At the forum, Meelis Kitsing participated in a panel titled "The Role of Universities in Shaping Modern Societies: Different Paths to Success". He shared the stage with Przemysław Czarnek, the Polish Minister of Education and Science, as well as university leaders from Poland, France, the UK, and Ukraine. The panel delved into topics such as the transformative impact of university research on society. They also explored the roles of public and private institutions in education and discussed diverse funding models that could enhance accessibility to higher education while ensuring research independence and freedom.
Furthermore, Meelis Kitsing highlighted his book, "The Political Economy of Digital Ecosystems", in a distinct panel alongside Pal Peter Kolozs, the Director of Green Monetary Policy at the Central Bank of Hungary.
Such forums like Economic Forum showcase the extensive reach and impact of international partnerships, underscoring the vital role of global discussions in molding the future of education and economics.