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The future of globalization: consequences of the pandemic on supply chains

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Jun 22
The future of globalization: consequences of the pandemic on supply chains

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Event Date: 
Monday, June 22, 2020 - 10:30am to 12:00pm
Online

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Center for Undergraduate Global Engagement
Join the Center for Undergraduate Global Engagement and the Columbia Global Centers for a panel on the future of globalization: consequences of the pandemic on supply chains. World renowned experts will explore topics such as: Why does the future of global supply chains matter? What are the consequences of threats to the collapse of supply chains and international trading systems, particularly in food, medicine, technology, and data? What is the impact of the global crisis and the U.S.-China trade war on the future of supply chains? What does history teach us about supply chains as a physical manifestation of globalization and an interconnected world? Panelists include: Ian Bremmer, President and Founder, Eurasia Group and GZERO Media Merit Janow, Dean, Columbia School of International and Public Affairs Ruth Defries, Professor of Ecology and Sustainable Development, Columbia University Martin Wolf, Chief Economist, Financial Times Introduced by: Safwan Masri, Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development at Columbia University Shannon Marquez, Dean of Undergraduate Global Engagement, Columbia College This seminar is brought to you by Columbia Global Centers as part of the Global Columbia Collaboratory, a new initiative developed in partnership with the Center for Undergraduate Global Engagement designed to give students the skills, understanding, and networks to grow into the leaders our world needs to thoughtfully address our increasingly complex challenges.