2017

19 May
“Australia’s Future”, Gold Coast

16 May
“Our Age Of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance”, University of Melbourne

15 May
“Our Age Of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance”, University of Sydney

12 May
“Manufacturing and Trade in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and 3D Printing”, Barcelona

10 May
“Systemic Risk in Banking” – South African Reserve Bank, Pretoria

4 May
“Divided Nations: Governance in the 21st Century”, IMF, Washington

3 May
“The Butterfly Defect: Globalisation and Systemic Risk”, IMF, Washington

3 May
“Stopping the Next Financial Crisis”, IMF, Washington

3 May
“The Future of Development”, World Bank, Washington

28 Apr
“Innovation: Where, What, Why and When?”, Chicago

26 Apr
“The Future of Movement, Travel and Tourism”, Bangkok

20 Apr
“African Youth and African Opportunity”, Cape Town

19 Apr
“Africa’s Future”, Stellenbosch University

6 Apr
“Economic and Technological Trends”, Majorca

4 Apr
“Energy Futures”, London

27 Mar
“Technological Disruption: The Impact on Business and Society”, Oxford University

26 Mar
“Our New Renaissance: Hope in an Uncertain Age”, Oxford University

25 Mar
“The Banking Crisis and How It Changed the World”, Oxford University

22 Mar
“Valuing Natural Resources and Managing Our Global Commons”, Vatican, Rome

10 Mar
“The Future of Africa: Perspective on a changing world”, University of Cape Town

16 Feb
“Globalisation, Protectionism and Extremism”, Johannesburg

15 Feb
“Age of Discovery”, Book Lounge, Cape Town

10 Feb
“Policies and Drivers for an Inclusive Sustainable World”, Cape Town

8 Feb
“The World in 2030”, London

6 Feb
“New Thinking – Age of Discovery”, Waterstones, Oxford

15 Jan
“Forward!: A Talk on Opportunities and Chances”, DLD Forum, Munich

2016

8 Dec
“Making Sense” – BBC, London

7 Dec
“Fact and Fiction in a Time of Tumultuous Change” – London

29 Nov
“Infrastructure and Energy for Future Needs” – Oxford

28 Nov
“Fixing Globalisation” – OECD Strategy Group Ministerial, Paris

22 Nov
“Economic Growth, Social Change and Ideas” – MIT

21 Nov
“The Promises and Perils of our New Renaissance” – Harvard Kennedy School

18 Nov
“Agency, Prospering, Progress and the Working Class” – Columbia University, New York

17 Nov
“Age of Discovery” – Columbia University, New York

16 Nov
“Growth and Inclusion in the USA” – White House, Washington

14 Nov
“Development: What We Do and Don’t Know” – Harvard Kennedy School

10 Nov
“The Future of Europe” – Barcelona

2 Nov
“The Future of Energy” – London

28 Oct
“Age of Discovery” – Göttingen Literature Festival

26 Oct
“The Future of Shipping” – Copenhagen

20 Oct
“The Future of Professions” – Phoenix

19 Oct
“Why It, And Comic Relief, Matters” – London

18 Oct
“The Future of Cities and Infrastructure” – Oxford

17 Oct
“The Future of Publishing” – Oxford

14 Oct
“Shock, Surprise and Strategy” – Prague

13 Oct
“Financial Markets, Risks and Economic Prospects” – Vienna

11 Oct
“Renaissance Lessons from Florence” – European University Institute, Florence

7 Oct
“Development: What Have We Learnt” – Treasury, London

6 Oct
“The Global Economy – Now, Next Year and in 2025” – Edinburgh

30 Sept
“Canada in 2030” – Banff

27 Sept
“What’s New, What’s Old, What Matters” – Madrid

26 Sept
“Accelerating Change” – Oxford

25 Sept
“Meeting Future Challenges” – Oman

22 Sept
“The Private Sector and Development” – Amsterdam

19 Sept
“Managing Systemic Risk” – London

13 Sept
“Leadership in a Time of Turmoil” – Oxford

10 Sept
“A New Agenda for Inclusive Globalisation” – Genval, Belgium

2 Sept
“Reacting To Change: Big Data and Judgement” – Milan

29 Aug
“The Pursuit of Development”, Edinburgh Festival

29 Aug
“The Age of Discovery”, Edinburgh Festival

17 Jun
“The Age of Discovery”, Venice

13 Jun
“The Age of Discovery”, London

07 Jun
“The Pursuit of Development”, Second Home, London

28 May
“The Age of Discovery”, Hay Literary Festival

24 May
“The Age of Discovery”, Oxford

19 May
“The Age of Discovery”, London

18 May
“The New Renaissance”, Bletchley Park

16 May
“The Pursuit of Development”, Oxford

13 May
“What’s Next?”, Barcelona

12 May
“Looking into the Future – The World in the Next 25 Years”, London

11 May
“The Future of Emerging Markets”,

03 May
“Going Global”, British Council, Cape Town

28 Apr
“Change for Good”, Necker, BVI

27 Apr
“The Future of Europe” Future of Europe Conference, Oxford

20 Apr
“Leading Change: The Risk & People Issues of the New Golden Age”,

12 Apr
“Future Consumers”, Hong Kong

08 Apr
“The Pursuit of Development”, Oxford Literary Festival

07 Apr
“The Age of Discovery”, Oxford Literary Festival

05 Apr
“Refugees and Responsibility”, Oxford Martin School Round Table on Refugee Crisis

21 Mar
“Globalisation and Security”, MOD Shrivenham

18 Mar
“Managing New Risks”, Address at the President’s Mansion House Lunch, Insurance Institute of London, London

17 Mar
“21st Century Health Challenges: the Role of Research”, Board of UK Collaborative on Development Sciences, Wellcome Trust, London

11 Mar
“Europe at the Crossroads: Challenges and Chances of the Refugee Crisis”, Berlin

07 Mar
“The future of Europe: competitiveness, people and governance challenges”, EPSC Seminar, Brussels

01 Mar
“Rising to meet the new global challenges.”, London

19 Feb
“The Future of Education”, Universities UK Members Meeting, London

17 Feb
“Innovation in the 21st Century”, London

09 Feb
“The Butterfly Defect”, London

04 Feb
“Global Economic Prospects”, Business Leaders Summit, London

20 Jan
“Age of Discovery”, World Economic Forum, Davos.

13 Jan
“Our Common Future”, Chile

2015

03 Dec
“The Future of Education”, Berlin

25 Nov
“The Future of the Commonwealth”, Commonwealth Heads of State Meeting, Malta

19 Nov
“Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”, Google Think Event, Madrid

12 Nov
“Today for the future: addressing the barriers to long-term investment”, London

09 Nov
“Capitalism and Innovation in the West”, Centre on Capitalism and Society, Columbia University

05 Nov
“The New Renaissance: Navigating our Global Future”, TedX, London

27 Oct
FT “Globalisation and Systemic Risk”, Private Equity in Emerging Markets 2015, London

26 Oct
“Global Migration Crisis — What is to be done” Panel Discussion, Oxford

15 Oct
“Building Resilience Against Systemic Risks”,How To Academy, London

13 Oct
“Globalisation – A World of Difference”, Kalamata, Greece

28 Sep
“The Big Issue: How can we sustain our Planet’s Future?” , Names Not Numbers, Oxford

21 Sep
“Preparing for the Long-Term”, SBS, Oxford

20 Sep
“Insights from the Oxford Martin School”, Oxford Alumni Weekend

19 Sep
“The Old are Unfair to the Young”, Oxford Alumni Weekend

18 Sep
“The Next Financial Crisis”, IMF, Washington DC

02 Sep
“Prepare for Change”, Tutu Leadership Fellowship Programme, Oxford

05 Aug
“Asia in the 21st Century”, Shanghai Jiaotong Overseas Education College, Oxford

17 Jul
“Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped Our World and Will Define Our Future”, Chautauqua Institution

14 Jul
“The Future of Power”, Rolls Royce, Oxford

14 Jul
“Future Imperfect”, BMW, Oxford

09 Jul
“Investment in a Carbon-Constrained World”, National Assembleé, Paris

06 Jul
“Leaders for the Future”, WEF Young Global Leaders, Oxford

01 Jul
“The Future of Global Governance”, Jindal Summer School, Oxford

26 Jun
“Leadership for Change”, The Next Decade, Virgin, London

25 Jun
“Big Ideas for Small Business”, G-20 SME Finance Forum, London

22 Jun
“Mexico’s Future”, Conference Tecnologico de Monterrey

20 Jun
“Canada in 2050”, Vancouver

15 Jun
“The World without Borders”, London

11 Jun
“Restless Futures”, London

05 Jun
“Meeting Local Priorities”, ACCE Spring Conference, Eynsham

22 May
“Exceptional People”, Oxford Africa Conference

15 May
“New Risks, New Insurance”, European Insurance Forum, Dublin

12 May
“Innovation and Technological Change”, New York

10 May
Google Zeitgeist, Hertford

06 May
“Business as an agent for Change”, Oslo

30 Apr
“Technology and Society”, Dallas

24 Apr
“Investing for the Long Term”, London

17 Apr
“The rules of globalization”, OECD, Paris

17 Apr
“NAEC – The Butterfly Defect: Globalisation, Complexity and Lessons from the Financial Crisis“, OECD Paris

15 Apr
”Globalisation and its impact on stability, security and prosperity”, MOD Shrivenham

13 Apr
“Long Term Investing”, Oslo

10 Apr
“Stopping Climate Change”, Progressives for Climate, Paris

29 Mar
Oxford Literary Festival roundtable discussion: “Future of Africa”, Oxford

27 Mar
“Divided Nations”, Magdalen College School, Oxford

26 Mar
“Mexico’s Prospects: Economics, Health and Development”, Mexico City

05 Mar
“The Future of Work”, The WorldPost Future Series, London

04 Feb
“Demography and Economics”, London

03 Feb
“Inclusive Capitalism”, London

03 Feb
“The Butterfly Defect”, LSE, London

26 Jan
“The Future of Philanthropy”, Monaco

23 Jan
“Global Commons”, Oxford Ideas Lab, World Economic Forum, Davos

16 Jan
“Global Shifts and Shocks”, St Moritz

2014

02 Dec
“16 Ways to Change the World”, Royal Institution, London

28 Nov
“Divided Nations”, United Nations Association, Oxford Martin School, Oxford

26 Nov
“External and Internal Risk Management in the Financial Industry”, IESE Business School Challenges for the Future of Banking, London

18 Nov
“Is the Planet Full?”, Oxford Martin School, Oxford

17 Nov
“The Global Health Economy and the Future” FT Global Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Conference, London

13 Nov
“Immigration and UK Economic Growth”, British Academy debate on Immigration, London

12 Nov
“Divided Nations:why global governance is failing”, London

12 Nov
“Systemic Risk in the 21st Century”, Amlin and Oxford Martin School conference, London

10 Nov
“Future Opportunities and Risk”, Said Business School, Oxford

10 Nov
“The Butterfly Defect”, Oxford Martin School, Oxford

05 Nov
“Future Trends: Opportunities and Risks”, UNICEF Advocacy Workshop, London

05 Nov
“The World in 2030: Megatrends and the Consequences for Google”, Google, London

28 Oct
“Future Trends: Implications for Eastern Europe”, EBRD, London

17 Oct
“Environmental Challenges and their Management”, School of Environmental Change and Management, Oxford

13 Oct
“Is the Planet Full?”, Minneapolis

10 Oct
“The Future of Europe”, Luxembourg

08 Oct
“Future Opportunities, Future Shocks”, Global Perspectives, Citi, London

07 Oct
“Transport Systems for 21st Century”, Oxford

29 Sep
“New Risk Management”, Milan

25 Sep
“Overcoming Short-Termism”, Annual Forum, Istanbul

23 Sep
“New Academic Research in Risk Management”, Risk Minds and Regulation, Barcelona

22 Sep
“Resilience against Risk”, Oxford

15 Sep
“Managing for the Future”, Global Executive Programme, SBS, Oxford

15 Sep
“What does Science teach us?”, World50 at the Oxford Martin School

11 Sep
“What can we learn from nature to innovate for a sustainable future?”, Oxford Ideas Lab, World Economic Forum, Tianjin

09 Sep
“The Butterfly Defect”, Chatham House, London

06 Sep
“Now for the Long Term”, Ambrosettii Villa d’Este Forum, Lake Como

24 Aug
“Globalisation for Richer or for Poorer”, Edinburgh Literary Festival

11 Aug
“China: the next 20 years”, Oxford

10 Aug
“Is the Planet Full?”, Wilderness Festival

09 Aug
State of the Nation panel, Wilderness Festival

22 Jul
“Innovation: Speeding Up or Slowing Down?”, Oxford

21 Jul
“Global Problems: Is Economics Fit for Purpose”, University of Cape Town

15 Jul
“Economic Prospects for Emerging Markets”, Oxford

11 Jul
“Why Global Governance is Failing and What we Can do about it”, Jindal Global University – University of Oxford Summer School in International Law and Global Governance

10 Jul
“Now for the Long Term” Oxford Martin Commission for Future Generations presentation, France Strategie, Paris

09 Jul
“The Butterfly Defect”, House of Commons, London

08 Jul
“Navigating the 21st Century: Opportunities and Risks”, Oxford

06 Jul
“Is Globalization Sustainable?”, Rencontres Economiqes d’Aix-en-Provence, Aix en Provence

02 Jul
“Future Generations”, World Economic Forum of Young Global Leaders, Oxford

01 Jul
“The Butterfly Defect”, Conference on Disaster Reduction and Recovery, London

24 Jun
“The Future of Financial Services”, Monaco

23 Jun
“The Butterfly Defect”, Cambridge Risk Summit, Cambridge

18 Jun
“Meeting Global Challenges with Interdisciplinary Research”, Peking University’s President Wang and visitors, Oxford

16 Jun
“Navigating the 21st Century: Opportunities and Risks”, Oxford

16 Jun
“Key Problems of the 21st Century”, Oxford

13 Jun
“Individual Choice, Collective Responsibility”, Amsterdam

06 Jun
“Governing the Commons”, Princeton-Oxford Conference on Global Governance, Oxford

04 Jun
“The Future of Europe”, Montreux

02 Jun
“Divided Nations”, Department of Politics, Oxford

31 May
“Systemic Risk”, G30 Summit, Versailles

25 May
“The Butterfly Defect”, Hay Literary Festival

24 May
“Is the Planet Full?”, Hay Literary Festival

23 May
Keynote speech: “Individual and Collective Wisdom and Failure”, Science Museums of Europe Annual Conference, The Hague

21 May
“The global economy – where next?”, London

20 May
“The Butterfly Defect”, London

19 May
“The Butterfly Defect”, Economics Society, Oxford

15 May
“The Butterfly Defect”, Oxford Alumni North America, New York

06 May
“Globalization: Future Opportunities and Risks for Investors”, Copenhagen

02 May
“Globalization for Development: Meeting New Challenges”, Abingdon School

30 Apr
“Technology and Society”, Trondheim, Norway

14 Apr
“Now for the Long Term”, Oxford
11 Apr
“The Promise of Better Governance”, Skoll Forum Oxford

08 Apr
“Uncertainty Rules the Day”, Enterprise 50, London

07 Apr
“Shape Your Future”, Skoll Scholar Summit, Oxford

28 Mar
“Is the Planet Full?”, Oxford Literary Festival, Oxford

27 Mar
“The Butterfly Defect”, Oxford Literary Festival, Oxford

27 Mar
“What Research is needed to achieve sustainable development goals?”, Annual Global Health Symposium, Royal College of Medicine, London

0 Mar
“Growing with Instability: Managing Globalization and Sytemic Risk”, British Academy-CASS Workshop, Beijing

18 Mar
“Technology and Society: A Tribute to James Martin”, Real Time Club, London

17 Mar
“Future Challenges and Opportunities for Leaders”, Oxford Leadership Advantage Programme, Oxford

12 Mar
“Individual Choice, Collective Responsibility”, Necker Meets Oxford, Necker Island

27 Feb
“Is Globalisation Bad?”, Blackwells, Oxford

26 Feb
“Now for the Long Term”, UCL, London

25 Feb
“Now for the Long Term”, European Policy Centre, Brussels

13 Feb
“Managing Global Challenges”, Balliol College, Oxford

12 Feb
“Systemic Risk”, Lloyds of London, London

11 Feb
“The Butterfly Defect”, Amlin-OMS Conference on Systemic Risk, Oxford

06 Feb
“Globalisation and Systemic Risk”, Chicago

04 Feb
“Humanity at the Crossroads”, Leaders Forum, Said Business School, Oxford

23 Jan
“Human and Machines: A Changing Relationship”, World Economic Forum, Davos

17 Jan
“21st Century Drivers of Change”, Oxford

09 Jan
“Systemic Risk”, Surrey

2013

12 Dec
“Turkey in the 21st Century”, Istanbul

29 Nov
“The Global Governance of International Migration: What Next?”, Natural History Museum, Oxford

19 Nov
“Future Opportunities and Risk”, Oxford

15 Nov
“Sustainable Growth”, Oxford

13 Nov
“The Future of Finance”, Cliveden

12 Nov
“The Internet of Things”, Machine to Machine World Forum, London

07 Nov
“Where is the World Going?”, Oxford

06 Nov
“Trends and Talent”, New York

05 Nov
“Now for the Long Term”, Oxford Martin Commission for Future Generations, Brookings Institution, Washington DC

28 Oct
“Economics, Politics and Africa’s Future”, House of Lords, London

24 Oct
“Managing Global Challenges”, Oxford Martin School Seminar Series

17 Oct
“Capital Markets and Systemic Risk”, London

16 Oct
“Now for the Long Term”, Launch of the Oxford Martin Commission for Future Generations, London

15 Oct
“The Future of Transition Economies and Capital Markets”, EBRD Board strategy session, London

12 Oct
“Making your Future”, TEDxASL, London

03 Oct
Speech at UN High Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development, New York

28 Sep
“Divided Nations”, FutureFest, NESTA, London

21 Sep
“Divided Nations”, Oxford Alumni Weekend, Oxford

19 Sep
“Research for Development”, UN Leadership Council for Sustainable Development, New York, USA

17 Sep
“The Future of Finance: Implications for the IMF”, IMF Board Retreat, Middleburgh, Virginia, USA

12 Sep
“Individual Rationality and Collective Failure”, World Economic Forum, Dalian, China

04 Sep
“Global Drivers of Change”, Interlaken

18 Aug
“Can we trust the Economists?” panel discussion, Edinburgh International Book Festival

17 Aug
“Divided Nations”, Edinburgh International Book Fair

10 Aug
“The New Renaissance”, Wilderness Festival

20 Jun
“Globalising for Development – where is the world going?”, Banff

18 Jun
“Divided Nations”, Overseas Development Institute, London

18 Jun
“21st Century Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford

17 Jun
“Addressing New Global Challenges”, HMG, Heads of Analysis Conference, London

07 Jun
“Capital”, Zamyn Global Forum, London

03 Jun
“Managing the Challenges of the 21st Century”, Said Business School, Oxford

29 May
“The Future e-Government Leader”, Leading the way in e-Government development, Helsinki

27 May
“Divided Nations”, Hay Literary Festival

25 May
“A Changing World: Redrawing the Map”, Royal Colloqium, Abisko, Sweden

20 May
“Future Opportunities and Risk”, Oxford Strategic Leadership Programme, Oxford

15 May
“Comic Relief: Future Challenges”, Comic Relief Trustee Board, London

10 May
“Divided Nations”, Cooper Union Public Lecture, New York

10 May
“Divided Nations”, United Nations, New York

09 May
UN Expert Panel on Intergenerational Solidarity, New York

09 May
“Investing for the Future”, New York

06 May
“Divided Nations”, Washington DC

25 Apr
“Divided Nations”, Oxford

23 Apr
“Exceptional People”, Oxford

22 Apr
“21st Century Choices Today for Tomorrow”, Oxford

19 Apr
“Scotland’s Choices in a Changing World”, Edinburgh

18 Apr
“Scotland’s Future”, Edinburgh

17 Apr
“Ready for the global Shift”, Lucerne, Switzerland

09 Apr
“The Future”, Abu Dhabi

26 Mar
“China and the World”, State Guesthouse, Beijing

20 Mar
“Divided Nations: Why global governance is failing and what we can do about it”, London School of Economics

18 Mar
“Bright Ideas” Names Not Numbers, Aldeburgh

16 Mar
“Divided Nations”, Oxford Literary Festival

16 Mar
“Where will we be in 2050?”, Oxford Literary Festival

05 Mar
“The new and emerging risk landscape: forecasting patterns, trends and hotspots”, Chartered Insurance Institute, London

05 Feb
“Our Global Future”, Necker Island

24 Jan
“From Systemic Risk to Systemic Opportunities”, Oxford Ideas Lab, World Economic Forum, Davos

21 Jan
“The World in 2020”, Naples, Florida

18 Jan
“Dealing with or Overcoming Complexity”, ETH Seminar Series, Zurich

17 Jan
“2013 “Pre-Davos” Predictions”, Financial Times, London

08 Jan
“Future Global Shocks and Opportunities”, London

2012

10 Dec
“A Mobile Renaissance”, Tate Modern, London
05 Dec
“Mind the Gap: Managing Globalisation”, Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture, Warwick University
03 Dec
“Globalisation and Sustainable Growth”, Rhodes House, Oxford
29 Nov
“Globalisation and Sustainable Growth”, Said Business School, Oxford
16 Nov
“New Management Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
15 Nov
“Economics and Society”, Magdalen College School, Oxford
05 Nov
“China in the 21st Century”, Said Business School, Oxford
25 Oct
“The Financial Crisis: Why, What Next?”, Oxford University
22 Oct
“Structural Change”, Oxford University
17 Oct
“Executive Challenges”, Oxford University
16 Oct
“Divided Nations: Global Governance”, Chevening Programme, Oxford
10 Oct
“The Future of Mobility”, Oxford University
06 Oct
“Extraordinary Times”, Future Leaders Summit, London
03 Oct
“Extraordinary Times: Meeting the Challenge”, New York
02 Oct
“Future Opportunities, Future Surprises for CEOs”, New York
01 Oct
“Finance, Trade, Aid, Migration and Ideas – Introduction to Microeconomics of Development”, Sciences Po, Paris
28 Sep
“Hyperconnectivity: New Governance Challenges”, Princeton University
27 Sep
“Future Now”, Magdalen College School, Oxford
25 Sep
“Africa in 2020: What Investment Opportunities?”, Nairobi
21 Sep
“Bear Hug: Embracing the Future”, Banff, Canada
22 Aug
“21st Century Challenges”, Oxford University
25 Jun
“Future Challenges”, Oxford
25 Jun
“Challenges of the 21st Century”, Oxford University
22 Jun
“Environmental change and Migration: methods and methodologies”, Oxford
15 Jun
“21st Century Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
14 Jun
“The future – opportunities and risks for finance”, London
11 Jun
Migration: Creating Networks for Business, Politics and Growth, Chatham House, London
11 Jun
“21st Century Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
30 May
Versus Europe Debate: Austerity is not the Answer, Intelligence Squared on-line debate
24 May
“21st Century Challenges”, Oxford
24 May
“Philanthropy for our Time”, Comic Relief/ Gates Foundation, London
23 May
“Shapers of the Future: Macro, Micro, Material”, Syon Park, Middlesex
22 May
“The Squeezed and Emerging Middle Classes”, 2012 OECD Forum, Paris
14 May
“Future Opportunities & Risks”, Said Business School, Oxford
11 May
“New Management Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
09 May
“The Future of Globalisation and Global Governance”, Vienna, Austria
08 May
“Uncertainty Rules the Day”, Munich, Germany
03 May
“2020: Resources, Food, Risk, Sustainability”, Johannesburg, South Africa
25 Apr
“21st Century Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
19 Apr
“Roadmap for the Future: Trends that Shape Business”, Berlin, Germany
17 Apr
“Global Challenges for India”, Chevening Parliamentarians, Oxford
30 Mar
“Global Catastrophic Risk and Threats to the Global Commons”, Skoll World Forum 2012, Oxford
26 Mar
“Decent Jobs for All: Why and How”, ILO Governing Body, Geneva, Switzerland
24 Mar
“Science and Future: Uncertain Futures”, Sunday Times Oxford LIterary Festival, Oxford
20 Mar
“Globalization and Systemic Risk: Lessons from the Financial Crisis”, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
19 Mar
“Risk in the 21st Century”, Oxford Leadership Advantage Programme, Said Business School, Oxford
05 Mar
“Future Geo-Political, Technological, Social and Economic Trends”, Berlin, Germany
28 Feb
“A Strategy for Development”, The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris
24 Feb
“The Future of Globalisation, Development & Systemic Risk”, University College London
08 Feb
“Surprising Futures”, Said Business School
07 Feb
“Where Are We Heading?”, Oxford
06 Feb
“Globalisation for Development”- Skype interview, University of Waterloo, Canada
26 Jan
“Hyperconnectivity – Harvesting Globalisation and Limiting Systemic Risk”, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland
12 Jan
“Global Megatrends: Implications”, Hong Kong

2011

13 Dec
“The Future of Economy and Society”, Dublin, Ireland
12 Dec
“Crisis and Contagion”, Cork, Ireland
06 Dec
“Migration and Economic Growth”, International Organisation for Migration, Geneva
21 Nov
“Exceptional People”, The Hague
20 Nov
“Globalisation and Africa”, Balliol College, Oxford
18 Nov
“Ideas and Globalisation”, Sciences Po, Paris
16 Nov
“Aid and Migration”, Sciences Po, Paris
14 Nov
“Future Opportunities and Risk”, Egrove Park, Oxford
11 Nov
“New Management Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
09 Nov
“Migration: Perspectives for Policy”, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford
07 Nov
“Sustainable Growth”, Webinar
07 Nov
“21st Century Challenges”, Jesus College, Oxford
01 Nov
“Systemic Risk and Globalisation: Lessons from the Financial Crisis”, World Economic Forum, Oxford
31 Oct
“Future Opportunities, Global Shocks”, Rhodes House, Oxford
26 Oct
“The Future Economy”, Barcelona, Spain
24 Oct
“Leaders’ Challenges”, Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme, Oxford
19 Oct
“Global Shifts and Discontinuities”, International Risk Assessment and Horizon Scanning Symposium, Singapore
14 Oct
“China’s Challenges”, China Construction Bank, Oxford
06 Oct
“Your Future”, Waynflete Scholars, Magdalen College School
27 Sep
“21st Century Challenges”, Oxford
26 Sep
“Big World, Small World”, Windsor
21 Sep
“The Good Economy”, Columbia University, New York
05 Sep
“Risk and Opportunity”, Lloyds Market Academy, Oxford
02 Sep
“Africa in the World of 2030”, South African Planning Commission, Oxford
01 Sep
“2050: The Lion Roars”, Desmond Tutu Fellows, Rhodes House, Oxford
19 Aug
“From Financial Crisis to a Tragedy of the Commons: The Need for Global Governance”, Salzburg Triologue, Salzburg
13 Aug
“The Future, Fantastic or Frightening?”, Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire
21 Jul
“The Future: Globalisation and Society”, Chancery Court Hotel, London
29 Jun
“21st Century Challenges”, Oxford Advanced Management Programme, Oxford
23 Jun
“Systemic Risk and Globalisation: Lessons from the Financial Crisis”, Zurich
17 Jun
“Future Trends and Surprises”, Stockholm
13 Jun
“Challenges for the 21st Century and Global Governance”, Oxford
09 Jun
“The Future of Globalisation and Systemic Risk: Lessons from the Financial Crisis”, London
03 Jun
“Leading from the Future”, Said Business School, Oxford
26 May
“The Future: What to Expect”, Mansion House, London
18 May
“The Future: New Global Mindsets for Travel and Tourism”, Las Vegas, USA
09 May
“21st Century Challenges”, Said Business School, Oxford
10 Apr
“Complexity Economics”, Institute for New Economic Thinking Annual Conference, Bretton Woods, USA
09 Apr
“Migration and Economics”, Institute for New Economic Thinking Annual Conference, Bretton Woods, USA
07 Apr
“21st Century Challenges for the Global Company”, 39th Investment Conference, Cologne, Germany
06 Apr
“The Future of Travel and Meetings: Thinking Big”, Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire
03 Apr
“Science and the Future”, Oxford Literary Festival
02 Apr
“Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped our World and Will Define our Future”, Oxford Literary Festival, Oxford
24 Mar
“21st Century Challenges for Policy Makers and CEOs”, Oxford Advanced Management Leadership Programme, Oxford
21 Mar
“21st Century Challenges for Business”, Oxford Leadership Advantage, Trinity College, Oxford
01 Mar
“21st Century Challenges for Leaders”, Oxford Higher Education Leaders Programme, Said Business School, Oxford
04 Feb
“Future Influences, Trends and Surprises”, Oxford
02 Feb
“What Challenges, What Society in 2020”, European Parliament, Brussels
28 Jan
“Technology and Society”, World Economic Forum, Davos
24 Jan
“Risks Multiplied”, Copenhagen
20 Jan
“The State of Economics”, The Treasury, London
19 Jan
“The Future of Food and Agriculture”, Houses of Parliament, London
18 Jan
“Working with the Future: Perspectives from the Oxford Martin School”, Oxford
11 Jan
“2020: Natural Resources, food, reputational risk, ethics and sustainability”, Frankfurt

2010

02 Dec
“Frontiers of Technology and Consumption”, Singapore
14 Nov
“Creating the Future”, Oxford
11 Nov
“Africa in 2050: Will Africa Claim the 21st Century?”, London
09 Nov
“Public Policy Challenges of the Coming Decades”, London
08 Nov
“Future Opportunities, Global Shocks”, Oxford
03 Nov
“Our Future and Africa’s: Perspectives from Oxford’s Future World”, London
01 Nov
“2020: Technology and Society”, Windsor
25 Oct
“21st Century Challenges”, Oxford
12 Oct
“Development and the G20: T20 Strategic Paper”, Buyeo, Korea
10 Oct
“Future Opportunities: Global Shocks”, Oxford
07 Oct
“The Leadership Challenges of the 21st Century”, London
01 Oct
“Creating the Future”, Said Business School, Oxford
28 Sep
“Managing the Global Commons”, Chancellor’s Court, Oxford
14 Sep
“Oxford University IdeasLab”, Tianjin
13 Sep
“Looking Forward: What Opportunities and What Shocks on the Way to 2050”, Hong Kong
09 Sep
“The Financial Crisis and Systemic Risk”, Beijing
08 Sep
“China in the 21st Century: Global Opportunities and Risks”, Beijing
06 Sep
“China in the 21st Century: Global Opportunities and Risks”, Shanghai
24 Aug
“The Future: Implications for Communication and Media”, Windsor
23 Jul
“The World in 2050”, The Secret Garden Party, Cambridge
20 Jul
“21st Century Challenges for Managers”, Said Business School, Oxford
14 Jul
“Globalisation and Risks for Business”, Lloyds, London
24 Jun
“The Future for CEOs and Decision Makers”, Abraaj Capital, Wootton
21 Jun
Globalization and Systemic Change”, Advanced Graduate Workshop, Manchester University
15 Jun
“21st Century Challenges for CEOs and Executives”, Oxford Advanced Management Leadership Programme, Oxford
04 Jun
“Challenges in the 21st Century and Global Governance”, China Programmes Advanced Leadership Programme, Oxford
26 May
“The Global Transport System of the Future”, OECD Ministerial Forum, Leipzig
18 May
“Future Technologies and Future Risks Facing the Firm: What’s over the Horizon?”, London
17 May
“Future Global Trends”, CEO Programme, Oxford
03 May
“Megatrends: Shocks and Opportunities”, Los Angeles, USA
29 Apr
“Business Challenges of the Future”, Saïd Business School, Oxford
19 Apr
Systemic Opportunities and Systemic Risks: Navigating the 21st Century”, Saïd Business School, Oxford
22 Mar
“21st Century Challenges for Business”, Saïd Business School, Oxford
09 Mar
“Global Challenges: Global Solutions”, Virgin Unite, London
25 Feb
“The Economic Case for Tourism”, Mega-Events, South Africa
24 Feb
“Tourism and the G20”, UNWTO, South Africa
23 Feb
“21st Century Challenges for Policy Makers and CEOs”, Saïd Business School, Oxford
08 Feb
“Meeting 21st Century Challenges”, Virgin Unite, Necker Island
05 Feb
“Systemic Change and Risk”, Oxford
29 Jan
“Oxford University Ideas Lab”, World Economic Forum, Davos
18 Jan
“The World and Football 2018/2022”, Football Association, Wembley Stadium

2009

15 Dec
“Turkey in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities”, Istanbul
13 Nov
Does the Future Hold?”, St Anne’s College, Oxford
10 Nov
“Water in the Future”, London
09 Nov
“The Future For Creative Minds”, Thame
30 Oct
“Humanity at the Crossroads: 21st Century Risks and Opportunities”, Royal Institution of Great Britain, London
27 Oct
“Total Performance: Meeting 21st Century Challenges”, Manchester
24 Sep
“Tackling the Toughest Challenges of the 21st Century”, KTH Sweden, Oxford
17 Sep
“Systemic Change: Lessons from the Financial Crisis”, Oxford Analytica, Christ Church College, Oxford
14 Sep
“The 21st Century: What risks and which opportunities?”, Lloyds Market Association, Egrove Park, Oxford
10 Sep
“What Does the Future Hold?”, World Economic Forum, Dalian
10 Sep
“Oxford Ideas Lab”, World Economic Forum, Dalian
27 Aug
“Global Risk”, Australian Leadership Group, Sydney
15 Jul
“Humanity at the Crossroads”, Comic Relief, London
19 Jun
“21st Century Challenges for Policy Makers and Managers”, Oxford Advanced Management Programme, Oxford
18 Jun
“Globalization and Technological Change: Future shocks and opportunities”, University of Manchester, Manchester
16 Jun
“21st Century Leadership Challenges”, Delta Programme, Oxford
31 May
“Lessons from the Future”, Executive Education Programme, Oxford
29 May
“How Different Will the Future Be? 21st Century Challenges for Leaders”, Discovery Programme, Oxford
27 May
“Water in the Future”, Water Enterprise Forum, Oxford
28 Apr
“Systemic Change: Opportunities and Shocks”, Windsor
27 Apr
“Water in the 21st Century”, Global Water Conference, Zurich
21 Apr
“Systemic Change: Implications for Business”, Strategic Advisory Board, Canary Wharf, London
31 Mar
“The 21st Century – Perspectives on Education for the Future”, The Commonwealth Education Conference, Oxford
26 Mar
“The Ripple Effect: Communities Empowered through Individual Transformation”, Skoll Forum, Oxford
23 Mar
“Meeting the 21st Century Challenge: Implications for Business”, Exeter College, Oxford
10 Mar
“Globalization for Development: Implications for South Africa”, University of Cape Town, South Africa
09 Mar
“Future Shocks and Opportunities: 21st Century Challenges and Choices”, University of Cape Town, South Africa
24 Feb
“Nuclear Energy and Climate Change: An Old Solution to a New Problem?”, Launch of STAIR Journal, Blackwells, Oxford
23 Feb
“Humanity at the Crossroads”, Global Environmental Institute Programme, Oxford
11 Feb
“21st Century Challenges for Policy Makers and Managers”, Saudi Leadership Programme, Oxford

2008

03 Dec
“Humanity at the Crossroads: Systemic Failure or Unprecedented Opportunity” World Economic Forum, Geneva
01 Dec
“Global Shocks, Global Solutions: Meeting 21st Century Challenges?”, London School of Economics, London
23 Nov
“This House believes that the problems of tomorrow are bigger than the entrepreneurs of today”, Oxford Union, Oxford University
21 Nov
“Economic Crisis and its Impact on Migrants and Refugees”, Club of the Hague, The Hague
11 Nov
“21st Century Leaders”, Oxford Leadership Conference, Oxford
21 Oct
“Managing for the 21st Century”, Oxford Advanced Management Programme, Oxford
08 Oct
“Business in the 21st Century”, Oxford Leadership Advantage, Oxford
29 Sep
“21st Century Challenges for the Global Company”, Trinity College, Oxford
25 Sep
“What does the Future Hold?”, Royal Society of Medicine, London
24 Sep
“How Technology will Shape the next 25 Years”, Charity Investors Group, London
06 Sep
“Science and Society in the 21st Century: Challenges to Policy”, Poon Kam Kai Institute of Management, Hong Kong
03 Sep
“Science and Society in the 21st Century: Challenges to Policy”, Renmin University, China
21 Aug
“21st Century Challenges: Humanity at the Crossroads”, AusDavos Australian Leadership Retreat, Hayman Island
03 Jul
“21st Century Challenges in Perspective: from academic research to government policy”, House of Commons, London
01 Jul
“Do we need more Migrant Workers?”, COMPAS Annual Conference, Oxford
30 Jun
“Challenges for 21st Century Managers”, Oxford Advanced Management Programme, Saïd Business School, Oxford
11 May
“Globalisation and African Development”, Oxford Forum for International Development
23 Apr
“Mankind at the Crossroads: 21st Century Challenges for Balliol Students”, Cerberus Society, Balliol College Oxford
14 Apr
“Mankind at the Crossroads”, SABMiller Engaging with the Future Conference
10 Apr
“Globalisation for Development: Trade, Finance and Aid”, University of Innsbruck
10 Apr
“Globalisation for Development: Migration, Ideas and Policy”, University of Innsbruck
09 Apr
“Mankind at the Crossroads”, MCI Alumni and Friends, University of Innsbruck
09 Apr
“Globalisation for Development: Globalisation and Poverty”, University of Innsbruck
07 Apr
“The Developing World: what is the relation between migration and development?” Managing Migration, Merton College Oxford
01 Apr
“Globalisation for Development: Trade and Finance”, Sciences Po Paris
07 Jan
“Future Shocks and Opportunities”, Saïd Business School

2007

19 Nov
“Water Conflict and co-operation: Lessons from experience”, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Israel
14 Nov
“Mankind at the Crossroads” Royal Society of Medicine, London
06 Nov
“Mankind at the Crossroads”, Advanced Leadership Development Programme, Oxford
31 Oct
“Globalisation and European Policy with Particular Reference to Labour Markets”, Federation of Norwegian Commercial and Service Enterprises, Oslo
15 Oct
“Business Leadership and the Challenges of the 21st Century”, 21st Century Leaders seminar, Saïd Business School
08 Oct
“Risk and Opportunity: Preparing for the Coming Decades”, Rothschild Bank seminar, Johannesburg
25 Sep
“Climate Change: Accelerating Actions”, Clinton Global Initiative, New York
19 Sep
“Globalisation for Development”, Labour Party Branch Meeting, Oxford
15 Sep
“Mankind at the Crossroads”, Alumni Weekend University of Oxford
10 Sep
“Globalisation for Development”, Keynote at the Economic Society of South Africa
25 Jul
“Future Trends and Shocks: What can we expect over the next 50 years?”, Keynote address at Transport: the next 50 years, Christchurch, New Zealand
18 Jun
“21st Century Challenges for the Global Company” SAB Miller Engaging with the Future, Saïd Business School
05 Jun
“Mondialisation pour le Développement: Commerce, Finance, Aide au Développement, Migrations et Idées”, International Club, Brussels
31 May
“What Space for New Economic Approaches”, introduced and chaired session for Professor Amartya Sen and Professor Michael Spence, OPHI launch
16 May
“Future Shocks”, Microsoft CEO Summit
19 Mar
“The Challenge of Development — Livelihoods and well-being in developing countries: Multidisciplinary approaches”, Centre for the Study of African Economies conference, Oxford