Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Always BRI a continent's next border trust-flows ahead of crises in new media- hitler only needed the new media of audi-tape reorder ro propagate mayhem ; the riskiest kinds of politicians see media as a free lunch instead of the next crisis of the commones- they always risk destroying girls hold up half the sky- privatise new media and sex and g=drig loards vetsted intersts seize first movers networking advnatage

Only the english language can help europe mediate its wartorn history in time for
rest of world to celebrate it as Sustainability Goal Education partner; only the bbc (returned to the epopel free ownership not governmenets) can help seatch out true www  service media leading stories of next billion jobs of renewing planet and celebrating each other's ,ost locally diversified cultures and  win-win geotrades Eurasia Belts N>E>W>S & ... BRI.school MOOC

If Eurasia had been latitude 10 degree lower-
 there would have been no english empire destruction of silk road by taking over Eusasia's southern belth; the med sea 1500 most harmonious natiuons facing coastal belt would have been turned ionto a sea of refuigees; the maddening euroepan union wouldnt have pivoited around nort sea superports and landlocked swiss and luxemborg bankers and a norther Euro designed to maximise border risks

Barnier's poodle would never have existed not would balfour's ; if there had been any wars at all the only good ones would have been those where the defeated peoples agreed within a decade that the war had helped them save theor next generation and celebrate cultures of sustainbility and collaboration aligned round natures flows not man's walls

As Europe and the world's pioneer diaspora nation , its most dismal that Brussels and Berlin never understood the first principles of Adam Smith hi-trust economics 1758, the real meaning of free trde advantage of nations 1776 let alone the english commonwealth economic conflict mapping of James Wilson, Queen Victoria and Royal Bagehot - what royal failies that are left should unify with Franciscans including Metoo Clares and take down Brussel Sprouts and Strasbourg Sucks. As the father of the 1000 times fasetr connecting age of telecompiting Jon Von Neumann said macroeconomists have not yet begun to be "scientists"; they never top line the hypotheses on which their system designs compound- thereby they are our next generation's worst enemy, our species irreversible risk

Monday, January 1, 2018

Rome stages #1 western world record job creator 2018 Pope Francis

Friday, December 22, 2017

ciriec  1 2 to stage one of europe's most interesting summits of relevance to worldwide community-designed economies

May 30, 2018

17:00 – 19:00
Welcome of participants and handing out of Congress bags at the Palais des Congrès de Liège
19:00
INAUGURATION OF THE CONGRESS & WELCOME COCKTAIL – Palais Provincial de Liège
  • Paul-Émile MOTTARD, President and Provincial representative of Liège
  • Leona DETIÈGE, President of CIRIEC-Belgium
  • Albert CORHAY, Rector of the University of Liège
  • Alain ARNAUD, President of CIRIEC

May 31, 2018

08:00 – 9:00
09:00 – 10:45
Welcome coffee
OPENING SESSION
Chair: Alain ARNAUD, President of CIRIEC
  • Willy DEMEYER, Mayor of the city of Liège, President of the Liège Port Authority
  • Kris PEETERS, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Employment, Economy and Consumer Affairs, in charge of Foreign Trade (Belgium)
  • Oliver PAASCH, Minister-President of the German speaking Community of Belgium
  • Jean-Claude MARCOURT, Vice-President and Minister for Higher Education, Research and Media of the French Community,  Federation Wallonia-Brussels
  • José VIEIRA DA SILVA, Minister of  Labor, Solidarity and Social Security (Portugal) (to be confirmed)
  • Fátima BÁÑEZ, Minister of Employment and Social Security (Spain) (to be confirmed)
  • Message from Elżbieta BIEŃKOWSKA, European Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (to be confirmed)
10:45 – 11:15
Coffee-break
11:15 – 12:00
PLENARY SESSION 1
Chair : Jacques FOURNIER, Honorary President of the France’s national rail operator SNCF and Gaz de France (GDF); Honorary President of CIRIEC-France
« The Public Investment, Spearhead of the Digital Development in the Service of the Community »
  • Digitization of Local Public Services in Rural Environments in Japan: Perspectives and Challenges by Munenori NOMURA, Professor at Kwansei Gakuin University (Japan)
  • Information technology – The Nervous System of the Smart City by Ulrike HUEMER, Chief Information Officer in charge of the digital, City of Vienna  (Austria)
12:00 – 13:00
PLENARY SESSION 2
Chair : Hilde VERNAILLEN,  President of The International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF),  Chairman of the Management Committee at P&V Group (Belgium)
« Digital Innovation and Enterprise Development »
  • When Cooperatives encounter Digital Revolution in China by Haibo LI, CEO – Founder of Bihu Technology Co., Ltd (China)
  • Theme to be announced by Rémi QUIRION, Chief Scientist of Québec (Canada)
  • Development of ‘Apps’ for the optimization of commercial networks between peasants and citizens: the Colombian experience by Rafael GONZÁLEZ, Director of the Special Administrative Unit of Solidarity Organizations (Colombia)
13:00 – 14:30
Lunch
14:30 – 16:00
WORKSHOP A:
Collaborative Economy and Cooperative Platforms
Animator: José Luis MONZÓN CAMPOS, Executive Director of CIRIEC-España; President of the Scientific Commission of CIRIEC-España
  • Collaborative economy and cooperative model by Jacques DEBRY, Managing Director of Febecoop (Belgium)
  • The blockchains: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Louis MARTIN, Professor at Université du Québec in Montréal (UQAM) (Canada)
  • N… by Social Economy Europe (to be confirmed)
WORKSHOP B:
The Health Sector in the Digital Revolution
Animator: N…
  • Home care: digital evolutions and the challenges of reorganizing hospital care by Julien COMPÈRE, Managing Director of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) of Liège (Belgium)
  • Digital Revolution, Revolution or Evolution for Health Mutual? New roles, new challenges by Alain COHEUR, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC); Director of European and International Affairs at the National Union of Socialist Mutual Health Funds (UNMS)/Solidaris (Belgium)
  • Issues of the digital healthcare by Jean-Marie FESSLER, Associate Professor at Stanford University, Former Advisor to the President of the General Mutual for National Education Service (MGEN) (France)
WORKSHOP C:
The Water, Gas and Electricity Sectors in the Digital Revolution
Animator: Heidrun MAIER-DE KRUIJFF, Secretary General of VÖWG – CIRIEC-Austria
  • Digitalization – chances and challenges of interconnecting water technology and administrative systems in water management
    by Robert HOLLÄNDER, Professor at Universität Leipzig (Germany)
  • From smart meters to big data – how public water operators’ mission is evolving in light of the digital revolution by  Milo FIASCONARO, Executive Director of Aqua Publica Europea
  • Smart meters and mission of public service (RUE, social missions, …) par N…, Eandis (Belgique)
16:00 – 16:30
Coffee-break
16:30 – 17:30
WORKSHOP D:
The Development of the Social Economy within the framework of the Digital Revolution
Animator: Jorge DE SÁ, President of CIRIEC-Portugal
  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the Social Economy by Marietta BUCHELI GÓMEZ, Director of the Institute of Rural Studies at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia)
  • Digital development, what are the challenges for the SEE? by José Pablo PUZINO, President of IAIES – CIRIEC-Argentina
  • Analyses : issues of the ICTs on the SEE by Adoración MOZAS MORAL, Professor at Universidad de Jaén; President of CIRIEC-España
WORKSHOP E:
The Digital Revolution and the Transformation of the Social Relations
Animator: Rainer PLAßMANN, Director of personnel and of local public services policies of the Stadtwerke Köln GmbH Holding Company (Germany)
  • Theme to be announced by N…by Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund or  IG Metall(Germany) (to be confirmed)
  • Digitalisation and its impact on labour relations by Pavlos KALOSINATOS, Director General of the Cyprus Labor Institute (INEK-PEO) (Cyprus)
  • Theme to be announced by Marc CHENAIS, President of Technologia (France)
18:30
19:30
Shuttles’ departure from the Liège Congress Center and hotels
GALA DINNER at the Cristallerie du Val Saint-Lambert and visit of the museum (Seraing)

June 1, 2018

09:30 – 10:45
PLENARY SESSION 3
Chair: Léopold BEAULIEU, President and CEO of FondAction (Development Fund for Cooperation and Employment of the Confederation of National Trade Unions (CNTU); President of CIRIEC-Canada
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: WHICH SOLUTIONS TO OFFER TO PUBLIC AND SOCIAL ECONOMY ORGANIZATIONS
  • Digital initiatives for the citizen by Pascal LAFFINEUR, CEO of NRB (Belgium)
  • If it’s Digital, it will be Cognitive by Koen DE LAET, Vice-President of IBM – Global Technology Services – Strategic Sales Europe
  • The Public Sector as Operator of Digital Infrastructure – supporting mobility in Vienna by Gerald STÖCKL, Head of Business of Upstream, Vienna (Austria)
ISSUES OF THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION. BETWEEN GPDR AND CYBERATTACK: GADGET, THREAT OR OPPORTUNITY? ELEMENTS OF RESPONSE THROUGH THE INSIGHT OF AN INSURER
by Patricia CORDONNIER, Solution Sales Cyber Security at Sogeti (Belgium) & Valerie KRIESCHER, Head of Underwritting at Ethias (Belgium)
10:45 – 11:15
Coffee-break
11:15 – 12:30
PLENARY SESSION 4
Chair: Koen ALBREGTS, Ex-Secretary of ACW (Algemeen Christelijk Werknemersverbond)-Limburg (Confederation of Christian Trade Unions) (Belgium)
ROUND TABLE on “THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION IN THE SERVICE OF ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY AND THE CITIZEN”
With the interventions of:
  • Dorothea GREILING, Professor at Johannes Kepler Universität Linz (Autstria)
  • Jean-Marc MONTEIL, Inter-ministerial Delegate for Education and Digital, Ex Rector,  Former Director General of Higher Education (France)
  • Jane LETHBRIDGE, Professor at University of Greenwich, (United Kingdom)
  • N…,  Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) (Tunisia)
12:30 – 13:00
Intervention of Willy BORSUS, Minister-President of the Walloon Government
13:00 – 13:30
CLOSING SESSION 
Chair: Alain ARNAUD, President of CIRIEC
13:30
Walking Lunch

Thursday, December 21, 2017

bureaucrats eu disgrace of monnet's goals & -subprime bankruptcy blackmailed spain - eu bosses resign : barcelona voted most entrepreneurial culturally trusted city europe 2003 europonzi scheme

notes to friends of china belt road
invest in barcelona as superport
ask queen sofia to explain whose side she is on after 20 years supporting micro up
lahoy should demand top bosses in eu fall on their swords at smae time as he does
rome should support barcelona reciprocating many times barceleona has helped rome

eu should explain its crimes against youth and humanity in ukraine, in greece, in sicily; its relationships with swiss and luxembourg as secret banking space

macron needs to decide what the word entrepreneur stands for - if he continues to support big bosses of eu then he is destroying the french languages future 2018 is 50th year of entrepreneurial revolution being the exact opposite of big eu and the only way youth will have a chance of being the sustainability generation

its time english speaking people and open societies filed a suit for 50 billion dollar damages against the top 10 bureaucrats in brussels if they are not gone within 30 days

lets get back to publishing the world top 100 job creators

Tuesday, December 12, 2017


Macron with un and world bank (and greenies bloomberg and schwarzengger) hosts another climate summit today; 18 economists sign greenwash editorial; soros ineteconomics only one to explore how brussels consensus classic political chincanery of old industrial age and ponzi schemes of elders - see pope francis speech; border policies maximis risks except for those behind germany's euro firewall; region 5 and 6 are most conflicted when it comes to every transformative new banking model of belt road- whats interesting is who macron negotiates with
wise @ qatar wise @ accra wise @UN wise @ paris are 4 win-win learning rejuvenation economies that wise @ beijing is celebrating with nov 2018 to march 2019; canada's trudeau appears to value big data small technologists linking in a parallel orbit; eerie similarity between inner circles of dc's congress and brussels hq- as we should know by now youth economies of sustainability generation will be led by supercity / state governors ; one standard macro policy isnt the human future post-industrial 4 has a bats chance in hell of ending poverty, going green or celebrating big data small  world trade platforms with
references green  big bang club s along  belt road maps
macron 30 million dollar fund attracts  18 us climate scientists now and  2 more next year see also tech climate