More than 1,000 leaders in business and finance, academia, public policy and media, joined a prestigious lineup of speakers at the third annual Milken Institute 2000 Global Conference.
The event opened Wednesday evening, March 8, with the Conference's signature event — a panel of Nobel Laureates in Economic Science moderated by Institute Chairman Michael Milken. It continued Thursday and Friday with more than two dozen panels on technology, economics, regional outlooks and much more.
This year's event was the Institute's biggest yet, with 27 panels over three days and more than 120 speakers, including some of the world's leading business and finance executives and scholars. The focus of this year's conference was technology and its impact on the way we do business.
The 2000 conference was our largest yet — with more than 1,400 institutional investors, business and financial leaders, academicians and senior government policy officials from all over the globe were in attendence.
Go to the program page to view panel summaries.