Economic decisions have a direct impact on the development of our society. Learning to manage the synergies between the economic world, businesses and communities helps improve individuals’ living environments, deal with crises and conflicts, and support organizational development.
Following the publication of the World Economic Forum’s annual Global Risks Report 2022, HEC Lausanne highlight recent research that addresses some key threats identified in the report.
As the world emerges from the pandemic, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has published its latest Global Risks Report, identifying and evaluating the main risks facing the world over a ten year horizon. The report divides risks across five main categories: economic; environmental; geopolitical; societal; and technological, with the most immediate threats to the world over the next two years including climate action failure, the erosion of social cohesion, mental health issues, and digital inequality.
HEC Podcast – Are you interested in the decisions taken at the last G7 and G20 regarding the taxation of multinationals at a minimum rate of at least 15%? Would you like to know more about these new rules of the game?
Robert Danon is a Professor of Swiss and International tax law at University of Lausanne and teaches at the Business and Economics Faculty (HEC Lausanne), as well as at the University’s Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration. Additionally, he is a director of theTax Policy Centre at the University of Lausanne.
Following the announcement of the reorganization of the National Task Force, Marius Brülhart, professor of economics at HEC Lausanne, gives an initial overview of his contribution as Chair of the Expert Group Economics. In this interview, he also presents other pandemic-related research projects in which he is currently involved.