Jan Svejnar, Professor of Global Political Economy and Director of the Center on Global Economic Governance at Columbia University
Jan Svejnar is the James T. Shotwell Professor of Global Political Economy and Director of the Center on Global Economic Governance at Columbia University. He focuses: on (i) the effects of government policies on firms, labor and capital markets; (ii) corporate, national, and global governance and performance; and (iii) entrepreneurship, innovation and investment. Prior to joining the faculty of Columbia University, Jan Svejnar was the Everett E. Berg Professor of Business Administration and Director of the William Davidson Institute at the Ross School of Business, Professor of Economics, and Professor and Director of the International Policy Center at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Before Michigan, Jan Svejnar was professor at the University of Pittsburgh and Cornell University. He received his BS from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and his MA and PhD in Economics from Princeton University. He is the author and editor of a number of books and has published widely in academic, policy, and practitioner-oriented journals.
Where are the EU and Slovenia today and how have they been affected by USA-China competition? Europe is facing internal problems, such as Brexit, political disagreements in the EU and similar. What are the EU’s options for getting back on its feet and back to its previous glory, the way it was not so long ago when the political experiment was most promising, particularly economically.