In spring 2017, David Bach, Senior Associate Dean at the Yale School of Management, taught an online course on populism, economic nationalism, and the anti-globalization movement. The course culminated in an event in which student finalists in an intensive research "hackathon" received live feedback from Bach, from former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, and from Michael Warren, managing principal of Albright Stonebridge Group.
Representatives from the Global Network’s 29 member schools gathered at the Yale School of Management for Business and Management Education in the Age of Contested Globalization, a three-day event that explored the critical issues facing global business today.
A three-day symposium from April 19 to 21 will bring deans, directors, faculty, students, alumni, and leaders of the Global Network’s 29 member schools to the Yale School of Management to celebrate the network’s accomplishments and consider the future of global management education.
Yale SOM Senior Associate Dean David Bach spoke with New York Times Magazine staff writer Emily Bazelon about the rise of Donald Trump and the role of economic insecurity and growing inequality in the United States during a Facebook Live session on February 28.
On February 23, Yale School of Management Senior Associate Dean David Bach discussed his course "The End of Globalization?" course with Eddie Gandevia, a student from Berkeley-Haas School of Business, following a guest lecture with Mark Blyth of Brown University.
The world is currently experiencing an upsurge in populism, economic nationalism, and anti-globalization rhetoric. Today, the principles on which the Global Network was founded are more important than ever.
Oxford Saïd plans to actively engage with the Global Network across a range of programs, likely including Global Network Weeks, faculty research initiatives, and executive education, creating opportunities in the United Kingdom, as well as connections to one of the world’s leading universities.