On November 18, the report "The Digital Economy and the New Social Contract" by Miguel Otero, Research Director at the CGC, was presented at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels, with representatives from the European Commission, the private sector, and academia. This report is part of the research project "The Digital Revolution and the New Social Contract" of our Center for the Governance of Change.
We can transform the world through our passion for education, research and innovation. Join us on the fascinating adventure!
We fulfill our PURPOSE of fostering positive change through education, research, and innovation.
/ We live in a liquid and complex world in which physical, natural and digital environments are dynamically interconnected. / We make our impact by providing transformational educational experiences that inspire and cultivate a global community of change-makers.
**We believe that our PEOPLE are the critical foundation on which we work towards a sustainable future for all.**
/ We celebrate our global diversity in all its facets: cultural, gender, sexual orientation, world views and personal choices. / We encourage curiosity as way to spark new thinking and innovation. / We champion humanistic perspectives so that we understand our world by understanding ourselves.
We live and breathe INNOVATION, and it inspires all of our actions.
/ We nurture the entrepreneurial spirit as a way of life. / We advance education using technology in a way that humanizes learning. / We innovate in pedagogy to deliver learning experiences as liquid as our reality.
We impart and generate KNOWLEDGE as a universal source of human development.
/ We encourage our people to go beyond the boundaries of what is known by ceaselessly questioning and moving beyond accepted wisdom. / We foster research as vital process for generating knowledge and insight. / We empower our faculty to be academic entrepreneurs who seek practical impact in our world.
450 companies visited IE University last year and more than 12,000 job offers were extended to graduates and alumni.
According to “The Digital Economy and the New Social Contract” report, constructing an inclusive digital economy will require collaboration between multiple stakeholders as well as bridging the gap with the private sector.
The annual conference brought together 57 international speakers and 2,000 attendees to discuss the challenges of learning in the digital age.