Globalization vs. Deglobalization: impact on logistics, politics, and economy

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Nowadays, there are many indicators that state that the post-covid world will be less global, contrary to what trends had hitherto pointed out. The world economy seems to have begun the path to deglobalization, which implies a reversal of interdependence, mainly in trade, but also social, cultural, and technological between countries.

This generates a great Globalization / Deglobalization debate that impacts on multiple sectors. Any company or organization with an international vocation will have to face this dilemma. Therefore, in this session, we want to analyze the current state of globalization and its impact in three key areas: logistics, politics and economics.

To do so, on May 5, at 3.30 pm, we will have three experts who will share their opinion and discuss the advantages or disadvantages of moving towards an unstoppable globalization or, on the contrary, to reaffirm local and culture of proximity.

  • Cristina Alba, Alumni of the Master in Financial Markets and member of the UPF-BSM Alumni Advisory Board.
  • Mònica Clua, Co-director of the Master's in Public and Social Policies UPF-BSM and Full Professor of Political Sciences at University of  Texas Rio Grande Valley
  • Oriol Montanyà, Director of Operations and Technology and Academic Director of the Postgraduate in Total Supply Chain Management UPF Barcelona School of Management.


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