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The Milken Institute’s second Asia Summit will be an exclusive, invitation-only event that will gather 300 high-profile executives, influential investors, heads of sovereign wealth funds and philanthropists from around the world. The program will address the most pressing global and regional challenges, feature in-depth discussions on China, India, Indonesia and Japan, and address such critical issues as geopolitical risks, financial regulation, social inequality, the growth of medical discoveries, and the role of philanthropy in Asia.
What's ahead for Europe and the global economy? Find out what many of the world's most prominent opinion makers, executives, investors and philanthropists had to say at our London Summit. One of the Milken Institute's signature events, the Summit illuminated the forces shaping the times we live in – and the future.
Be a part of medical research's most forward-thinking, outcomes-oriented, and patient-focused event.
The Milken Institute Summit - California brings together key members of the state's business and policy leadership to forge partnerships and devise solutions to address the state's biggest challenges. This invitation-only event, hosted by the Institute's California Center, assembles state leaders in business, government, academia and philanthropy, focused on determining a roadmap for growth and future investment to ensure the state remains a destination for business and innovation.
The Global Conference convenes 3500 participants who will hear 700+ speakers in more than 170 sessions over 4 days -- to explore solutions to today's most pressing challenges in financial markets, industry sectors, health, government and education. See photos, videos and more.
Jerry Kaplan, entrepreneur, author and futurist
John Markoff, Pulitzer Prize-winning technology reporter for the New York Times
Alvin Roth, McCaw professor of economics at Stanford University and Nobel laureate
Moderated by Peter Passell, editor of the Milken Institute Review