12 October, 2016 | (01 hr)
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The Window on America series aims to give business executives an insider’s view of critical economic, business, and policy issues affecting the world’s largest economy.
In our inaugural webcast, Bart van Ark, chief economist of The Conference Board in New York, and Steve Odland, CEO of the Committee for Economic Development in Washington, D.C., along with other guest experts, will discuss the upcoming US Presidential election and its global ramifications, not only for politics and policy, but for business as well.
Go beyond predictable political analysis to analyze what a Clinton or a Trump victory might mean for economic health, immigration and trade policy, and business prospects worldwide.
And then join us right after the US elections for our next webcast on November 10th to see if our insights and analysis are on target.
Who should attend: Those with an interest in the economic, business, and policy direction of the US economy.
Mr. Odland is the President & CEO of The Conference Board, Inc., the most widely cited private source of business intelligence. He brings to The Conference Board an extensive corporate background. He formerly served as Chairman & CEO of Office Depot, Inc. from 2005-2010; Chairman, Pr...Full Bio
Juergen Tinggren started his career in 1981 as Senior Associate with Booz Allen & Hamilton. He joined Sika AG in 1985 to take on various managerial and executive functions of increasingly broader scope and responsibility.
In 1997, Juergen joined the Executive Committee of Schindl...Full Bio
Ilaria Maselli has been the senior economist for Europe at The Conference Board since March 2016. Maselli monitors the monthly business cycle of the European economy and contributes analysis to The Conference Board Global Economic Outlook. She also contributes to in-dept...Full Bio
Bart van Ark
Bart van Ark is executive vice president and global chief economist of The Conference Board, a global business research think tank headquartered in New York...Full Bio