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Fifth Annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference (GSEM) Theme: Competing in the Digital World
Cornell University Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) and partners — The University of Texas at Dallas Center for Global Business (CGB), Northeastern University Center for Emerging Markets (CEM), and the University of Miami Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) — are pleased to announce the fifth annual Global Strategy and Emerging Markets Conference (GSEM). The the...
Along with the conference, the Fourth Cornell Emerging Markets Institute Annual Case Competition will be held on November 6th. The theme is ‘Ten years that changed Emerging Markets’. The competition will focus on identifying and answering questions that real businesses and management face in relation with Emerging Markets.
This pitch competition is part of the flagship event of the institute - EMI Annual Conference. The conference brings leading academics, business leaders, and students from diverse geographies and industries to share their experiences and thoughts about the future.This year, on the 10th anniversary of the EMI at SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University, the theme is ‘Ten Years that...
Part of the Ronald and Janette Gatty series
Roger Nelson, Curator, National Gallery Singapore
Dec 10, 2020: The somatic-security industrial complex: theorizing the political economy of informationalized biology
Peace and Conflict Studies Institute Reading Group for December 10.
Rebecca Hester, Assistant Professor, Department of Science, Technology, and Society, Virginia Tech will join us for a discussion of “The somatic-security industrial complex: theorizing the political economy of informationalized biology,” Review of International Political Economy, Vol 20, issue 1, 2020, 98-124.
This piece is co-authored with Owain D. Williams, Lecturer in International Relations, School of Politics & International Studies, University of Leeds.
Note that only Rebecca Hester will join us. Please note that the author will not give a formal presentation of their work, so it is best to read in advance.
Please pre-register at https://cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwvceGvrzwrHNSicEtRjCZE3DAdURPkDlPH, and a link to the reading will be sent to you with the registration confirmation. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Science & Technology Studies.
Speaker: Miki Kaneda, Music, Musicology, Boston University
What can graphic musical scores tell us about sounds yet to be heard, as well as the stories that may be told about their creators and their worlds? This talk examines two exhibitions of graphic scores, both held in Tokyo in 1962. Miki Kaneda offers a historical perspective on the role of graphic scores in locating Japan as a meeting place for a transnational avant-garde.
Faculty host: Andrew Campana, Asian Studies