The rapidly changing landscape for businesses engaged in international trade has caused consternation and concern.
It seems that every day a new trade policy or regulation is released that may impact firms from farms to multinationals. The impact of these rapid changes has been dramatic for some firms, minor for others, but worrying for all.
Watch this webinar, where we break down what is actually going on with trade today, taking apart complex policy pronouncements and carving out the substance of what it all means and how it might affect firms. The principal focus will be on protective tariffs, trade agreement negotiations, and the likely future of trade policy in the United States.
About the Presenter:
Kevin Fandl is an Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Strategic Global Management at the Fox School of Business at Temple University, where he serves as the Academic Director of Global Immersion Programs and also the Executive Director of Temple’s Center for International Business Education and Research. Kevin began his legal career as a Presidential Management Fellow working as an international trade specialist with U.S. Customs and Border Protection. He transitioned through many roles within the federal government, including roles as Chief of Staff and Senior Counsel to the Assistant Secretary of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Kevin earned his B.A. in Philosophy at Lock Haven University, his M.A. in International Peace and Conflict Resolution at American University, his J.D. in law from American University, and his Ph.D. in Public Policy from George Mason University. He also holds a Certificate in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University. He has won many accolades for his leadership, his research and his teaching. He lives just outside Washington, D.C.