Michael Enright, Pierre Choueiri Family Professor of Global Business at Northeastern University, disentangled the complex web of Party, State, and corporate actors that drive the Chinese business system.
An exciting and engaging conversation with distinguished global family business leaders.
Professor Ravi Sarathy presented on Digital Money and Payments Revolution as part of the Center for Emerging Markets Nardone Seminar Series.
This webinar was organized by the Chinese Globalization Association and is based on a 2-volume study of Huawei's globalization.
Fifth Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference: “Competing in a Digital World” | Northeastern U., Cornell U., UT-Dallas & Simon Fraser U.
The theme of GSEM 2020 was “Competing in the Digital Word.”
Professor Sonia Rolland discussed themes from her recent co-authored book Emerging Powers in the International Economic Order.
CEM Co-sponsored the conference on “Ten Years that Changed Emerging Markets,” organized by Cornell University's Emerging Markets Institute.
Viral V. Acharya, New York University C.V.Starr Professor of Economics and former Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India, discussed his recent book.
Indra Nooyi, member of Amazon's Board of Directors and former CEO of PepsiCo, discussed her management philosophy and insights on the future of the corporation.
This workshop helped participants learn to design research studies that are likely to be of interest to managerial journals, to write managerial papers
and to negotiate the publishing process.
This presentation by Professor Wendy E. Parmet discussed the key findings of a report, “Assessing Legal Responses to COVID-19”.
Yasheng Huang, Epoch Foundation Professor of International Management and Faculty Director of Action Learning at the MIT Sloan School of Management, explored what may lie ahead of US-China relations in a post-pandemic world.
Peter J. Williamson, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, discussed his co-authored book, “Ecosystem Edge: Sustaining competitiveness in the face of disruption.” The talk was moderated by Fernando Suarez.
This event was part of the D'Amore-McKim COVID19 Resilience Talk Series, which drew upon the expertise of D'Amore-McKim faculty, alumni, parents, and friends to provide a platform for our community to engage in conversation around the COVID-19 crisis. This conversation helped innovators at all levels looking to bring change to their organizations and provided reflections on how the COVID-19 crisis provides challenges and opportunities.
George. S Yip, Emeritus Professor of Marketing and Strategy at Imperial College London and Distinguished Visiting Professor at Northeastern University, and Arnaud Thiercelin, former head of R&D for DJI, discussed innovation trends in Chinese companies.