Sustainable, equitable growth is a priority for countries around the world. But what paths can they take to achieve it?
That question will be on everyone’s mind at next week’s Financial and Private Sector Development Forum (FPD Forum). From November 5-6, central bankers, private sector representatives, IGO leaders and other experts will be deliberating on issues that are crucial to economic growth and development. Competition policy, financial stability, youth employment in Africa, women's entrepreneurship, MSMEs in the Arab world and innovation as a developmental approach are just some of the topics on the agenda.
The forum will kick off on November 5, 9:30 a.m. (est) with Acumen Fund’s Jacqueline Novogratz’ keynote on how to invest for impact in a rapidly changing world. To tune into that session, and for more information on and live coverage of the forum’s other events, visit FPD Forum 2012.
We’ll be updating the PSD blog throughout next week with forum updates, so please continue to check back here. And don’t forget to join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #FPDforum.