Wharton Speaker Series with Professor Mauro Guillen

Date and Time
Friday, September 7, 2018
12:15pm— 2:15pm
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Hong Kong Club Building
3A Chater Road Central
Hong Kong
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Wharton Professor Mauro Guillen, is no stranger to our alumni who have attended recent Wharton Global Forum's where Prof Guillen has lead many plenary sessions with his incisive analysis on global economic trends and geo-politics, which have been very popular with our alumni for their in-depth econometric data rich analysis backed with a lucid presentation style.

The Wharton Club of Hong Kong (WCHK) is delighted to announce that we have invited Prof Guillen to speak on a very topical and provocative subject of "USA-China Trade War, Who will Win?".

He will address Club members and guests over lunch on September 7th at the Hong Kong Club. Joseph W. Ferrigno III, Wharton Club Founding President and Governor, will host the event

Event and Registration Details
Date: September 7th 2018
Time: 12:15 - 12:30 PM registration, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM lunch and speaker's address
Venue: The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong
Price: HKD 450 (non-refundable), including lunch
Young Alumni Price: HKD 400 (non-refundable), for Penn-Wharton MBA / undergrad alumni 2014 or later
Dress Code: Business attire. Please note HK Club has a dress code that is strictly enforced.
Guests: WCHK welcomes guests of our alumni at the same price of HKD 450 (non-refundable)

TO REGISTER: please make payment to The Wharton Club of HK via payment to the Club's account at HSBC (502-411531-001) with receipt emailed to Sanjay Khanduri ([email protected]). Please also mention any dietary restrictions (vegetarian etc).

About the Speaker

Mauro F. Guillén
Mauro F. Guillen is the Anthony L. Davis Director of the Lauder Institute and the Dr. Felix Zandman Professor of International Management at the Wharton School. His research deals with international political economy, the internationalization of the firm, and the diffusion of technological innovations. He is a recipient of the Aspen Institute’s Faculty Pioneer Award, a frequent blogger for the World Economic Forum, and a trustee of the Royal Foundation Princesa de Asturias of Spain.

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