Shifting political and economic landscapes. Simmering popular discontent. Increased fragmentation that threatens to slow growth and development. Are Brexit and "America First" aberrations—or signs of profound changes to globalization as we know it? Our 2017 autumn series will examine how interconnectedness affects global industries, including energy and emerging technologies. It begins with a keynote address by former US Attorney Preet Bharara and concludes with Professor Richard Baldwin's perspective on the future of globalization.
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Former US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara discusses the impact of current political volatility on the US Justice Department and global business.
A global perspective on the forces affecting sales and purchases of energy assets, financing transactions and compliance.
Cyber ethics: An evolving security paradigm
How to adopt cutting-edge technology solutions in the workplace while meeting legal and professional responsibilities in today's landscape of growing cyber threats.
The future of globalization and international trade
Professor Richard Baldwin, author of The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization draws on his White House experience, economics training and academic research to offer an intriguing framework to interpret world events.