Events

The Center for Global Management supports, sponsors, and hosts events including symposiums, forums, conferences and seminars, and invites guest speakers with expertise in key regions of the world to discuss critical issues that impact global business, policy and the global political economy. UCLA Anderson students, faculty, alumni, as well as the UCLA community and citizens of greater Los Angeles are invited and encouraged to attend many of our events.

Global
Conferences
Global Management Speaker and Lecture Series
Global Business and Policy Forum
The World Today Discussion Series
Robertson
Lectures on
Global Business Leadership
Brown Bag Luncheons / Dinners for Eight
External Collaborative Partnerships
Other UCLA Events

Upcoming Events

 

 

 
MAR
03
2017
8:30am-7:00pm
2017 Latin American Business Conference: LATIN AMERICA FROM UNCERTAINTY TO OPPORTUNITY, UCLA Anderson School of Management

The 2017 Latin American Business Conference will gather prominent influential leaders from both the private and public sector, to address the opportunities and concerns of the region. They will share their experiences, insights and forecasts on the economic and social trends and main issues, as well as the business and investment opportunities for Latin America and its important and influential role in the global economy. Latin America continues its social transformation, improving infrastructure, developing human capital, and fostering economic conditions to bridge the gap between uncertainty and opportunity, shaping a brighter future for its people, business and trading partners. For more information on the schedule, speakers and registration for the 2017 Conference, please visit >>

MAR
08
2017
6:30pm-9:00pm
Global Business & Policy Forum “The Beginning of a New Europe: What Will Happen After Brexit?” UCLA Faculty Center

Javier Díaz Giménez, Visiting Professor of Economics IESE Business School, Spain and Sebastian Edwards, Henry Ford II Chair in International Management, UCLA Anderson

 

The Future of the European Integration project and the future of the Euro is, once again, one of the major global risks factors for 2017. British Prime Minister Teresa May has promised to formally initiate Brexit sometime in March. The first round of the French Presidential election will be held on April 23 and the German general elections must be held before October 22. Italy is in its usual turmoil, aggravated by the failed referendum and the stepping down of Prime Minister Renzi, and Spain has a fragmented parliament, a minority government, and the threat of Catalonian independence. Portugal might need another bailout and the Greek pile of debt remains as unsustainable as it ever was. Will the European project and the Euro make it through this year? What will it take to keep Europe together? What might happen if it comes apart? Join Professors Javier Díaz Giménez and Sebastian Edwards for a discussion that will address these questions and more to provide insights and perspectives on the future of Europe and what 2017 holds for the continent post Brexit.  This forum is a collaborative partnership between the Center for Global Management and the UCLA School of Law's Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy. Open to UCLA Anderson and Law School Students and by Invitation Only. RSVP required. For more details and to register>>

APR
20
2017
10:00am-3:00pm
2017 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference, DAY 1 - Real Estate Symposium: China's Surging Direct and Indirect Investment in U.S. Real Estate Markets - Trends, Drivers, Opportunities and Implications: Is it Sustainable?, UCLA Anderson School of Management

The 2017 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference Real Estate Symposium will bring together successful and influential U.S. and Chinese investors, developers, consultants and advisors to discuss trends and China-themed assets and explore what Chinese investments mean for the United States. They will review investment trends, motivations and drivers of various Chinese investors as well as sources of Chinese capital flowing into U.S. real estate and examine success stories of various investment and development strategies. They will also discuss the benefits and impediments posed by this wave of investment in commercial and residential property and consider its sustainability. By invitation only. For more information on the 2017 Conference, please visit >>

APR
21
2017
12:30pm-7:00pm
2017 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference, DAY 2 - Main Conference Session: A NEW CHAPTER FOR U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS – INVESTMENT, GROWTH STRATEGIES AND COLLABORATION OPPORTUNITIES, UCLA Anderson School of Management

The 2017 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference will bring together successful U.S. and Chinese leaders, investors and influencers from across a variety of industries and sectors who will address these questions and share their thoughts and perspectives on the changing dynamics, implications and future of the U.S.-Sino relationship. They will discuss investment opportunities, growth strategies and cross-border collaboration that embrace cooperation, stimulate innovation, drive sustainable economic growth and facilitate cross-border growth and expansion in this new chapter for one of the world’s most important and strategic relationships. Additional details and registration will be available shortly. For more information on the 2017 Conference, please visit >>

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Past Events Highlights

past events highlights
Robertson Lecture Series on Global Business Leadership with George Roberts, Co-Founder of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR)
past events highlights
2016 Latin American Business Conference: LATIN AMERICA: SURGING AS THE NEXT BUSINESS FRONTIER
past events highlights
2016 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference - Panel Discussion: Surging Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate Markets
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