Globalisation Laid Bare: Lessons in International Business

Globalisation Laid Bare: Lessons In International Business

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Author :Sir Richard Branson

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Binding : Soft-Back

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Publisher : Gibson Square Books Ltd

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In the past decade we reaped the benefits of unprecedented globalisation without much awareness or cost to ourselves. In September 2008, this changed when the easy flow of money around the world ceased. For the first time, globalisation turned into a phenomenon that all of us should understand. How are our lives affected when, through international business, ideas, goods and money are adopted by other cultures? Introduced by Sir Richard Branson, Globalisation Laid Bare identifies the core insights that drive globalisation and where we should look for answers and pitfalls. It brings together much-needed and illuminating observations from world experts in the West and Asia from former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan to Ecofeminist Dr Vandana Shiva.

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Author :Sir Richard Branson

Condition : new

Binding : Soft-Back

Pages : N/A

Publisher : Gibson Square Books Ltd

Language : N/A

Publication Year : N/A

In the past decade we reaped the benefits of unprecedented globalisation without much awareness or cost to ourselves. In September 2008, this changed when the easy flow of money around the world ceased. For the first time, globalisation turned into a phenomenon that all of us should understand. How are our lives affected when, through international business, ideas, goods and money are adopted by other cultures? Introduced by Sir Richard Branson, Globalisation Laid Bare identifies the core insights that drive globalisation and where we should look for answers and pitfalls. It brings together much-needed and illuminating observations from world experts in the West and Asia from former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan to Ecofeminist Dr Vandana Shiva.