As the world population continues to grow and natural resources become increasingly scarce, there is a growing need to promote sustainable economic growth. This could involve exploring new models for economic development that prioritize environmental sustainability and social equity, such as practices of Islamic macroeconomics, which emphasizes the role of institutions, in ensuring equitable distribution of wealth and resources for all humankind. Therefore, a future economic agenda should offer a unique approach to economic development and financial stability grounded in diligent principles as well as values, while supporting needful innovation and technology, if not already in place.
Undeniably, a tenable economic agenda will offer significant prospects for the future. To achieve this, the 14th WIEF in Abu Dhabi will bring together leaders, experts, entrepreneurs, and experienced individuals to focus on how countries can work together to create a more sustainable future, the need for sustainability in the global economy, ways to maximize economic growth and ensure the benefits of growth are shared fairly across society through policies and collaborations of governments, enterprises, and individuals.