IDEAS@SFUBeedie Speaker Series: Strategic Competition for Global Influence

Join us for the next virtual event of our IDEAS@SFUBeedie webinar series.

US-China rivalry and its implications for the growth economies of the 21st Century

The editor-in-chief of The Economist, writing in The World Ahead 2022, declared that “rivalry between America and China will shape the post-COVID world.” Join SFU Beedie professors Rosalie L. Tung and Jing Li in a conversation about the drivers of this rivalry, the forums of strategic competition between the two superpowers, and the implications for emerging markets—including African economies—that will drive economic and demographic growth during this century.

The topics discussed will include:

- Drivers of the competition between the United States and China - Strategic competition in national priorities - Rivalry between American and Chinese firms - Implications for economies and firms in the rest of the world

About the Series

2022 marks the 40th anniversary of the creation of the Beedie School of Business. Born of SFU’s radical roots, we have been “redefining radical” throughout our 40-year history. To us, that means boldly stepping-up, challenging convention, and changing course to lead in a new direction.

Join us throughout the year as we host the IDEAS@SFUBeedie webinars virtual series showcasing the thought leadership from our world-class faculty as they investigate and discuss some of the most important issues of our time.