How might Covid-19 aﬀect businesses, the ﬁnancial system, inequality and globalization? What can leaders learn from past pandemics, economic depressions and national crises?
4 June 2020
09:00 ET | 14:00 GMT
In this webinar, Canadian business historian Dr. Laurence B. Mussio hosts a panel of business and economics historians in a discussion about how a long-run perspective helps them think about Covid-19, and how it will aﬀect businesses, the ﬁnancial system, inequality and globalization. The panel will debate what leaders can learn from past pandemics, economic depressions and national crises.
We are indebted to The William J Clinton Leadership Institute, Queen’s University Belfast, for its support with this LRI Briefing.
- Michael Aldous, Senior Lecturer in Management, Queen’s University Belfast
- Chris Colvin, Senior Lecturer, Queen's Management School, Queen's University Belfast
- Laurence B. Mussio, Historian and Co-Founder/Director, Long Run Institute (Moderator/Chair)
- John Turner, Professor of Finance and Financial History, and Director, Queen’s University Centre for Economic History, Queen’s University Belfast
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