Webinar: What has Coronavirus taught us about the state of the global economy?

Luxembourg School of Business is taking steps to help the community during this lockdown: for the next 2 weeks, our professors will be available every day for a 1-hour webinar at 4 P.M. 

Topic

Coronavirus has taken the world by storm, killing thousands of people globally and wrecking havoc on the global economy. The virus provoked governments across the world to implement some extreme measures, shutting societies down to a standstill. What has this epidemic taught us about the state of the global economy? What permanent effects will this epidemic have on global businesses environment? What sectors will be particularly hit and what industries could emerge as winners?

Meet the speaker

Dr. Mato Njavro is a Professor at the Luxembourg School of Business and an Assistant Professor of Finance at Zagreb School of Economics and Management and a Research Associate lecturer at the University of St. Gallen.

Prior to obtaining his Ph.D. in economics and finance at the University of St. Gallen in 2012, Mato worked for Lehman Brothers and Nomura investment banking divisions in London.

Mato completed his bachelor’s degree in international economics and management at the University Bocconi in Milan, Italy. He received his master’s degree in corporate finance at the SDA Bocconi. Mato holds a Ph.D. from the University of St. Gallen with the research focused on the performance of hedge funds in South-East Asia. His global experience is accompanied by language proficiency in Croatian, English, German, Italian, and French.

Dr. Mato Njavro is teaching Business Foundations in the Weekend MBA at the Luxembourg School of Business. 

Registration

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One Webinar per day during the lockdown at 4 P.M.

Contact

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+352 26 25 89 80

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