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Draft
Operation
al Paper

for

T
he

7
th

Economic and Social Reform Policy Dialogue
Forum

in
June

2010

Core
Topic
:
Global Financial and Economic Crisis: Measures Undertaken and Lessons
Learned


The operational plan

for the forum is shaped in an itinerary for the convenience of understanding.

The Forum will be held from
1
st

June

till the
3
rd

June

2010
, and the following

detailed

Itinerary has
been
determined based on the conversation
with our partners.


Monday 31 May 2
0
1
0

17:00


19:00

Registration at the foyer in front of the Crystal Ballroom, lobby level


Hospitality Desk
:
The
hospitality desk

will be a unit where a fully informed and
committed staffs are placed to address any problems that participants may
have, including ticket support, need for doctor, any other relevant appointment,
information needed by the participants. The
hospitality de
sk

will remain active
for the remaining days of the conference
.


19.00

Opening speech by Dr. Galina Saidova, Deputy Minister Economy, Director of
the Institute for Forecasting and Macro Economic Research


Welcome Remark: Mr. Armin Hofmann Country Director
, GTZ Uzbekistan

Welcome dinner/cocktail reception by GTZ Uzbekistan




Tuesday 01 June

2
0
1
0

08:30
-
9:00

Registration

0
9.00
-
10.00

Opening Speeches



Finance Minister /Republic of Uzbekistan



CEO, GTZ



Speaker on behalf of Co
-
Organizer most likely ADB

Lead Moderation: Nominees at this stage



Chief Economist Asian Development Bank: Dr. Jong
-
Wha Lee / ADB
support

10:00


11:00

Key Note
S
peaker

The key note speaker will essentially set the tone of the conference, and give
guidance with some leading
questions and key example that should help the
participant orient toward a solution oriented mind set. The nominees for Key
note speaker are:

1.

Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, with experience in transition economies and his
contributions to aspects of stability and gro
wth.
http://www.josephstiglitz.com/

,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Stiglitz

-

correspondence made/waiting for date matches


2.

Rainer Schweicker
t, Kiel Institute of World Economy


Confirmed

11.00
-
11.30

Coffee break

11.30
-
13.00

Session I: Opening of Working Sessions: Experiences of Asian Transition
Economies (ATE) in anti
-
crisis measures and their primary results


4 Key Presentations: (10
minutes, each)

1.

Dr. Saidova, First Deputy Minister of Econ
omy for Republic of Uzbekistan

2.

Prof. Chi Fulin, Pres. of CIRD/China
,

3.

Dr. Le Xuan Ba, President of CIEM

4.

XXX, XXX, XXX


Plenary discussions (45 mins): Moderated by the lead moderator and an
academic
observer will also join the speakers in the plenary discussion


Academic Observer to be nominated:

We have no nominations yet
: Dr. Benecke as a possibility

13.00
-
14.30

Lunch Break



14.30
-
17.30

Session II: Lessons Learned and Challenges Remaining in
Industrial, Social
and Financials / Parallel Sessions

This session is suggested to be a
Breakout session


participants split into
three groups to share lessons learned and challenges pertaining to key sectors
of the economy namely, Industrial, Social and Financial sectors.


Participating countries are requested to send nominations for speak
ers for
each breakout session

The participants will choose in advance the sectors of their interest to attend;
therefore in the registration form information pertaining to each of the
aforementioned sessions will be mentioned.


Each session will be modera
ted by experts fitting to the session, and a
rappateur is placed to capture the highlights of each sessions.


Industrial Sector:

Financial and Economic Crisis Impacts, Challenges and
Lessons Learned



4 speakers/Presenters from Different Countries



1
moderator



1 Rappateur



Plenary

Financial Sector:

Financial and Economic Crisis Impacts, Challenges and
Lessons Learned



4 speakers from Different Countries



1 moderator



1 Rappateur



Plenary

Social Sector:

Financial and Economic Crisis Impacts, Challenges and

Lessons Learned



4 speakers from Different Countries



1 moderator



1 Rappateur



Plenary

Each session will have running coffee available and moderators are requested
to break for 30 minutes upon their discretion

19.00

Official dinner hosted by Institute for
Forecasting and Macro Economic
Research

Cultural program Show
-

guests are invited to enjoy national music and
dance.


Wednesday 02 June

2
0
1
0

0
9.00
-
10.30

Recapturing day 1

Moderators and some key speakers will be requested to join the plenary for a
quick
round interview with the lead moderator

Impressions of the Academicians: An Academic Lead will summarize the
impressions of Day 1


Questions from the floor

10:30
-

11:00

Coffee Breaks

11:00
-
13.00

Session III: Preconditions for shifting towards innovation
based type of
economic growth in ATEs

5 Key Presentations: (15 minutes, each)

XXX, Ministry of Economy, Technology Transfer Committee of
Uzbekistan

XXX, XXX China

-

15 minutes coffee break

-

XXX, XXX, Germany

XXX, XXX Vietnam


Plenary discussions (30
mins): Moderated by the lead moderator and an
academic observer will also join the speakers in the plenary discussion

13.00
-
14.30

Lunch

14:30


15:45

Declaration of Commitment for Inclusive Growth: Plenary Session



Head of all representative Institutes



Moderator

16.00
-
16.30

Closings

Official Closings by Representatives

Thanks: Mr. Armin Hofmann, Country Director GTZ Uzbekistan

16:30
-
17:00

Official Group Photo Session

Capturing Growth in Picture: Symbolising the Forum

Participants will make a symbol of

growth for the future

In a fun exercise all participants will be requested to form a shape of growth
chart, and pictures will be taken from above to capture the shape: In this
fashion a lively picture of the conference is set

17:00


18:00

Press Confere
nce: Key Participants

19.00

Dinner hosted by another
cooperation

agency: Asian Development Bank




Thursday 03 June

2
0
1
0

-

Events at the institute of Forecasting and
M
acro
E
conomic
R
esearch

9.30


12.30

Next Steps and The way Forward: Internal Meetings

of the Networks: at
Institute for Forecasting and Macro Economic

12:30


13:45

Lunch

14:00


17:00

City tour (Tashkent, the magic of Silk Road)


Friday 04 to Saturday 05 June 2010

Optional

cultural tour and study trip to Samarkand and Bukhara

or
Navoi and Bukhara


Documentation, Presentations and Publication

All relevant speakers and presenters will be asked to prepare their presentations in English, and will
be required to deliver all presentation by
21
st

April
2010


We are looking ahead to publish a book based on the forum and the speakers are requested to
summarize their presentation in an article format and send it to us by
21
st

April 2010. A separate call
for papers will be distributed to all GTZ units to collect articles from non speakers but relevant authors
on the aforementioned topics.