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Is America enriching the world at its own expense? That's globaloney 

Date: 03/02/2017 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Editor(s): Cátedra Anselmo Rubiralta de Estrategia y Globalización Document type: Opinion Donald Trump's election was propelled by the wave of anti-globalization anger that is sweeping the United States and other Western advanced economies. Trump has echoed that anger in his rhetoric. In his inaugural address, he lamented that America has ?made other countries rich, while the wealth, strength and confidence of our country has dissipated.? ... More information

Emerging Economies: Differences and Distances 

Date: 16/11/2016 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Editor(s): Cátedra Anselmo Rubiralta de Estrategia y Globalización Document type: Non-refereed article A full 78% of AIB members are based in advanced economies, yet our research and teaching increasingly demand attention to emerging economies. Despite the recent emerging market slowdown, the IMF still projects these economies to deliver 72% of global growth from 2015 to 2020 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms (IMF World Economic Outlook Database, ... More information

DHL Global Connectedness Index 2016 

Date: 15/11/2016 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Editor(s): Cátedra Anselmo Rubiralta de Estrategia y Globalización Document type: Study and Monograph As this edition of the DHL Global Connectedness Index goes to press, the future of globalization and, more generally, the world economy is shrouded by an unusual amount of ambiguity. Perhaps the best image is that of the doldrums, defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as a region subject to "calms, sudden storms, and light unpredictable winds." ... More information Read related article

How globally connected is S'pore? 

Date: 30/10/2015 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Document type: Opinion Correcting misperceptions about the depth of globalisation is important because greater depth is associated with faster economic growth. A 2014 Time magazine article claimed that compared to Singapore, "no other place on earth has so engineered itself to prosper from globalisation - and succeeded at it". The DHL Global Connectedness Index, ... More information

Benchmarking Globalization to Boost Business Connections  Premium

Date: 20/03/2015 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Document type: Non-refereed article Though global connectedness, which correlates with global growth, appears to be recovering since the global economic crisis, there is still a long way to go, as the latest DHL Global Connectedness Index reveals. Global strategist and professor Pankaj Ghemawat and research scholar Steven A. Altman unpack the findings of their comprehensive study ... More information Read related article

India's globalisation imperative 

Date: 04/01/2015 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Document type: Opinion Few countries have more to gain from a greater integration with the rest of the world. Indeed, many fears about it within India seem exaggerated. More information

The World is Our Oyster: That´s Still Such Globaloney! 

Date: 04/11/2014 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Editor(s): Centro Anselmo Rubiralta sobre Globalización y Estrategia de la Empresa Document type: Opinion Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the "Make in India" initiative and vigorously sought FDI to help accelerate its growth. On the other hand, India scuttled the WTO's Bali package, which would have been the first global trade deal in almost three decades. Where does India really stand on globalisation? And even more importantly, where should ... More information

Making Sense of Globalization 

Date: 03/11/2014 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Document type: Opinion Not so many years ago, the forward march of globalization seemed to many people to be almost a law of nature. Trade would always grow twice as fast as GDP, financial markets would continually become more integrated, foreign direct investment (FDI) would proliferate freely, and information and people would move around the world more easily. Borders ... More information

DHL Global Connectedness Index 2014 

Date: 03/11/2014 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Editor(s): Cátedra Anselmo Rubiralta de Estrategia y Globalización Document type: Study and Monograph The surge in attention to globalization since the 1990s has been accompanied by interest in ranking countries in terms of their globalization levels. The DHL Global Connectedness Index is one of several indexes that have been developed for this purpose. It is the only one of the established indexes, however, that registers what many regard as the biggest ... More information Read related article

WTO's baby steps at Bali a big deal 

Date: 09/01/2014 Author(s): Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Document type: Opinion Run the clock back on the last four rounds of global trade negotiations - arguably the four most ambitious ones attempted. The Kennedy Round in 1967 was followed by the conclusion of the Tokyo Round 12 years later, and the conclusion of the Uruguay Round another 15 years on. Now, after 19 more years, we have not quite the conclusion to the Doha Round, ... More information
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