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“Is the Free Trade Era Over? What is the Next Stage and How Can Global Business Prepare?"

Farrokh Langdana Director of the Rutgers NJ Executive MBA Program

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : August 26, 2016

Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Price : $25.00

Description

EVENT IS POSTPONED TILL FURTHER NOTICE


Is there something “broken” in the conventional Ricardian Free-Trade Model that has nourished great waves of globalization over the last three decades? Where are the jobs that are supposed to replace the ones that are “lost” to foreign competition? Where are the new IT-driven technologies that will take us to the “next big thing?”  Is the specter of global protectionism on the rise again? What implications does all this have for global organizations? How will all this affect US businesses seeking to navigate through global economic uncertainty and the exit of Britain from the EU?

Professor Farrokh Langdana, Director of the Rutgers NJ Executive MBA Program, will attempt to put all this in perspective.

This session will be of particular interest to companies who need to fully understand the economic backdrop to survive and thrive in this increasingly uncertain business world. 

About the Speaker:

Farrokh Langdana
Director of the Rutgers NJ Executive MBA Program

Dr. Langdana's areas of specialization include monetary and fiscal theory and international trade and global macroeconomic policy.  His research deals with macroeconomic experimentation and the role of stabilization policy in an expectations-driven economy.  He has published several articles as well as five books in this area.  He has co-authored a book published by Springer Press, titled "International Trade and Global Macropolicy."

Dr. Langdana is the recipient of the Horace dePodwin Research Award and more than 35 teaching awards, including the highest possible teaching award at Rutgers University -- the Warren I. Susman Award. Dr. Langdana has been named in Business Week as one of the two Most Popular Business Professors at Rutgers University. Additionally, he has received Rutgers Business School's Paul Nadler Award for Excellence in Teaching and from 2011 to 2013, the Award for Excellence in teaching in the MBA Program was named the Farrokh Langdana Teaching Excellence Award.  More recently, he was awarded the Dean's Meritorious Teaching Award by Dean Lei, and the Rutgers MBA class of 2016 presented him with the Outstanding Professor Award for 2016.  
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