March 23, 2014 11:01 pm

The Academic Week Ahead

Monday – March 24

Invest in Australia

Paul Bloxham, chief economist at HSBC Bank, is speaking at Curtin Graduate School of Business about existing impacts on the Australian economy. Themes include the mining industry, where investment has peaked.

Tuesday – March 25

Discuss China

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School is hosting a seminar in Beijing to bring business people, policy makers, entrepreneurs and academics together to discuss the way forward for private enterprise in China.

Wednesday – March 26

Be ethical

Bristol Business School in the UK is hosting a webinar on six myths about business ethics. The webinar will look at the basis on which organisations and individuals address ethical and moral issues.

Study in Italy

Alumni and faculty from Bocconi University and SDA Bocconi are holding a presentation in London for students interested in their programmes. The event will include a roundtable on recruiting and developing talent with Roberto Rossi from Morgan Stanley.

Thursday – March 27

Analyse the UK

Peter Marsh, a former FT journalist, is speaking at Manchester Business School in the UK about themes covered in his book The New Industrial Revolution: Consumers, Globalisation and the End of Mass Production. He will be joined by Mark Cropper from James Cropper Group, a specialist paper manufacturer.

Learn about Asia

Essec Business School is hosting a masterclass in Singapore to analyse what many experts have termed the ‘Asian Century.’ It will look at the trends that gave rise to this assertion, consider doubts about its realisation and discuss future challenges and opportunities in Asia.

Friday – March 28

Study in the US

Stanford Graduate School of Business is hosting an information session on its MBA programme. An admissions office representative will be available to answer questions during the 90-minute session.

Email forthcoming events to charlotte.clarke@ft.com

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