Bruno Lanvin

Executive Director, Global Indices at INSEAD

Bruno Lanvin

Bruno Lanvin

Executive Director, Global Indices at INSEAD

Biography

Bruno Lanvin is the Executive Director of INSEAD's European Competitiveness Initiative (IECI), and of Global Indices projects at INSEAD (Global Information Technology, Global Innovation Index, and Global Talent Competitiveness Index). From 2007 to 2012, he has been the Executive Director of INSEAD's eLab, managing INSEAD's teams in Paris, Singapore and Abu Dhabi. From September 2007 to February 2013, Dr. Lanvin has been Director of INSEAD's eLab, managing INSEAD's teams in Paris, Singapore and Abu Dhabi. Under his leadership, eLab's main areas of focus were leadership in knowledge economies, skills/e-skills, innovation, economic impact of social networks, new roles of government. He also teaches in INSEAD's MBA and Executive Education Programmes (e.g. on Social Media Strategies).

In December 2011, he was appointed to the Board of Directors of IDA Infocomm in Singapore (www.ida.gov.sg); he currently serves as a member of the Media Convergence Panel of Singapore's Media Development Authority (MDA) (www.mda.gov.sg); since 2010, he has been a Broadband Commissioner (www.broadbandcommission.org).

In 2009-2010, he has been Chair of the Global Advisory Council on the Future of Government (World Economic Forum), on which he continues to serve, focusing in particular on the influence of social media on governance, democracy, and public sector innovation (www.weforum.org/pdf/GAC09/council/future_of_government/proposal.htm).

From 2000 to 2007, he worked for the World Bank, where he was inter alia Senior Advisor for E-strategies, Regional Coordinator (Europe and Central Asia) for ICT and e-government issues and Chairman of the Bank's e-Thematic Group. From June 2001 to December 2003, he was the Manager of the Information for Development Program (infoDev).

In 2000, Mr. Lanvin was appointed Executive Secretary of the G-8 DOT Force. Before that, he worked for some twenty years in senior positions in the United Nations.

The author of numerous books and articles on international economics, information technology and development, he holds a BA in Mathematics and Physics, an MBA from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris, and a PhD in Economics from the University of Paris I – La Sorbonne.

He has worked in some 70 countries, and speaks French, English, Spanish, with practical knowledge of Italian, Portuguese, Russian and basic Chinese.

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President, Chief Executive Officer & Director at The Internet Corp. for Assigned Names & Numbers

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Managing Partner at INSEAD

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Founding Partner at Beacon Capital LLP

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Partner at Fashion Capital Partners SAS

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at AMERICAN REGISTRY FOR INTERNET NUMBERS LTD

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Former Professional at Google, Inc.

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Founder at GNKS Consult BV

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Member, Board of Directors at The Internet Corp. for Assigned Names & Numbers

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Senior Advisor at Covington & Burling LLP

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Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ccnso at The Internet Corp. for Assigned Names & Numbers

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INSEAD is a graduate business school with campuses in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. INSEAD, widely considered one of the best business schools in the world, allows its students to study in the US (West Coast- San Francisco via Wharton exchange, East Coast- Philadelphia via Wharton exchange, Midwest- Evanston near Chicago via Kellogg exchange), in Asia (Singapore via INSEAD Asia Campus exchange and Shanghai via CEIBS exchange), in the Middle East (Abu Dhabi via INSEAD Middle East Campus exchange) and in Europe (Fontainebleau via INSEAD Europe Campus exchange)

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Vienna, BU, Austria
2011 World Economic Forum on Europe and Central Asia

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Tianjin, GD, China
2010 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions

At the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, the World Economic Forum brings together emerging global leaders and Mentors willing to share the knowledge and perception that only come with experience. It is this powerful mix of questioning, insight and resilience that makes the Summer Davos unique. This year’s Meeting focused on “Driving Growth through Sustainability”, an opportunity that confronts every business, government, civil society organization and individual. From the start of the three-day event, it was clear that participants understood the key factors needed to achieve this goal, especially in the post-crisis context. Throughout the Meeting, the nature of innovation and creativity in institutions, policies, systems and technologies was explored. To drive the innovation necessary to achieve balanced growth and sustainability requires many inputs, including a high degree of collaboration among all players, even rivals.

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Davos, Switzerland
2010 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions

At the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, the World Economic Forum brings together emerging global leaders and Mentors willing to share the knowledge and perception that only come with experience. It is this powerful mix of questioning, insight and resilience that makes the Summer Davos unique. This year’s Meeting focused on “Driving Growth through Sustainability”, an opportunity that confronts every business, government, civil society organization and individual. From the start of the three-day event, it was clear that participants understood the key factors needed to achieve this goal, especially in the post-crisis context. Throughout the Meeting, the nature of innovation and creativity in institutions, policies, systems and technologies was explored. To drive the innovation necessary to achieve balanced growth and sustainability requires many inputs, including a high degree of collaboration among all players, even rivals.

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