27 octobre 2017

Heure: 11h30 à 12h45
Lieu: Pav. Palasis-Prince, local 1609

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Organisée par le Groupe d'études et de recherche sur l'Asie contemporaine (GERAC) conjointement avec la Chaire Stephen-A.-Jarislowsky en gestion des affaires internationales.

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is considered the flagship project of the Belt and road initiative (BRI) of China. This project is the “Game Changer” for many in terms of economic development and trans-regional geo-politics of Pakistan. Some sceptics consider however the CPEC as “Game Over” for Pakistan. This conference will explore the multi-dimensional aspects of the CPEC and its implications on geo-strategic and economic development in Pakistan and surrounding regions.

Dr. Muhammad Mohiuddin, Assistant Professor of International Business & Global Strategy, School of Business and Economics, Thompson Rivers University.

Dr. Mohiuddin has carried out many research projects regarding a variety of subjects such as development models of Asian countries, doing business in emerging markets, offshore outsourcing & developing dynamic capabilities and internationalization of firms. His researches are published in many journals and books and presented in numerous conferences. He has received some awards for excellence in research.

La conférence sera présentée en anglais

Entrée libre !

Dr Zhan Su
418 656‐2085