Forest Reinhardt - March 22, 2012
John D. Black Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
"Global Natural Resource Markets: Perspectives from Business Strategy"
8:00 PM Thursday, March 22, 2012
Professor Reinhardt, a native of Missoula, is the author of Down to Earth: Applying Business Principles to Environmental Management and seminal articles that analyze problems of environmental and natural resource management. In his lecture, he will discuss the relationship between economics and the environment.
"The Environment and Business: A Case Study"
3:40 PM Thursday, March 22, 2012
Gallagher Business Building 123
You are cordially invited to attend a seminar with Professor Forest L. Reinhardt, a native of Missoula. He is the son of Howard and Chinwon Reinhardt. Howard served for many years as the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Professor Reinhardt holds a B.A., an MBA, and a Ph.D. from Harvard. He is the co-chair of the Harvard Business School’s Global Energy Seminar, a new executive education course for the leaders of firms that produce oil and gas, generate and distribute electricity, or play other important roles in the delivery of energy services. He also teaches regularly in the Business School’s Agribusiness Seminar. In his course on Global Markets, he draws on microeconomics, macroeconomics, political science, and history to help business leaders understand the economic and political environment in which business is conducted, as well as the strategic opportunities and risks to which globalization gives rise. He recently served as course head for the required MBA course, Strategy, which covers topics in industry analysis, competitive advantage, and corporate strategy. He currently serves as the faculty chair of the Business School’s European Research Initiative. In his teaching and research, he is interested in the relationships between market and non-market strategy, the relations between government regulation and corporate strategy, and the behavior of private and public organizations that manage natural resources. He is the author of Down to Earth: Applying Business Principles to Environmental Management and of many articles that analyze problems of environmental and natural resource management.
From left to right: Dick Daily. Forest Reinhardt, Richard Drake