sunday afternoon.
13H30 to 14H00: Closure of the seminar