International Political Economy: Analyzing How Systems of Power, Law, & Finance Impact Business
August 18 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm$200
Business people who need to make sense of the international economy often find it confusing and chaotic – until they learn to recognize how underlying structures of power, law, and finance can influence any country’s economic performance.
The training uses systems thinking to gain a deeper understanding of the interlocking relationship between each country’s legal system, financial system, and competitive economic structure. Global business people and investors will gain greater insight and clarity as we discuss the economic and business implications of Common Law vs. Civil Law systems, Bank Oriented vs. Financial Market systems, and Competitive vs. Concentrated economies.
Executives, investors or professional advisors such as attorneys in international roles or who must understand the international context when making business decisions, weighing investment choices or advising business leaders.
Brian Friedman CFA, CBE, GHP Investment Advisors – Brian is the President, Co-Founder, and Chief Investment Officer of GHP Investment Advisors, Inc. (GHPIA). Under Brian’s leadership, GHPIA’s client assets under management (AUM) grew from $10 million in 1999 to $1.4 billion today. Besides offering full-service personal wealth management, GHPIA operates a Global Markets division that allocates international portfolios according to a quantitative and qualitative analysis of a country’s approach to the rule of law. Brian, whose career includes stints as an economics analyst at the Brookings Institution and as an adjunct lecturer in economics at the University of Colorado at Denver, earned his B.A. in economics at the George Washington University and his M.B.A. at the University of Chicago.
This training counts for 4 hours towards the Certificate in International Trade.
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**The registration fee is nonrefundable within 7 days prior to the training. Participant substitutions can take place at any time.**