27th January 2011
The great, the good and the not-so-good are currently assembled at the World Economic Forum in Davos. To the outsider the conference can look like little more than an excuse for glad-handing and political posturing, but its more serious purpose is to generate debate on the economic issues of the day.
For the Davos enthusiast, there is an entire website dedicated to the Forum. It may take some patience, but there are global leaders in open debate with bankers, entrepreneurs and special interest groups. What are likely to be the biggest issues on this year's agenda?