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18 years of New Year's Conference

Our first New Year's Conference took place in 2006. Last year we hosted the Conference digitally for the first time.

Three Nobel Prize winners

Nobel prize-winners Robert Shiller, Paul Krugman and Joseph Stiglitz are among the keynote speakers at our New Year's Conference over the years.

Five countries

The New Year's Conference has been held in several European capitals: Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, London and Amsterdam.

Over 95 Speakers

Over the past 17 years, SKAGEN has welcomed over 95 speakers on stage at our New Year's Conferences.

New Year's ConferenceChina
Spotlight on China: Stocks to rediscover their roar in the year of the Tiger?
25 January 2022

A highlight from our recent New Year conference was Michael Pettis discussing the Chinese economy. The Professor of Finance at Peking University is perfectly placed to comment on the country's outlook, and after twenty years living in China to put its current challenges in a historical context.

New Year's Conference
Hillary Rodham Clinton: Engagement at the very heart
16 December 2021

Few women now alive, if any, possess the experience of and insight into major world events of ...

New Year's Conference
Robert Friedland: The revenge of the miners
14 December 2021

The mining legend Robert Friedland, founder and chairman of Ivanhoe Mines, will be one of the ...

New Year's Conference
Joseph Stiglitz – an economist unlike any other
8 December 2021

Nobel laureate, former chief economist at the World Bank, former adviser to the US president and ...

New Year's ConferenceChina
Michael Pettis: The finance professor perfectly placed at China's economic crossroads
17 November 2021

Michael Pettis will make his debut appearance at our New Year conference in January, arguably with ...

New Year's ConferenceSustainability
Optimistic sustainability guru: Mike Berners-Lee
17 December 2020

He is the climate expert who has garnered fame through his books "How Bad are Bananas?" and "There ...

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