Future of Supply Chain and Globalization - Interview with Geoffrey Garrett
Updated: Aug 2, 2021
Coronavirus: What will the pandemic mean for globalization? In this interview with Geoffrey Garrett, the Dean at the USC Marshall School of Business and former Dean at the Wharton School, we discuss the impacts on global trade and commerce as a result of the pandemic and the preceding trade war.
Geoffrey Garret is distinguished international political economist. His expertise on world politics, business and the global economy, as well as on U.S./China relations, is sought after by major media organizations around the world.
In this interview you will learn
What is the global impact of decoupling economic ties between China and the U.S.
How did COVID shine a spotlight on the challenges of the global trade network
What is the future of higher education after COVID?
The interview is dedicated to Southern California Counseling Center (SCCC) which works with volunteers to change lives and strengthen communities by providing affordable mental health care to people in need (https://sccc-la.org/)
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