Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Hosted at the Offices of K&L Gates, LLP,
One Lincoln Street, Boston, MA
Join the distinguished fellows of the Center for Emerging Market Enterprises (CEME) of The Fletcher School, Tufts University as they debate the competitive advantages and potential Achilles heels of western multinationals and their newer emerging market-based counterparts. Get beyond the headlines with experts who are engaged in emerging thinking about Emerging Markets.
- How do the institutional hardware and software of Multinational Corporations (MNC) and Emerging Market Enterprises (EME) compare?
- Who is getting stronger, and in what ways?
- What does this portend for future investment and capital flows?
Be part of this provocative, engaging debate that will include an open forum for discussion and questions, followed by a networking reception.
||Introductions and Welcome|
Master of Ceremonies:Thomas F. Holt, Jr., Partner, K&L Gates, LLP; Fellow, CEME; Member, Fletcher School Board of Overseers
||The Debate: Where’s the Smart Money—MNCs vs. Emerging Market Enterprises?|
Presenters: Ari Axelrod, Fellow – Russia
Partha Ghosh, Fellow – India
Thomas Hout, Fellow – China
Chungwon Kang, Fellow – Korea
Moderator:Christopher Tunnard, Professor of Practice in International Business
Discussants:Additional CEME Fellows and Fletcher faculty
Participation from corporate attendees encouraged
To attend, please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org Monday, November 22, 2010**
For more information, contact Stacy Neal @ email@example.com or 617-627-4928
** Advance registration required for security purposes; no outside walk-ins will be admitted