Karriere Talk

DEC
03

Karriere Talk


Tirsdag d. 3. december 2019, Kl. 18:00 til kl. 20:00

Til Karriere Talk kan du møde danskere, som har formået at skabe sig en solid karriere i New York og omegn. Hør deres beretning og mød dem over et glas vin.

Tirsdag 3. december kan du møde:

  • Torsten Sløk, Chief Economist, Managing Director i Deutsche Bank. 
  • Eva Jespersen, tidligere Deputy Director og Head of NHDR Unit, National Human Development Reports Unit, UNDP i FN. 

kl. 18-19 oplæg og samtale.
kl. 19-20 vin, kaffe og mingling.

Fri entré.
Oplægget foregår på dansk.


Torsten Slok joined Deutsche Bank Securities in the fall of 2005.

Mr. Slok’s Economics team has been top-ranked by Institutional Investor in fixed income and equities since 2010. Slok currently serves as a member of the Economic Club of New York 

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Slok worked at the OECD in Paris in the Money and Finance Division and the Structural Policy Analysis Division. Before joining the OECD he worked for four years at the IMF in the Division responsible for writing the World Economic Outlook and the Division responsible for China, Hong Kong, and Mongolia.

Mr. Slok studied at University of Copenhagen and Princeton University. He has published numerous journal articles and reviews on economics and policy analysis, including in Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, and The Econometric Journal.

Foto: Christian Larsen


Eva Jespersen started her UN journey of promoting people-centered development as researcher for UNICEF’s ground-breaking Adjustment with a Human Face. It inspired ‘human development’ and in turn the sustainable development agenda. Moving forward to partnership building and communication with wide audiences, Eva recently managed the Human Development Reports Office as deputy (2009-2017).

Eva applied people-centered approaches to country analysis, migration and rural development in East Asia, while also heading the regional UN team on quality assurance for CCAs; in Florence, guided the Social Monitor-CEE/CIS, and the Report Cards on children in rich countries, which made unprecedented global headlines.

Indicators and measurement stimulate debate, action and innovative approaches: Eva is proud of her inclusion in the UN Secretary General’s Expert Group on the Data Revolution. She remains passionate about social justice and the empowerment of communities and individuals to lead lives they have reason to value, within planetary boundaries.

More recently, Eva has been looking more closely on the challenges to social policy and social protection from the spread of AI and other technology.