Summary of Winning the Global Game
A Strategy for Linking People and Profits
Is globalization just “globaloney” or is it the hope of the future? This book clearly connects all the dots: trade, population and politics.
Jeffrey A. Rosenweig’s scholarly study of the global economy is detailed, thought-provoking and rich in source material. Intelligently and clearly written, it is by no means light reading, and wasn’t intended to be. Rosensweig covers each corner of the globe, putting such issues as population, development and economic status in perspective. He expertly guides you through complex historical and financial issues and information, and manages to connect all the dots. getAbstract recommends this serious book to executives, managers and other thoughtful participants who are interested in present and future global commerce. "Serious" is the approach here, no dilettantes allowed.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why companies can’t afford to ignore the global economy any longer
- How the increasing use of technology affects international business
- Why globalization must address the issues of poverty and environmental destruction
About the Author
Jeffrey A. Rosensweig teaches finance and international business at Emory University, where he is a six-time winner of the distinguished Educator Award. An honors graduate from Yale, Professor Rosensweig has served as senior international economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
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