On June 25, 2018, Dr. Gary Quinlivan, Dean of the Saint Vincent College (SVC) Business School, visited our institute.Wu Ping, vice president of the Economics Institute, and Shen Qianling, director of the Department of International Economics and Trade, participated in the discussion and communication.
Wu Ping extended a warm welcome to Dr. Gary Quinlivan and invited the excellent foreign teachers from the United States to teach at our school. Shen Qianling introduced the academic development of the college, international exchanges, faculty, and personnel training. Dr. Quinlivan also introduced the SVC Advantages and Characteristic Education of SVC School. The two sides initially reached a cooperation intention, a willingness to innovate a cooperation model, and cooperated in the areas of teacher exchange, student exchange, scientific research and project development.
After the meeting, Dr. Quinlivan gave an academic report entitled “Multinational Corporations: Myths and Facts” to our teachers and students. Dr. Quinlivan analyzed the advantages and disadvantages of multinational corporations on social and economic development from the perspectives of multinational corporations and seeking monopoly power, multinational corporations and the world environment, foreign debt problems of multinational corporations and developing countries, and poverty and poverty. After the lecture, the students present questioned and interacted with the development of the world economy, the Sino-US trade war, and the influence of multinational corporations on developing countries.
Founded in 1846, Saint Vincent College (SVC) is a four-year private liberal arts college (Liberal Arts College) located in La Trobe, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Saint Vincent College (SVC) is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, the Department of Education of the State of Pennsylvania, and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Saint Vincent College 's curriculum is based on liberal arts and sciences and offers more than 50 majors, including undergraduate majors, minors, master's degrees and pre-school education. Its management master's degree in operational excellence is leading in the United States.Position, in Forbes' 2012 America's Top Colleges, Saint Vincent College ranks among the top 19% of American universities in more than 2,500 universities across the United States (excluding community colleges and two-year colleges).