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[Lecture] The Impact of COVID-19 to International Business and Globalization

MAR . 25 2020
The COVID-19 epidemic has brought huge challenges to the whole world. In the face of this crisis, the impact of the epidemic on international business and globalization, and the challenges to Sino-US relations have become the focus of the public and aroused widespread discussion.


On March 25, we are very honored to invite Greg Hanifee, the Associate Dean of Kellogg School of Management and Li Ma, the Associate Dean of Guanghua School of Management to discuss the topic "The Impact of COVID-19 to International Business and Globalization" together. There will also be two alumni joining to share their insights on the topic. See you online!

Event details

Title: The Impact of COVID-19 to International Business and Globalization

Time: March 25, 2020 (Wednesday), 20:00-21:30 (Beijing Time)

Agenda:
1.    20:00-20:05   Opening
2.    20:05-20:20   Keynote Speech
3.    20:20-20:35   Keynote Speech
4.    20:35-21:15   Dialogue
5.    20:35-21:15   Dialogue

Speakers:



Greg Hanifee
Associate Dean
Kellogg School of Management
Professor of Management


Li Ma
Associate Dean
Guanghua School of Management
Professor of Organization and Strategic Management


Ken Poon
GK Alumni
Partner
XCap Partners


Mike Mladineo
GK Alumni
Owner
Mladineo Ventures/Arvete LLC

Resgistration: Please scan the QR code below to register for the event. Or click the link "http://tkwnkncgongon96t.mikecrm.com/DYaVaxT " to register for the event.



Introduction for Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program
The Guanghua-Kellogg EMBA Program is the first Sino-US joint EMBA Program on the Chinese mainland, bringing together the world-class faculties of two premier business schools and featuring a rigorous and cutting-edge curriculum. The program prepares executives with integrated management skills, Chinese business expertise, and a global perspective to lead their organizations in a dynamic environment.


Source: Guanghua School of Management, Peking University