Mauro F Guillén
Plenary Session
Professor of Management Studies; Fellow of Queens' College of University of Cambridge
Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School

Mauro F Guillén currently serves as the Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, Professor of Management Studies, and Fellow of Queens' College. He is a sociologist, political economist, management educator. He was announced as a Fellow of Queens' College at the University of Cambridge. His research interests are economic sociology; comparative sociology; international management, etc. His book 2030: How Today's Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything is translated into multiple languages.


Event Introduction
Plenary Session
 · 06/14 (Day 1)
North Ballroom - Hall 18 1st Floor
A Time of Resilience
[In-depth Dialogue] Global Macroeconomic Insights

Global economic growth in 2023 is projected to slow down to 1.7%, according to the World Bank’s forecast, the slowest pace outside the 2009 and 2020 recessions in the past three decades. Amid widespread inflation and slower economic growth, emerging markets and developing countries are hindered by multiple factors. What are the future trends of supply chain, energy, commodities etc., as pandemic control is normalized around the world?

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