MAY 20TH | 16:00H CEST




Ramon Noguera i Hancock has a PhD in International Politics (PhD) from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and a Master of Laws and International Politics from the University of Hull, as well as a Bachelor of International Relations from Lancaster University (UK ).

Before joining EADA, Ramon has followed an active career in university and research management, holding the positions of Project Director (manager) in the CERCA program of the Agència de Gestió dels Ajuts Universitaris ia la Recerca (AGAUR) of the Generalitat de Catalunya; Managing Director of the UAB Research Park; European Advisor (European Advisor) in the office of the Research Councils of the United Kingdom in Europe (UKRO), and head of the European Office of the University of Nottingham (United Kingdom).

He is currently a professor of Analysis of the Economic Environment.



The system-wide shock provoked by the relatively sudden appearance of SARS-CoV-2 has shown the volatility and complexity of the globally networked economy and its interactions with the emerging geopolitical change, and proven itself a perfect example of the “Chinese butterfly” effect. 

In order to better manage the uncertainties and ambiguities that characterise the current global economic and political environment it is important to understand some of the underlying dynamics that drive these changes. 

During this webinar, we will explore:
• The significance of exponential change in the global economy
• The main drivers for geopolitical change in the current situation
From this webinar, you will derive:
• A conceptual framework to refer to when taking decisions in uncertain times
• A better understanding of the world that may emerge in the next few years.