Tag Archives: Globalization

Entrepreneurial Capitalism Helps Lift People From Extreme Poverty – FEE.org

The World’s Poorest People Are Getting Richer Faster than Anyone Else The new age of globalization, which started around 1980, saw the developing world enter the global economy and resulted in the largest escape from poverty ever recorded. The speed of poverty alleviation in the last 25 years has been historically unprecedented. Not only is the proportion of people in

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Digital Globalization and the New Era of Global Flows – McKinsey Global Institute

Digital Globalization: The New Era of Global Flows – McKinsey Global Institute Remarkably, digital flows, which were practically nonexistent just 15 years ago, now exert a larger impact on GDP growth than the centuries-old trade in goods, according to a new McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) report, Digital globalization: The new era of global flows. And although this shift makes it

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US Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas – International Migration Remains the Last Frontier of Globalization

The cross-border flow of people, or international migration, is by far the most politically charged aspect of globalization and the one with seemingly the least progress in recent decades. Migration is a truly global phenomenon, and the cross-border movement of people today is arguably on the same scale as during the great migrations at the turn of the 20th century. By

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What are the challenges to managing a global business?

Developing organization and human resource strategies across multiple borders should not simply be a matter of adapting a domestic model to accommodate changes in distance and global scale. Starting with a global mindset you will have to develop a fresh perspective in order to take into consideration the unique challenges of doing business globally. Human Resource Management Issues There are

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