Said@Duke: Geoffrey Garrett on Trade, Job Vulnerability

“The U.S. needs to understand that there is a global world out there, and don’t expect things to be exactly as they are in the U.S. They are not.” - Geoffrey Garrett, dean of Wharton School

Geoffrey Garrett, dean of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, earned a Ph.D. from Duke’s Political Science Department in 1990. He recently spoke at Penn Pavilion about topics including trade with China, the impact of 5G, job vulnerability and automation, populism and polarization.

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