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

 

 
January
29
2020
5:00 – 6:30PM
World Today Discussion Series on “Protests in Hong Kong, Paris and around the World: Making Sense of the Turmoil — A Socioeconomic and Business Perspective,” UCLA Anderson School of Management

Open to UCLA Anderson students, faculty and by invitation only. Bruin IDs required. For more details and to register>>

February
1
2020
The Los Angeles Global Health Conference, “2020 and Beyond: Spotlight on a Shared Future,” Covel Commons at UCLA

The Los Angeles Global Health Conference (LAGHC) is an annual global health conference hosted in Southern California. LAGHC is organized by students from medicine, public health, and other disciplines from universities all over the region, including UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Fielding School of Public Health, Undergraduate Departments, and USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, among others, the conference aims to educate and connect with members of the Los Angeles communities about the varying disparities both in our backyards and around the world. The UCLA Anderson Center for Global Management is a sponsor of the event. Home to individuals from more than 140 countries speaking 224 different languages, Los Angeles's rich cultural diversity makes it an ideal place to examine the current status of world health. The Los Angeles Global Health Conference provides an interactive educational forum to discuss innovative ways to tackle health disparities—locally and globally. This year’s conference theme is “2020 and Beyond: Spotlight on a Shared Future.” Given the current global events, focusing on humility and transparency is key to successfully address health disparities both in our backyard and abroad. The 2020 conference seeks to bring together individuals from various backgrounds to create a dialogue that informs and equips our future global health leaders. For more details and to register, please visit >>

February
6
2020
5:00 – 6:30PM
Center for Global Management Annual Networking Reception with Students and Faculty – Strengthening Global Intellectual and Social Connections between Faculty and Students, UCLA Anderson School of Management

The Center for Global Management’s annual networking reception provides an opportunity for UCLA Anderson students to learn about the global opportunities available at UCLA Anderson both on campus and abroad. Travel abroad with the CGM’s global immersion and F/EMBA international exchange courses, make a global impact with the center’s support for international field study projects, learn a language, specialize in global management, enroll in on-campus global management courses and participate in the CGM’s on-campus programming. Interact with faculty who teach global courses, as well as with students across degree programs who have traveled abroad, enrolled in global courses and engaged with the center’s programming. Open to UCLA Anderson students and by invitation only. RSVP required. Bruin ID must be presented. For more information, please contact global@anderson.ucla.edu.

February
26
2020
6:30 – 9:00PM
Global Business and Policy Forum “Wealth Taxes: Good Idea or False Promise”? UCLA Anderson School of Management

Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have both proposed ambitious wealth taxes as part of a plan to reduce inequality in the United States. These taxes will take from the very rich and use the revenue to support government programs for those at the bottom and middle of the income distribution. While the U.S. is considering adopting wealth taxes, most of the rest of the world have repealed them. Join the UCLA Anderson Center for Global Management and UCLA School of Law’s Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy in hosting Eric Zolt, Michael H. Schill Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus for an examination of the arguments for and against a wealth tax, the likely revenue and economic consequences, and the administrative challenges of taxing the very wealthy. This forum is a collaborative partnership between the Center for Global Management and 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 >>

April
17
2020
The 2020 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference: A Technology Driven Transformation of Society Enterprises and Consumers, UCLA Anderson School of Management

A notable technology-driven transformation is occurring in the Greater China region. This transformation has been enabled by government policy, changes in consumer preference and the Chinese consumers’ willingness to share data and try new services, availability of capital, pace of adoption and enterprise driven innovation. Leapfrog innovation is notable in many areas including artificial intelligence, payments and high speed, 5G mobile networks. Meanwhile, steady advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and internet services are disrupting traditional industries and enabling new business models. Technology-based transformations in socially important sectors such as healthcare, education, and transportation are helping address societal issues. The ability to understand China’s unique environment and context is an essential element of “contextual leadership” and important for rising global leaders—understanding the uniqueness of China but also understanding innovation practices of interest for the rest of the world.

The 2020 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference will bring together successful U.S. and Chinese leaders, innovators, influencers and academics from a variety of industries and sectors for a day-long conversation. Experts will share their thoughts and perspectives on how technology is driving the transformation of society, enterprises, and consumers around the world with a focus on China and the U.S. and the contextual leadership that is imperative in the evolving global economic landscape. For more information, please visit the 2020 conference website.

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Past Events Highlights

past events highlights
Robertson Lecture Series on What the World Thinks: Big Data Analytics and Its Impact on Business, the Public Sector and Global Public Opinion
past events highlights
2019 Latin American Business Conference: A Road Map for Latin America’s Future - Keynote Address
past events highlights
2019 Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference: Chinese Millennials and the Emerging Middle Class
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