The trend towards de-globalization
This event is organized by the Department of Global Business and Trade and will be held online only
Growing public discontent with globalization has led to increased nationalist and protectionist policies in economies around the globe. These policies affect how companies operate internationally, especially with regard to their global value chains, resulting in important implications for international development. In this panel, experts discuss the potential effects of a slower globalization or de-globalization on the economic development of emerging and developing countries.
Lecture / discussion:
Hafiz Mirza, Lead, Responsible Agricultural Investment Research, Agriculture & Investment Economic Law & Policy Programme, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), Canada/Switzerland
Annie Wei, Chair in International Business, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Abel Kinoti, Dean, School of Business, Founding Chair, Academy of International Business – Africa, Innovation and Social Business Incubation Consultant in Africa, China Research Based Study Program, Riara University, Nairobi, Kenya
Alex Mohr, Professor of International Business, Department of Global Business and Trade, WU
One on One with...
Alexander Mohr & Valentin Kiefner
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