World 3.0 challenges the popular notion that the world is flat and fully globalized, arguing that differences and distances are still very relevant.
The book provides a fresh look at cross-border integration and its implications, demonstrating why integration and regulation must be seen as complementary. Ghemawat offers recommendations for stakeholders in times of major global challenges.
- The world is not fully globalized, and differences and distances still matter
- Integration and regulation must work together for successful globalization
- New approaches to cross-border integration can lead to collective prosperity
What I Liked
Interesting read; better than making sense of daily headlines.
What I Did Not Like
Nothing – good book.