Mar 02, 2012

Roundtable with Michael Froman, Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Adviser for International Economics

On Friday, March 2, Dean Ellen Schall hosted a roundtable discussion with Michael Froman, Assistant to President Obama and Deputy National Security Adviser for International Economics, to discuss the economic state of the world.

Mr. Froman and Dean Schall were joined by select MBA/MPA dual degree candidates, faculty members, and business leaders, including a former U.S. Comptroller of the Currency and one of the top legal counselors to major financial firms. The group had a lively discussion on the impact of the Euro Zone crisis on the global economy, the future of U.S.-China economic relations, and the implications of the Arab Spring on the region's economy. The roundtable was followed by a networking reception, where students engaged Mr. Froman in a discussion on important global issues, including climate change policies and the Afghanistan war.


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