Di. Jun 6th, 2023

Exit Wave: Rethinking Supply Chains in Asia

07mar18:0019:30Exit Wave: Rethinking Supply Chains in AsiaSt. Gallen

Event Details


Join us for our insightful grand panel discussion on rethinking supply chains in Asia, with a special focus on Taiwan. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about unprecedented changes in the way supply chains operate around the world, and Asia has been no exception. Our four panelists will delve into the disruptions in global supply chains in Asia, with a particular focus on Taiwan’s experience. Markus Herrmann (China Macro Group), Lukas Zuest (VISCHER), Simona Grano (UZH), and Nico Luchsinger(Asia Society Switzerland) will provide valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities that have arisen from the pandemic and learn about the latest developments in supply chain management in Asia. Come and be part of the conversation as we rethink supply chains in the wake of the pandemic and explore the opportunities and challenges in Asia.

Dr. Simona Grano’s expertise centers on the Republic of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Currently, she is a senior lecturer at the University of Zurich and teaches several courses on China’s political landscape and society, as well as Taiwan studies. Since 2017 she is the director of the Taiwan Studies Project at the University of Zurich. In 2008, she finished her Ph.D. in Oriental Studies (Sinology) at the Ca‘ Foscari University of Venice. Additionally, she completed her Postdoc at the National Cheng’chi University and Hong Kong University. In 2018, she obtained her Habilitation in „Sinology with Social Sciences Focus“ at the University of Zurich. Besides her educational background, Simona regularly publishes her articles in well-known journals such as the Journal of Civil Society and the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs. Since 2020, she has been a member of the editorial board of the Italian journal Orizzonte Cina.


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