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Thursday, April 9 • 9:15am - 10:40am
TH9.15.14 Exploring the limits of globalization

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Moderator: Jill Tao, Incheon National University

The State of Global Smart Cities
Sukumar Ganapati, Florida International University; Elvis Asorwoe, Florida International University

“It’s Not Easy Bein’ Green”: Resolving Center-Periphery Discrepancies in the Definition of “Green” Programs for Transnational Problems
Jill Tao, Incheon National University

The World Bank and Soft Coercion: A History of Bus Rapid Transit Projects in the Developing World
Craig Townsend, Concordia University

Cities and Happiness: Discovering the relationship between material consumption and subjective well-being in urban spaces
Kailas Venkitasubramanian, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Jean-Claude Thill, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Presenters
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Sukumar Ganapati

Florida International University
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Jill Tao

Associate Professor, Incheon National University
Mayors in East Asia, how to measure Confucian norms in local government, global bureaucrats and environmental issues.
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Craig Townsend

Associate Professor, Concordia University
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Kailas Venkitasubramanian

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Moderators
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Jill Tao

Associate Professor, Incheon National University
Mayors in East Asia, how to measure Confucian norms in local government, global bureaucrats and environmental issues.

Thursday April 9, 2015 9:15am - 10:40am
Alhambra (2nd floor)