Wirtschaftsstandort Schweiz – ein Erfolgsmodell in Gefahr?

Apr
07
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In der neuen Ausgabe des allerersten Wirtschaftspodiums des UBS Center vergleichen wir die damaligen Ergebnisse der Debatte mit der heutigen Situation. Was hat sich geändert? Die Hauptfrage ist so aktuell wie damals: Wie können wir sicherstellen, dass die Schweiz auch in Zukunft einer der führenden Wirtschaftsstandorte bleibt? Hauptvorträge von Prof. Gerard Roland (UC Berkeley) und Bundesrat Guy Parmelin. Weitere Referenten werden demnächst bekannt gegeben.

In der neuen Ausgabe des allerersten Wirtschaftspodiums des UBS Center vergleichen wir die damaligen Ergebnisse der Debatte mit der heutigen Situation. Was hat sich geändert? Die Hauptfrage ist so aktuell wie damals: Wie können wir sicherstellen, dass die Schweiz auch in Zukunft einer der führenden Wirtschaftsstandorte bleibt? Hauptvorträge von Prof. Gerard Roland (UC Berkeley) und Bundesrat Guy Parmelin. Weitere Referenten werden demnächst bekannt gegeben.

Prof. Gerard Roland (UC Berkeley)
Prof. Gerard Roland (UC Berkeley)
Bundesrat Guy Parmelin
Bundesrat Guy Parmelin

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Switzerland is doing well...too well? Is the model for success in danger? Participants in the 2014 UBS Center Swiss Forum discussed the strengths and weaknesses of Switzerland as a business location.

Switzerland must prove itself, both in the global marketplace and in a rapidly changing international environment. How can the country ensure that it remains one of the leading business locations in the future? Politicians, academics, and entrepreneurs considered this question at the first Swiss Forum in Zurich at the end of April, which was hosted by the UBS Center.

In his introduction, Ernst Fehr, director of the UBS Center, listed the factors that have brought Switzerland success: a high level of education, entrepreneurial spirit, the liberal trade policy, political stability, cosmopolitanism, and the liberal labor market. He emphasized that although Switzerland is doing well, action is required. The acceptance of a plebiscite to impose a quota on immigration on February 9 was a wake-up call, he said.

Read our full Insight on Switzerland as a business location by Maura Wyler, Head of Communication.

Switzerland is doing well...too well? Is the model for success in danger? Participants in the 2014 UBS Center Swiss Forum discussed the strengths and weaknesses of Switzerland as a business location.

Switzerland must prove itself, both in the global marketplace and in a rapidly changing international environment. How can the country ensure that it remains one of the leading business locations in the future? Politicians, academics, and entrepreneurs considered this question at the first Swiss Forum in Zurich at the end of April, which was hosted by the UBS Center.

In his introduction, Ernst Fehr, director of the UBS Center, listed the factors that have brought Switzerland success: a high level of education, entrepreneurial spirit, the liberal trade policy, political stability, cosmopolitanism, and the liberal labor market. He emphasized that although Switzerland is doing well, action is required. The acceptance of a plebiscite to impose a quota on immigration on February 9 was a wake-up call, he said.

UBS Center Director Ernst Fehr (2014)
UBS Center Director Ernst Fehr (2014)

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