Workshop by Dr. Simon Sweeney


A workshop was conducted by Dr. Simon Sweeney, Senior Faculty in International Political Economy and Business, The York Management School, University of York from University of York on the topic “Changing world order: Is western decline inevitable and will developing economies shape 21 st century institutionalism?” at School of Commerce and Management Studies of Dayananda Sagar University, Bangalore on 14 th February, 2018.

Students were enthralled with the intense knowledge of Dr. Sweeney all through the workshop which focused on the shifting of economic power from west to east, examining why traditional US hegemony is in decline and the diminishing EU influence. Further, the workshop gave an insight of looking at the condition of the west and at the prospects for leadership among the BRICS economies including India. He also pointed out on the great challenges facing all of us with reference to East-West, advanced and emerging economies.

Date:
14th February 2018

Venue:
School of Commerce & Management
Dayananda Sagar University,
Kumarswamt Layout,
Bangalore – 78

 

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