Study Group Facilitator: Karim Sarhan, Fellow - Center for International Development at Harvard; Partner at Sharkawy & Sarhan Law Firm
Primary contact: email@example.com
Four session dates: Wednesdays: February 22, March 1, March 8, and March 22
Time: 12-1 pm ET, lunch will be served
Location: Harvard Kennedy School, Rubenstein 429 - Perkins Conference Room
Study Group Description:
The study group will discuss the following concepts:
What is Strategy?
What is the Grand Strategy of Development?
What was the Grand Strategy of Development of each of China, South Korea and Singapore?
This study group will introduce you to the fundamentals of strategic thinking and how to bring them to the field of development. You will experiment in a safe space designing and thinking about implementing a development strategy for your country.
The audience of this study group include learners and practitioners who are passionate about the topic of economic development.
Open only to Harvard affiliates with a Harvard I.D.
Attendance of all four sessions is expected.
Review the syllabus
Applications are required and will be reviewed by Karim before acceptance into the Study Group.
Please apply through this link here or by clicking on the "RSVP" button.
Speakers and Presenters
Karim Sarhan, Fellow - Center for International Development at Harvard; Partner at Sharkawy & Sarhan Law Firm