The Stockholm School of Economics invites you to an analysis of the US election and what it means for climate change/COP 21, international trade and global security on November 25, 2016 between 12-14.
12.00 - 13.00: What just happened in America? Professor Philip Klinkner, Professor of Government at Hamilton College, NY, will visit SSE to offer his analysis of the US presidential election. An expert panel discussion will follow.
13.15 - 14.00: What happens now? Professor Klinkner will be joined by an SSE expert panel to discuss what Trump’s win will mean for the environment, global security, trade and foreign policy.
Professor Philip Klinkner (Professor of Government at Hamilton College, NY), Lecturer Thomas Lavelle (Senior lecturer at SSE), Associate Professor Lin Lerpold (Executive Director of the Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets - Misum). Student Kat Zaid (Swedish Programe Student and Political Science Major)
About Philip Klinkner
Yale-educated Professor Klinkner has written extensively about the US elections and politics, his books include the Losing Parties and the Unsteady March: The rise and decline of racial equality in America. He has written about this election in popular publications such as The Huffington Post and Vox.com.
Venue: Stockholm School of Economics, Sveavägen 65. Room: Ragnar
Time: November 25, 2016, between 12-14.
To register, please contact: Eric Röst at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information contact:
Annika Shelly, Stockholm School of Economics