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Trump's first one hundred days. Economics, geopolitics and leadership


May 03 OF 2017 from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM

It is three months since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States and the new administration has already shown signs of aiming to strictly fulfil the controversial electoral program that paved his way to the White House. Donald Trump has done it his way, in a complete breakaway from customary practices and diplomacy.


This unprecedented phenomenon has polarized American society and may have global fallout. But how should the first one hundred days of the Trump administration be interpreted?


This talk will analyse the Trump effect from three angles:


- Geopolitics: the ideology of the new Trump administration and its impact on other countries

- The economy: issues such as TTIP and NAFTA

- His particular style of leadership: controversial, to say the least.


F. Xavier Mena, professor in ESADE’s Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting and Chair of Economics at Ramon Llull University.
David Murillo, associate professor in ESADE’s Department of Social Sciences 
Angel Castiñeira, associate professor in ESADE’s Department of Social Sciences and director of ESADE’s Chair in Leadership and Democratic Governance



Wednesday, 3rd May 2017
From 6.00 pm to 7:30 pm
Av. Pedralbes 60-62

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Queralt Puig
Tel: 93 495 38 46