The Center for Global Business (CGB) at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business has announced the speaker lineup for Maryland Business Adapts 21-22 on Friday, June 3, 2022, at World Trade Center Baltimore.
The Center for Global Business (CGB) announces that Ariel Rava, a PhD Candidate in the department of accounting and information assurance, has been awarded the 2022 PhD International Research Award. This award is made available by CIBE, a Title VI grant administered by the U.S. Department of Education, to support research in international business.
How can we, as a society, better endure crises of all varieties? This was the backdrop for the Center for Global Business’ Fourth Annual Forum at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. This year’s event featured a conversation with Markus Brunnermeier, author of “The Resilient Society,” and Maryland Smith’s Kislaya Prasad, CGB academic director and discussion moderator.
The Center for Global Business invites you to the 4th Annual Forum with the author of “The Resilient Society" Markus Brunnermeier. Come to this springtime event to hear from Brunnermeier about how to build resilience and invest in mechanisms to bounce back and protect our social and economic institutions from climate change, cyberattacks, and other shocks to come. The discussion will be led by Academic Director Kislaya Prasad.
The first 100 participants to register and attend in person will receive a copy of “The Resilient Society."
With Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine intensifying, the United States and several key allies moved to cut Russia off from much of the global financial system – barring select Russian banks from participating the SWIFT global finance network.
Center for Global Business at UMD’s Robert H. Smith School of Business to Host Second Annual Event Recognizing Maryland-based Global Businesses for Innovative Pandemic-Era Pivots.
For the second year, the Center for Global Business at Maryland Smith, the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, and the Florida International University’s Center for International Business Education and Research partnered to facilitate the Ace the Case Global Business Challenge.
Embassy Day, a two-part event of the Smith Start experience and the first introduction to a global mindset as a Maryland Smith student, invites freshmen and transfer students to meet diplomatic representatives in embassies throughout Washington, D.C., and to learn more about the respective countries. This year, 15 countries participated and met virtually with over 100 students.
The race to quantum computing, rises in water dislocation and central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) going mainstream may not seem like typical business concerns. But businesses will have an important role to play in managing these global trends, says Erik Peterson, partner and managing director at Kearney.