The End of Globalization?
A new Global Network course hosted by the Yale School of Management explores the rise of populism, economic nationalism, and anti-globalization and their impact on business and society. The course, taught by Senior Associate Dean David Bach, invites guest lecturers from across Yale University and beyond to examine the drivers behind Brexit and Trump’s victory, the impact of globalization on jobs and inequality, radicalization and terrorism, and diminishing trust in institutions, among other topics.
Follow along through a series of articles and live video discussions.
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February 28, 2017
The Rise of Trump and Growing Inequality
Yale SOM Senior Associate Dean David Bach spoke with New York Times Magazine staff writer Emily Bazelon about the rise of Trump, the role of economic insecurity and growing inequality in the United States during a Facebook Live session.
February 27, 2017
'The End of Globalization?' Course Focuses on the Stories Beneath the Headlines
Yale School of Management Senior Associate Dean David Bach discussed his "The End of Globalization?" course with a student from Berkeley-Haas School of Business following a guest lecture with Mark Blyth of Brown University on February 23.
February 22, 2017
Europe’s Future Uncertain, Say Global Network Students
Yale SOM's David Bach discusses how students view the future of the EU following a conversation with David R. Cameron, professor of political science and director of European Union studies at Yale.
February 17, 2017
New Global Network Course Asks: The End of Globalization?
A new Global Network course examines the data behind the headlines of populist and anti-globalization movements.