Chicago Forum on Global Cities
“The Power and Limitations of Global Cities” was the opening program of the second annual “Chicago Forum on Global Cities,” held at the Field Museum.
Panelists discussed world urbanization and how cities are dealing with politics, the economy, violence, innovation, and climate change. Gillian Tett moderated. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel made opening remarks.
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Rahm Emanuel Mayor Chicago, IL
Henry M. Paulson Jr. Founder and Chair Paulson Institute
Gillian Tett Managing Editor Financial Times->U.S.
Heng Chee Chan Chair Singapore University of Technology and Design->Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities
Tessa Jowell Professor of Practice London School of Economics and Political Science->Cities International Centre
Paribatra Sukhumbhand Governor Bangkok, Thailand
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