Gray Rhinos are highly probable, high impact crises. Introducing a framework for dealing with these seemingly obvious but nevertheless very poorly handled events, I delivered this address at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 26, 2013.
Tags: crisis, Davos, Gray Rhino, international economics, risk, World Economic Forum
Video from my comments at the Global HR Forum in Seoul, South Korea, November 2, 2011, on a panel “Are We Headed Towards Another Global Economic Crisis?” with Professor Francis Fukuyama of Stanford University, Professor Weiping Huang of Renmin University of China, and Moderator Seunghoon Lee, Professor Emeritus, Division of Economics, Seoul National University
Join the World Policy Institute for our first ever international comedy night benefiting World Policy Journal.
Monday, September 13, 2010 – 7:00pm
With the Taliban going strong and the polar ice caps melting away, we wouldn’t blame you for feeling like there’s nothing to laugh about – until now. You may not have thought policy [...]
Immigrant Policy in Québec: Successes and Lessons Learned
Video of my discussion with Yolande James, Minister of Cultural Communities, Government of Quebec, at the World Policy Institute April 7, 2010.
Canada has long taken pride in its reputation for successfully welcoming immigrants. Nevertheless, like other immigrant destinations, it has faced challenges like combating racism, [...]
Video, audio, and transcript from “Beyond Relief: Helping Haiti,” a Council on Foreign Relations panel discussion in which Michele participated February 18, 2010.
Beyond Relief: Helping Haiti (Transcript)
Beyond Relief: Helping Haiti (Audio)
Pamela Cox, Vice President, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, World Bank Group
Arvind Subramanian, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute [...]
The American Council on Germany, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, the World Policy Institute and Demos present “U.S. and European Perspectives on Immigration: A Problem or an Opportunity?”
a discussion and luncheon featuring
Delancey Gustin, Immigration and Integration Program, The German Marshall Fund of the United States and Michele Wucker, Executive Director, [...]
Video is now available online from the talk I gave October 14th at Fairhaven College, Western Washington University, in Bellingham.
Michele Wucker: “Haiti in the World: Rethinking the Role of the International Community” from Fairhaven College, WWU on Vimeo.
Haiti desperately needs the world’s help. Four devastating storms last year destroyed nearly all of [...]
Workshop for Ethics and Business Luncheon
The video above is an excerpt only; for the full panel discussion click HERE
Podcast: Click here
Description: A stimulating preface to the critical global political, social, and economic shifts in the year ahead -with live webcast Time: 12:00 noon to 2 p.m.
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 [...]
I’ll be speaking at the “Right to Move: Debating the Ethics of Global Migration” conference at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, December 12-13th, 2009, organized by Carnegie Council Global Policy Innovations and Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture.
Here’s a description of my presentation:
Linking Ethics and Self-Interest in Human Mobility Facing demographic and economic [...]