Shawn Bhimani presented his research on human trafficking as part of the Center for Emerging Markets Nardone Speaker Series.
The Center for Emerging Markets hosted associate professor of accounting, Kelvin Liu, for a conversation on corporate budgeting as a part of its Nardone Speaker Series.
Emeritus Professor George Yip of Imperial College London presented his research on the emerging paths of innovation in Chinese companies.
India's Ambassador to the US presented at this invitation-only event to celebrate the inauguration of the New England Chapter of the Indian American Chamber of Commerce.
The Cornell Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) annual conference, co-sponsored by CEM, was held at the Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island.
CEM Director Ravi Ramamurti participated in a panel highlighting the perspectives of several global business leaders.
Lilac Nachum, Professor of International Business at Baruch College, presented on the theory of reputation building by subsidiaries of multinational enterprises in foreign host countries.
The Center for Emerging Markets co-sponsored the student-organized Brasa Summit.
Ashutosh Varshney, Sol Goldman Professor of International Studies at Brown University, spoke about the achievements and deficits of Indian democracy
Karine Hirn presented on investing in emerging and frontier markets, with a focus on Shanghai and Moscow.
This mini-conference brought together scholars from a variety of academic disciplines to explore how state capitalism works in the present day.
The conference explored the impact of digitalization and innovation on growth markets across the globe, and the associated opportunities and challenges.
After more than a year of rocky US-China trade relations, how are global firms changing or adapting their China strategy? These questions and more were answered by the CEOs and CXOs of companies such as Li & Fung (Hong Kong), Hasbro, PCCW-Media Group (Hong Kong), PerkinElmer, Enright, Scott & Associates and others.
John Davis presented, “Ensuring a Well-Functioning Board for the Family Business.”
Michael J. Enright presented “Developing China: the Impact of Foreign Companies on China's Economy.”