LSE Enterprise is to provide executive training and research support for the Abu Dhabi government and business community.
LSE Enterprise has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Abu Dhabi Department of Planning and Economy (DPE) to provide executive training and research support for the Abu Dhabi government and business community.
The agreement aims to bring the latest thinking in economics to economic planning and policy making in Abu Dhabi.
Under a strategic collaboration, the DPE and LSE Enterprise will provide a series of roundtables, workshops and executive sessions on a broad range of topics including economics, public policy, finance, money and banking.
Simon Flemington, chief executive officer of LSE Enterprise (pictured above left) said: 'We have a strong track record in providing assistance to national governments which are concentrating their efforts on accelerating economic development. We are delighted to collaborate with DPE in their endeavours to establish executive education programs and research initiatives.'
'Abu Dhabi is undergoing profound changes right now and the pace of economic development is accelerating. This agreement supports our leaders to make better informed decisions about complex and sensitive matters that affect everyone who lives here. The London School of Economics has a distinguished record in this field. We're pleased to enter this partnership with them,' commented DPE Undersecretary, HE Mohammed Omar Abdullah.
The memorandum was signed by DPE chairman, HE Nasser Al Suwaidi (pictured above right) and the CEO of LSE Enterprise, Simon Flemington.
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AME (11 September)
Abu Dhabi signs agreement with London School of Economics
Today, the Department of Planning & Economy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the London School of Economics to provide executive training and research support for the Abu Dhabi government and business community.