Common Good Summit 2023

Saving the Common Good Summit
Sacrifices and opportunities

June 1st & 2nd 2023

Create a positive impact on our society and our planet

The 3rd Summit "Saving the Common Good", jointly organized by Challenges, Toulouse School of Economics and Les Echos-Le Parisien Evénements, will give leaders the opportunity to clarify their approach to the Common Good. Nobel Prize laureates, economists, researchers, politicians and business leaders will meet on June 1 and 2, 2023 in Toulouse to find answers to the challenges currently being faced by the planet.
Acting for climate and equality, investing in education and research, ensuring the sustainability of public action compel a long-term perspective. Our willingness to accept the corresponding renunciations requires a restored trust: between citizens, between them and the State, and between the States. The role of the economist is also to understand why this trust vanishes into thin air and how it can be revived.

Jean Tirole
2014 Nobel laureate
Toulouse School of Economics
It has long been claimed that the energy transition is a great opportunity that will make us all richer, create jobs, reduce our utility bills, and give us back our energy independence. This is simply untrue. In reality, all climate action is detrimental to our buying power, whether we use carbon tax, tradable emission permits, vehicle or thermal insulation standards.

Christian Gollier
Executive Director
Toulouse School of Economics









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