What is happening? – the impact of the US presidential elections
The US Presidential elections have an impact also on many of us outside the US. In this session we will look at the elections from different perspectives.
What are the economic consequences of political uncertainty? What can we expect in the coming weeks or months? What will change if either candidate wins? What is the impact on the Finnish industry and the Finnish economy? And how does it affect a US citizen living in Finland?
The event is streamed from Hankens Assembly Hall via Teams Live
Wednesday 28 October between 14.30 - 15.45
(Registration is closed. A registration link has been sent to the registered participants)
Hankens staff and students can also join the event without registration here.
Introduction by Camilla Wardi, Head of Corporate Relations and Outreach, Hanken School of Economics
Welcome words by Karen Spens, Rector Hanken School of Economics
Brief introduction into US Politics by Robert Pence, U.S. Ambassador to Finland
Panel discussion moderated by Alexandra Pasternak-Jackson , CEO at Amcham Finland.
- Gonul Colak (Professor of Finance at Hanken School of Economics)
- Hanna Laurén (Director of Trade Policy at the Confederation of Finnish Industries)
- Saska Saarikoski (Op-ed Editor at Helsingin Sanomat)
- Sophia Rahimeh (Master's student at Hanken School of Economics)
The audience has the possibility to send questions to the panel during the event via the Q&A funtion in the stream. The questions will be moderated by our host Camilla Wardi.
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The event will be held in English and is open for anyone to register free of charge.
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