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CSPAN
Apr 27, 2017 5:16am EDT
assembled in china. for the big show an excellent panel of experts to discuss globalization tonight. the president of the world trade center los angeles previously served as the los angeles secretary-general and as the director of international trade for the port of los angeles. kathryn stone is akatherine ston labor and employment law at the school of law an and awarded a guggenheim fellowship and a fellowship for her work on the changing nature of employment and globalized world. jerry is an economist of ucla school of management where he focuses on asian economies and also works on the anderson school of economic forecasting of the california and u.s. economies. the founder and ceo of the trade group that helps governments of collateral development groups to shape the public policy with learning strategies in support of trade and obligation. starting with a question from jerry. president trump said last june globalization has made those very, very wealthy but it's left millions of workers with nothing but poverty and heartache. what's your reaction to the president's remarks? >>
CSPAN
May 1, 2017 8:00am EDT
china. for the big show. we have an excellent panel of experts to discuss globalization tonight. steven chunk is president of the world trade center los angeles. he previously served as the los angeles secretary general of foreign affairs and trade under mayor eric garcetti and director of international trade for port of los angeles. catherine stone is an expert on labor and employment law at the ucla school of law. she was awarded a fwug enhypothetice guggenheim award. jury railway nichols burg focuses on asian economies. he works on the and aer son school's economic modelling and forecasting of the california and u.s. economies. kati zuwaman is founder and ceo of next trade group, a firm that helps government, multi-lateral development banks and fortune 500 companies shape their public policy and lending strategies in support of trade and obligation. so we'll start with a question for jerry. so president trump said last june in a campaign speech in pennsylvania, a state where there are many shuttered factories and steel mills, then candidate trump said globalization who made t
CSPAN
Apr 28, 2017 4:20pm EDT
china. we have an excellent panel of experts the world trade center was angeles previously served as of glossy angeles secretary general and to mayor varsity from the ports of los angeles catherine is an expert from the ucla school of law and the sage fellowships for her work with the globalized world for any economist at the ucla school of management where he focuses on thesc asian economy also works on the economic modeling and then the founder and ceo for corm that helps governments multilateral development banks shape their public policy and their strategy inh support of trade andeg obligation. president trump said last june in a campaign speech in pennsylvania where there are steel mills that it has made the financial leap very wealthy but has left millions of workers but nothing but heartache. >> when you think about globalization the question is isn't it obvious? and we'd just say yes and then skip to the reception. [laughter] but the reason it is not is the data is convoluted with a lot of things going on there is one major even to that keeps us from getting to the root of th
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)