Ghemawat Why the world isn't flat

Ghemawat Why the world isn't flat - Ghemawat, Why the World...

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Ghemawat, Why the World Isn’t Flat Due to globalization, ideas will spread faster; everybody will be able to provide things that they could not have in the past. We live in a world that is wired, informed. This communication revolution is democratic and liberating, leveling the imbalance between large and small, rich and poor. Ghemawat thinks that the world is still round, disagreeing to the argument of the columnist Friedman. Friedman thinks that 10 forces-which enable connectivity ad collaboration at a distance are “flattening” the earth and leveling a field of global competitiveness. In truth, the world is not really connected as we think it is. Actually, just a fraction of what we consider globalization actually exists. The 10 Percent Presumption Few cities that dominate international financial activity –Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, NY- are at height of modern global integration, which means, they are well connected with one another. Opposition to the view of “flat world,” most types of economic
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