Wharton to hold one-day seminar for biz journalists in Spain
The Wharton School of business at the University of Pennsylvania will hold a one-day workshop in Madrid for business journalists to learn more about the causes and effects of the economic crisis.
The event will be held June 23 in the Melia/Castillia Hotel. The workshop is free, but applications are required. A maximum of 35 journalists will be admitted, and senior Wharton faculty will lead the sessions.
This special one-day seminar is modeled after the flagship Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists. The program is designed with plenty of time for interaction and discussion about the session content.
Professor Mauro Guillen will lead a session in the morning called “The Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Policy Options.” Dean Thomas Robertson will speak in the afternoon, and then professor Richard Sheel will lead a session called “Negotiations Strategy” in the afternoon.
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