We would like to invite to the upcoming Alumni event. Dr. Farrokh Langdana will be giving a mini lecture entitled “Trump, Tariffs, and Trade Wars: An Approaching Dark Age, or Just a Passing Storm?“. In addition to this lecture, there will be tons of networking.
Instructions from Prof. Langdana: “Bring colored pencils—this is going to be an intense session. :))”
The event details are as follows:
Date: 27 August 2017 (Sunday)
Time: 5.30pm – 8pm
Venue: The Commons @ 1 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089109
RSVP by: 22 August 2017
Cost – FREE to alumni, $12 to the general public (contact Kenneth or Stephanie if you haven’t received your code).
Come and listen to a seminar topic from our fantastic professor, Prof. Farrokh Langdana, and network with existing students and alumni.
5.30pm – Registration
5.50pm – Welcome by Stephanie Krishnan, Executive Director of RBS Asia Pacific
6.00pm – Macro mini lecture by Dr. Farrokh Langdana
7.00pm – Networking
8.00pm – End of event
Parking is available at the Pinnacle @ Duxton. Weekend HDB parking rates apply.
We will be looking forward to catch up with you again very soon!
About the Professor:
Dr. Langdana’s areas of specialization include monetary and fiscal theory and international trade and global macroeconomic policy. His research deals with macroeconomic experimentation and the role of stabilization policy in an expectations-driven economy. He has published several articles as well as five books in this area. His new book, co-authored with Peter Murphy and published by Springer Press, is titled “International Trade and Global Macropolicy.”
Dr. Langdana is the recipient of the Horace dePodwin Research Award and more than 30 teaching awards, including the highest possible teaching award at Rutgers University — the Warren I. Susman Award. He also has received Rutgers Business School’s Paul Nadler Award for Excellence in Teaching. From 2011 to 2013, the Award for Excellence in teaching in the MBA Program was named the Farrokh Langdana Teaching Excellence Award.
A professor in the Finance and Economics Department at Rutgers Business School, Dr. Langdana is also director of the globally ranked and highly regarded Rutgers Executive MBA Program. Dr. Langdana was recently interviewed by The Wall Street Journal where he discusses how the Rutgers EMBA program evolves constantly to meet the changing needs and demands of the global executive workplace. He has been director since 1997.