Common Good Summit 2022

Saving the Common Good

May 19  & 20 2022
In Toulouse School of Economics & online

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CLIMATE - AGING - DIGITAL - INFLATION - TRANSPORT

At the beginning of this new year, Covid-19 remains at the heart of everyone's concerns and its statistics make the headlines day after day. However, the long-term serious structural issues that our societies were facing before the pandemic even existed must not be forgotten: many of them are still there, often exacerbated by this crisis. 

To find solutions to these major societal challenges, I invite you to join me on May 19 and 20, 2022, alongside industrial and political leaders as well as some of the world's brightest economists. We will come together at the summit to compare points of view and draw up a joint roadmap on the climate challenge, the return of inflation, the transportation revolution, the upheaval of the ageing economy and the rise of artificial intelligence. 

 Thousands of you followed our debates last year, making the first edition a huge success. I would like to thank you deeply for this and invite you to take part, in Toulouse or online, for Chapter II of our Common Good Summit. 

Jean Tirole 
2014 Nobel laureate 
Toulouse School of Economics 
         

Watch the Summit introduction in 2021 by Emmanuel Macron

Challenge special booklets

Watch replays 2021

Five Nobel laureates joined Jean Tirole to exchange with international economic leaders, top executives and academics from the world's major universities on regulating capitalism and safeguarding, after the pandemic, the notion of the common good. 

Partners 2021