Final plenary: Gathering storm or breaking dawn? The prospects for EU-Asian collaboration
The Atlas of Ideas: Mapping the new geography of science, day2. Speaker: Esko Aho, President, Sitra and former Prime Minister, Finland.
18 January 2007 Research seminars
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Reflections and recommendations on how Europe and Asia can develop new partnerships for science and innovation
About the speaker
Esko Aho has had a long and distinguished career serving Finnish society. He held the post of Prime Minister of Finland from 1991 to 1995. During this period, Finland overcame a deep economic recession and made the historic decision to join the European Union. After the 2000 presidential campaign, Aho joined Harvard University for one year as a lecturer, and following his retirement from the Finnish Parliament, he worked as a private consultant. Esko Aho was appointed President of the Finnish National Fund for Research and Development, Sitra, as of 1 July 2004.
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