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*On-Demand* Anticipating Global Market Forces to Prepare Future Leaders

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Date:1/14/2021

Time: 10:00 AM EST/ 3:00 PM GMT

Duration:60 minutes

As educators, we seek to navigate the complex landscape of international forces affecting political and economic stability. Against strong headwinds, colleges and universities must redefine their role. How can we adapt to this rapidly changing landscape? How can we anticipate and best prepare students to shape the future world?

Please join Bloomberg for Education and the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) for a roundtable conversation with leading international affairs professionals who are both practitioners and deans of schools. We will explore the global market forces that students will have to navigate in their professional lives.

APSIA is dedicated to the improvement of graduate education in international affairs. It brings together the leading graduate schools around the world that specialize in international affairs. They work to help students, schools, organizations, and partners transform themselves into effective agents of positive change.

Bloomberg for Education helps universities prepare students for the global job market by bringing the real world of finance into the classroom, providing students with access to the same information platform used by leading decision makers in business, finance, and government.

In this presentation, we will explore:

  • Critical stabilizing and destabilizing factors in the world and their potential impact on the markets
  • How these factors could alter the university experience globally going forward
  • Ways for universities to prepare future leaders for success in this altered world

Speakers

Danny Quah

Danny Quah is Li Ka Shing Professor in Economics and Dean at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS. He works on income inequality and on world order. In his research, he documents the variety of inequality experiences across economies to suggest that a single narrative on inequality is unlikely to be correct or helpful. On world order, he takes an economic approach to international systems, studying the supply and demand of world order: on the one hand, what international system the world’s superpowers provide, and on the other, what world order the global community needs. He uses this to recast analysis of global power shifts, the rise of the east, regional order, and models of global power relations. Additionally, he is a member of the Spence-Stiglitz Commission on Global Economic Transformation. He is the author of “The Global Economy’s Shifting Centre of Gravity.” He gave the third LSE-NUS lecture in 2013, and TEDx talks in 2016, 2014, and 2012. He was previously Assistant Professor of Economics at MIT, and then Professor of Economics and International Development, and Director of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre at LSE. He had also served as LSE’s Head of Department for Economics, and Council Member on Malaysia’s National Economic Advisory Council. He studied at Princeton, Minnesota, and Harvard.

Enrico Letta

Since 2015, Enrico Letta has been the Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) at Sciences Po in Paris and since 2016, the President of the Jacques Delors Institute. In June 2019, he was elected President of APSIA (Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs). He was the Prime Minister of Italy (2013-2014). Previously, he served as Minister for EU Affairs (1998-1999), as Minister for Industry, Commerce and Crafts (2000), as Minister for Industry, Commerce and Crafts and Foreign Trade (2000-2001), and as Undersecretary of State to the Prime Minister of the centre-left government led by Romano Prodi from 2006 to 2008. Between 2001 and 2015, he was Member of the Italian Parliament, excluding between 2004 and 2006 when he was Member of the European Parliament. From 1993 to May 2013, he managed an independent think tank, Arel, founded by the late Beniamino Andreatta. He was also Vice Chairman of Aspen Institute Italia, President of the Italy-Spain Dialogue Forum, and a member of the Trilateral Commission. He was born in Pisa in 1966 and he spent the first years of his life in Strasbourg. He graduated in International Law at the University of Pisa and obtained a PhD in European Union Law at the School for Advanced Studies “Sant’Anna” of Pisa (Italy). He is the author of many books on international and economic affairs, with particular reference to EU enlargement.

Joel Weber

Joel Weber has been the editor of Bloomberg Businessweek since January 2018. Prior to that he was the editor of Bloomberg Markets magazine. Before joining Bloomberg in 2012, Weber worked at ESPN The Magazine, Men’s Health, Best Life, and Men’s Journal. He's helped win a Gerald Loeb Award as well as two National Magazine Awards, been a finalist for another two, and also co-authored The Men’s Health Big Book of Food & Nutrition. Weber has a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Oregon.

Rachel Kyte

Rachel Kyte is the 14th dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University. A 2002 graduate of Fletcher’s Global Master of Arts Program and a professor of practice at the school since 2012, she is the first woman to lead the nation’s oldest graduate-only school of international affairs. Prior to joining Fletcher, she served as special representative of the UN secretary-general and chief executive officer of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL). She previously was the World Bank Group vice president and special envoy for climate change, leading the Bank Group’s efforts to shift its operations and campaign for the Paris Agreement. In her UN role and as CEO of SEforAll, a nonprofit public/private platform created from an initiative of the UN secretary-general, Kyte led efforts to promote and finance clean, affordable energy and low-carbon growth as part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals in the context of the Paris Agreement. She grew SEforALL into an organization that employs more than forty staff and has partnerships with companies, governments, and civil society organizations. She earned her undergraduate degree in history and politics from the University of London.

Susana Malcorra

Susana Malcorra became Dean of the IE School of Public and Global Affairs in March 2020. She was Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship of the Argentine Republic from December 2015 to July 2017. After her resignation as Foreign Minister, she was appointed Minister Advisor by President Mauricio Macri and, in that capacity, she was the Chairperson of the WTO Ministerial Conference hosted by Argentina in December 2017. She became Dean of the IE School of Public and Global Affairs in March 2020. She holds a degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Rosario and has 25 years’ professional experience in business in the technology sector. She began her corporate career as a Systems Engineer at IBM, eventually moving up to CEO at Telecom Argentina, the third-largest company in Argentina at the time. In early 2004, she joined the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). She served as COO of the WFP. In May 2008, United Nations Secretary-General appointed her Under-Secretary-General for the recently created Department of Field Support, where she provided logistical, communications, personnel, and financial support services to Peacekeeping Operations, overseeing a budget of $8B. In April 2012, she was appointed Chief of Staff to the Secretary-General. Thus, in addition to her long career as an executive, she has invaluable experience in the diplomatic field, including a range of activities from handling negotiations with various countries (including Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Chad, Somalia, Afghanistan) to the approval by the General Assembly of strategic, financial, and budgetary matters involving over $9B. Among other specific tasks, she coordinated the Mission on the Elimination of Syrian Chemical Weapons and the first Health Mission for Ebola Emergency Response in West Africa. She has been affiliated with multiple think tanks, foundations and NGOs related to matters of democracy, global governance, leadership and gender. She’s a member of several boards of both business and non-profit organizations.
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