George S. Yip, an Emeritus Professor of Marketing and Strategy at Imperial College London and a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Northeastern University, explored how Chinese companies are reinventing management control for the digital era through “digitally-enhanced directed autonomy.”
George S. Yip, Emeritus Professor of Marketing and Strategy at Imperial College London and a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Northeastern University, explored how Chinese companies are reinventing management control for the digital era through “digitally-enhanced directed autonomy.”
Vivek and Vandana Sharma India Lecture: Honeywell's Global Strategy and High-Growth Emerging Markets
Vimal Kapur, President and newly appointed CEO of Honeywell, shared his thoughts on Honeywell's Global Strategy and High-Growth Emerging Markets.
Ashish Chugh, a leading portfolio investor, and Ganesh Krishnamoorthy, Professor of Accounting at Northeastern University, discussed the merits of Hindenburg's claims against Adani Group's business practices, and what it means for corporate governance, the stock market, India's infrastructure growth, and the India brand.
Andre du Plessis, Co-Founder and former Chief Financial Officer of Capitec, shared his perspective on building a business in South Africa.
Edmund DiSanto, Executive Vice President and Senior Advisor to the CEO of American Tower Corporation, shared his insights regarding the potential hurdles and issues at entry, as well as critical early investment and organizational considerations.
Auroop Ganguly, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northeastern University, shared his personal journey building climate resilience. Professor Ganguly co-founded the climate analytics startup risQ, which models the complex financial risks posed by climate change.
Maria Ivanova, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Professor of Public Policy at Northeastern University, discussed the role of two small states—Rwanda and Peru—that successfully advocated for a resolution to end plastic pollution by 2040.
Preet S. Aulakh, Professor of Strategy and the Pierre Lassonde Chair in International Business at the Schulich School of Business, York University, discussed his recent book “Coping with Global Institutional Change – A Tale of India's Textile and Pharmaceutical Industries.”
Startups and entrepreneurship are taking off in Africa. Mezuo Nwuneli, Managing Partner at Sahel Capital, who has over 25 years of experience in finance and has invested in several companies in West Africa, discussed the role of private equity in Africa, with examples and insights from food, agriculture, and agribusiness.
Nardone Family Seminar: China's Belt and Road Initiative and International Business - The Overlooked Centrality of Politics
Arie Y. Lewin, Professor Emeritus of Strategy and International Business at Duke University, Fuqua School of Business, discussed his recent paper “China's Belt and Road Initiative and International Business: The Overlooked Centrality of Politics.”
The Center for Emerging Markets co-sponsored the Frontiers in International Business Conference. The theme of this year's conference was “Multinational Companies and Sustainability in Global Supply Chains.”
In partnership with the Consulate General of India of New York, the Center for Emerging Markets organized a high-level summit on India-U.S. partnership for innovation.
M. Sri Bharat, President of GITAM University, shared his thoughts on where higher education is headed in India and how GITAM is transforming itself with the goal of becoming one of the top global universities
Sixth Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference: Geopolitics, Emerging Markets, and Global Strategies
The Center for Emerging Markets co-organized the 6th Annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference. The theme of this year's conference was “Geopolitics, Emerging Markets, and Global Strategies.”