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

 

 
APRIL
15-18
2019
UCLA’s 7th Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival: Women Voices

The 7th Annual Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival, organized by the UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese will celebrate women filmmakers. The four-day festival will feature screenings of ten films from directors from countries including Chile, Mexico, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Spain and the United States. The screenings will take place at various venues on the UCLA campus such as the James Bridge Theater and the Charles E. Young Research Library Presentation Room. All screenings will be followed by a Q&A session with the film’s directors as well as professors from various departments on campus and will also include a light reception. The opening night will include a screening of “Real Women Have Curves” (United States, 2002), followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, Patricia Cardoso at the James Bridge Theater and the closing night will include a screening of “As Boas Maneiras” (Brazil 2017), directed by Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra, and will be followed by a Q&A with Juliana Rojas. The Annual Latin American, Latinx and Iberian Film Festival: Women’s Voices is organized and presented by the UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese and sponsored by various units on campus, including the Center for Global Management, Latin American Institute, Center for Southern Cone Studies, Program for Caribbean Studies, Department of Gender Studies and the LGBTQ Studies Program, among others. The screenings are free and open to the public. For more details on the dates and topics for the screenings, and to register, please visit>>

APRIL
19
2019
11:30AM-7:00PM
The 2019 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference: A DIALOGUE ACROSS THE PACIFIC

The 2019 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference will bring together successful U.S. and Chinese leaders, investors and influencers who will share their perspectives on the changing dynamics of U.S.-China relations, and the implications and future of the U.S.-Sino relationship. They will discuss new and creative investment strategies and partnerships, and the importance of cross-border collaboration that embraces cooperation, stimulates innovation, drives sustainable economic growth and facilitates cross-border growth and expansion. They will also provide an analysis on the current state and future outlook of the two largest economies in the world and discuss the importance of innovation, collaboration, and new technology. For more information, please visit >>

APRIL
29
2019
5:00PM-6:30PM
World Today Discussion Series “U.S.-China Conflict and the Case of Huawei: Business, Policy and Legal Issues and Implications”

Huawei is the world's No. 1 telecommunications equipment maker, despite being effectively shut out of the U.S. market. The company has spent decades building a strong presence in markets around the world and last year, overtook Apple as the second biggest supplier of smartphones. The detention in Canada of Huawei’s CFO for extradition to the U.S. caused major concerns in international business, particularly among companies and executives in the telecoms and technology sectors. Huawei's rise as a global tech company is under threat as an increasing number of governments express concern that its technology could provide a back-door for the Chinese authorities. The assault on Huawei's business reflects the increasingly bitter rivalry between Beijing and Washington over who will control the technologies of the future. There is particular concern about the security of 5G because it will be used to carry vast amounts of data, connecting robots, autonomous vehicles and other sensitive devices. Join the Center for Global Management (CGM) and Professor Christine Loh, in a moderated discussion with technology and legal experts who will explore the business, policy and legal issues surrounding the Huawei case. They will address the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.S. trade sanctions, cyber-based national security issues and how these have accelerated as well as how U.S. law might be used. They also will examine the possible wider implications and scenarios that could evolve from these positions and how the cost and timing of 5G rollout might also be influenced. Open to students from UCLA Anderson, UCLA School of Law and UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and by Invitation Only. RSVP required. For more details and to register>>

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Past Events Highlights

past events highlights
Robertson Lecture Series on Global Business Leadership: Leadership in the Midst of Disruptive Change
past events highlights
2018 Latin American Conference: Latin America – From Opportunity to Action
past events highlights
2018 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference: A New Era of Economic Ties and Bilateral Investment for the U.S. and China
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