How could it affect your business and how should you respond?
07 November, 2018 | (01 hr)
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As the US midterm elections quickly approach, the media has been dominated by analysis of how the potential victories of either political side will shape the economy and state of business.
Join us for a special Window On the US Midterm Elections webcast as we bring you a panel of economic, business, and policy experts who will discuss the outcome of these elections. Learn their predictions about the impact on business and the economy in both the short and long term and how leaders should respond.
Join this program to explore:
- How the elections could affect key sectors of the economy including health care, consumer spending, and transportation
- How the US-China trade spat might unfold amid divided government
- How a change of control in Congress could affect federal tax and regulatory policy
Who Should Attend: Executives and practitioners interested in current events/policies and how they affect business
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Bart van Ark
Bart van Ark is Executive Vice President and Chief Economist of The Conference Board, a global research organization with its head office in New York City in the United States. He leads a global team of economists in New York, Brussels and Beijing, who produce a range of widely watched economic i...Full Bio