Altman, Steven

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  Globalization in troubled times

Altman, Steven; Ghemawat, Pankaj; Bastian, Phillip For years, the DHL Global Connectedness Index has been making the case that the world is not as globalized as we think. This is still true; yet surprisingly, in the age of Trump and Brexit, globalization has actually reached a new high. Read article

  Globalization in Uncertain Times: 10 Key Takeaways

Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven The 2016 U.S. election results show that backlash against globalization is real. But what are the facts about globalization and what are only fears? The DHL Global Connectedness Index 2016 gathers data to paint a clear picture of international flows. Find out which countries and cities are the most globally connected in the world -- and which are slipping in the rankings. Read article

  Benchmarking Globalization to Boost Business Connections Premium

Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Global strategist Pankaj Ghemawat and Steven A. Altman unpack the findings of their DHL Global Connectedness Index. They discuss the implications for multinationals, analyze the results for Spain, the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States, and suggest how globalization might evolve. Read article

  After Stalling, Globalization Is Deepening Again

Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven European nations, headed by the Netherlands, top the 2014 DHL Global Connectedness Index. Yet emerging economies continue to advance, stretching cross-border interactions out over greater distances. Read article

  Globalization: Time for Policy to Reflect the Big Shift

Ghemawat, Pankaj; Altman, Steven Despite setbacks due to the economic crisis, Europe continues to be the most deeply globalized region of the world, measured in terms of international flows of trade, capital, information and people. So says the 2013 Depth Index of Globalization, which also finds that, for all the talk of how the Internet eliminates borders, interactions on social media remain mostly domestic. And emerging economies continue to advance in trade flows, signaling a big shift in the pattern of globalization. Read article
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