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15 October, 2020 | (01 hr 30 min)

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This session will run twice with different speakers - at 4:00 am ET (9:00 am GMT) and again at 11:00 am ET (4:00 pm GMT).

As the US Presidential election draws near and the race tightens, governments and businesses must be prepared for what lies ahead. The 2020 election outcome may be the most consequential in decades, given the daunting agenda that the next administration will face over the next four years. It will be tasked with helping the economy recover from its deepest recession in nearly a century, confront or accommodate a rising China in a changing global order, and deal with a Congress and Supreme Court that are working on policy changes towards healthcare, climate, technology regulation, among other key issues. The choices made will have a profound impact on the United States and globally.

For this Global Horizons webcast, we have teamed up with the ING Group to examine the potential election outcomes and discuss the consequences each scenario would bring in the short and long run beyond 2020. The webinar marks the forthcoming report as part of Oxford Analytica and ING Group’s joint thought leadership series ‘US Politics Watch 2020’. Over the past year the series has monitored the election landscape, analyzing the likely political, economic, and regulatory impacts of different scenarios.

By attending this webcast, viewers will be able to answer the following questions:

  • Where and how the 2020 US elections will be won and lost? And how will the US civics and party politics more broadly be affected by the election cycle and its aftermath?
  • Do the Democrats stand a realistic chance of keeping control of the House of Representatives and winning additional Senate seats?
  • What does Biden win mean and what would be his policy priorities for the United States and globally?
  • If re-elected, what would Trump’s plans for his second term be?
  • How the United States will engage with the world in the case of Biden or Trump win? And what would be the implications from the geopolitical, economic, foreign policy, and global business perspectives?

Who Should Attend: Thought leaders, senior executives and principal policy makers responsible for strategy, ESG, security and defense, corporate & country risk, innovation, marketing & communications, government affairs, legal and finance, public policy and human capital

Speakers

Harvey Chen

Harvey Chen
Chairman of the Advisory Board
Center for Creative Leadership, Greater China

Harvey Chen is chairman of the Board of Advisors, CCL Greater China, and oversees CCL’s leadership development and organizational transformation work in the region. Harvey is a member of the International Advisory Board of Oxford Analytica.

Harvey’s global experience spans aca...Full Bio

Mark Cliffe

Mark Cliffe
Global Head of the New Horizons Hub
ING Group

Mark Cliffe is Global Head of the New Horizons Hub at the ING Group, a global financial services group with 38 million customers. The New Horizons Hub is a Centre of Expertise delivering research and thought leadership on specific topics within ING’s priority themes, including consumer beha...Full Bio

James Knightley

James Knightley
Chief International Economist
ING Group

James Knightley is ING’s Chief International Economist and is based in New York. He joined the firm in London over twenty years ago and has been responsible for the banks’ coverage for both Western European and US economies during that time. His day to day role involves analyzing econ...Full Bio

Trevor  McCrisken

Trevor McCrisken
Associate Professor in US Foreign Policy, US Politics & Culture
University of Warwick

Trevor McCrisken is Associate Professor in US Foreign Policy, US Politics & Culture at the University of Warwick. His main research currently focuses on the narratives being constructed around the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, and their use for targeted kil...Full Bio

Bart van Ark

Bart van Ark
Senior Advisor
The Conference Board

Bart van Ark is a Senior Advisor of the Economy, Strategy and Finance (ESF) Center at The Conference Board. From 2008 until September 2020 he was Chief Economist and Head ...Full Bio

Amalia Khachatryan

Amalia Khachatryan (Moderator)
Deputy Director of Advisory
Oxford Analytica

Amalia Khachatryan has extensive experience in the provision of analysis and advisory services to corporate and government institutions on issues related to foreign policy, global economics and security. Her recent work includes producing qualitative and quantitative scenario assessments of polit...Full Bio

Nick Redman

Nick Redman (Moderator)
Director of Analysis and Editor in Chief
Oxford Analytica

Nick Redman is Oxford Analytica's Director of Analysis and the Editor in Chief of the Oxford Analytica Daily Brief. He leads the firm’s team of analysts and oversees the global network of 1500 experts, delivering actionable insight and trusted judgements that allow governments and companies...Full Bio

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