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.”
Frontiers in International Business Conference
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.”
Summit: India-U.S. Partnership for Innovation
The Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University and the Consulate General of India, New York organized a high-level summit on India-U.S. partnership for innovation. Speakers explored innovation in sectors ranging from water, renewable energy, and communications, to electronics, digital businesses, healthcare, and space exploration.
Distinguished Speaker Series: Outlook for Higher Education in India
In this talk, 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.”
Vivek and Vandana Sharma India Lecture: Redesign the World
Sam Pitroda, influential policymaker, inventor, and entrepreneur, reflected on his professional journey, culminating in his most recent book, “Redesign the World: A Global Call to Action”
Nardone Family Seminar: How an Accounting Professor runs an India Innovation Institute
Partha Mohanram, John H. Watson Chair in Value Investing and Director of the India Innovation Institute at the University of Toronto, discussed his India Innovation Journey and shared some thoughts on the role of academics centres in fostering development, peace and prosperity in South Asia.
Nardone Family Seminar: When and How Refugees Thrive in Host Countries
Featuring C. Annique Un, Associate Professor of International Business & Strategy at Northeastern University, the talk analyzed how refugees can contribute to resettlement countries by becoming innovative employees.
Women Who Empower Africa
Sponsored by the Center for Emerging Markets, the event featured Rania Belkahia, Partner at EQT Ventures and Co-founder of Afrimarket
China Lecture: U.S.-China Relationship Going Forward
Jack F. Perkowski, Founder and Chairman of JFP Holdings, explored the economic and political issues facing the US and China's bilateral relationship, as well as what it means for businesses in both countries.
Africa Business Conference
The conference, sponsored by the Center for Emerging Markets, featured policymakers, CEOs, and experts on the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Africa.
Distinguished Speaker Series: The Future of the Global Supply Chain
The Center for Emerging Markets Distinguished Speaker Series. Spencer Fung shed light upon the future of Global Supply Chain.
Nardone Family Seminar: The Future of Competitive Strategy
Featuring Mohan Subramaniam, Associate Professor at Carroll School of Management in Boston College. This talk presented an overview of Professor Mohan's upcoming book that offers a modern perspective of competitive strategy that is anchored on data and digital ecosystems.
China Insights Series: How the U.S. and Europe Can Catch Up with China in Digital Retailing
A China Insights Series Event. George Yip will explain what China is doing in seven key stages of the customer journey in retailing and what Western companies can learn, and what they cannot.
China Insights Series: Innovation Strategies for Foreign Companies in China
George Yip explained what foreign multinational companies need to do to transform their R&D strategies to keep pace with newly innovative Chinese companies.