One of the new initiatives of the World Economic Forum is one entitled “The Great Reset”. One of the leading figures in this initiative is Klaus Schwab. But who is actually Klaus Schwab?
One of the new initiatives of the World Economic Forum is one entitled “The Great Reset “. Klaus Schwab is one of the leading figures in this initiative. He wants a “great new beginning” and is a transhumanist. His ideas find widespread use among the political and economic elites.
But who is actually Klaus Schwab?
Klaus Schwab, born in 1938, is a German economist. He is the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum and various other foundations.
Schwab grew up as the son of a factory director in Ravensburg. He studied mechanical engineering in Zurich where he received his doctorate in technical sciences in 1965. He studied business administration at the University of Freiburg until 1963, where he received his doctorate in economics in 1967. Then he went to the US and studied at Harvard University. There he received the “Master of Public Administration” (MPA) degree.
He then began his career as an economist, and from 1972 to 2003 he was Professor of Corporate Policy at the University of Geneva.
World Economic Forum – Supervisory Boards – Bilderberger
Schwab is a member of the supervisory and administrative boards of several international companies. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Conferences.
In 1971 he founded the “European Management Conference” foundation, which in 1987 was renamed the “World Economic Forum”. Every year, this brings together leaders from the international economy in Davos, Switzerland. Politicians have also attended the meeting since 1974. Increasingly, the event has become a rendezvous for elites from all over the world, a place for important discussions.
The annual meeting in Davos is seen by many critics as a symbol of the exercise of power by a neoliberal elite over the heads of the citizens.