Global Economy 2.0: A complex, multi-level supply chain (r)evolution

Committee Meeting
Asia, Sourcing & Supply Chain
Date and Time: 
06 Jun 2018
08:30 to 10:30
Wednesday, 6 June, 2018 - 08:30 to 10:30
French Chamber Meeting Room, 541 Orchard Road, #09-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881
Registration Dates: 
09 May 2018
05 Jun 2018

The World Economy is undergoing its most significant shift since decades as microeconomic and macroeconomic models are being disrupted by a cluster of momentous change. On one hand, the changeover between US and China for the crown of Global Economic leader is entering its most crucial phase.


It is disrupting forever the spontaneous equilibria of Globalisation 1.0 and creating a dual globalization with companies’ supply chain being organized vertically (along longitudes) rather than horizontally (along latitudes). On the other, within these global system, digital economic models are changing the long-standing linear relationship between producers and consumers, creating new demands, firms’ strategic organizations and microeconomic equilibria. Orchestrating these massive changes is a new alliance cities-global computational platforms that are gradually undermining the role of the Nation-State as a main economic unit.


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About the speaker

  • Mr. Luca Silipo , Vice President, Chief Economist for GEODIS


Luca graduated from Universita ‘La Sapienza’ with a degree in economics. He later attended the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland graduating with a D.S. in international relations.

He created the GEODIS World Lab and now continues to manage it in Berlin, Germany. The department is tasked with producing regular and ad hoc economic studies and strategic innovation reports aimed at positioning the company to thrive within the future of the industry.

A fascination for 'flows' has brought Luca to GEODIS, where he is constantly analyzing economic, political, and social developments in order to steer its corporate strategy and contribute to the company's success. These flows include the long range of ocean liners to the crucial short range of city logistics, this has become his everyday occupation.


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