ABOUT THE EMBA CONFERENCE
The global business world is now being reconfigured by a decoupling between the world’s two largest economies, the U.S. and China, after decades of interdependence. The curent trade and currency wars are resulting in a world with greater risk, more volatility and slower economic growth. As a consequence, business leaders need to embrace the new paradigm that geopolitical risk is likely to play a more central role in shaping markets in the decade ahead.
The conference will deal with the lessons of History, comparing the recent analysis of Graham Allison (Destined for war – America, China and Thucydides’s Trap) with the key of readings provided by economic historian Fernand Braudel...
The conference will be followed by a cocktail with alumni, participants, faculty and Kedge representatives
December 17th, 2019 in Paris from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Free registering online
ABOUT Laurent Estachy
Pr. Laurent Estachy is Associate Professor at Kedge Business School, specialised in macroeconomics and international finance. His research focuses on the interactions between geopolitics and global capital markets and on the emergence of market conventions in the stock, bond or foreign exchange markets. He began his career in commercial banking at Credit Lyonnais Intal Headquarters and at BNP (Dublin & Paris). He later worked in the Treasury & Foreign Exchange dealing room of BNP in Paris, joining first the FX spot trading desk and then being in charge of a portfolio of multinational corporations. He then was VP at Rabobank-Paris. He holds a PhD in Macroeconomics and International Finance and an Executive MBA from HEC.