Globalization

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Forbes  Jun 14  Comment 
Judged by the 2016 Presidential campaign, many Americans are having second thoughts about the benefits of globalization. Two arguments have long been put forward in support of free trade. The first is that free markets ultimately give way to...
Wall Street Journal  Jun 8  Comment 
Support for right-wing populists in continental Europe, for British exit from the European Union, and for Donald Trump in the U.S. is not driven by a broad rejection of globalization, but of one aspect, Greg Ip writes: immigration.
MarketWatch  Jun 7  Comment 
Automation, advanced robotics and software-driven technologies are ushering in a new era of shorter supply chains that will provide fewer opportunities for the developing world.
Forbes  Jun 7  Comment 
This article was originally published at Stratfor.com. 
Wall Street Journal  Apr 3  Comment 
Forces that once pointed to an inexorable internationalization of the world’s economy have slowed, stuttered or swung into reverse even as politicians depict an America under siege from globalization run amok.
Forbes  Mar 1  Comment 
Every year, when the Oscars come around, I am reminded of the global power of film, especially Hollywood movies. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences used to claim that the annual awards ceremony attracts an audience of one billion...
Forbes  Feb 25  Comment 
The good news is that around the world, we are living longer. The bad news is that around the world, we are living longer. Yes, you read that right. Living longer cuts both ways. It means more economically productive time, more time to spend with...




 


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