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A Focus on the Anti-Trade and Anti-Globalization in Today’s World

globalEDGE Business Beat
April 14, 2017 2:30 PM

Charles Hill-1.jpegHosted by Tomas Hult, this segment of the globalEDGE Business Beat is an interview with Charles W. L. Hill, who is the Hughes & Katherine Blake Endowed Professor of International Business in the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.

Tomas Hult is Professor and Byington Endowed Chair in the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Tomas interviews Charles about the world’s negative sentiments toward globalization and trade (e.g., Europe, USA). We can perhaps call this a Trump effect or a Brexit effect, but the negative sentiment toward globalization, or at least movement of people, seems to be existing in many of the so-called developed nations.

Charles addresses the notion that perhaps developed nations do not want more people from less developed countries. Or, more aptly, is there more to this negativity? Plus, Charles takes a guess on what the world’s globalization sentiment will be at the end of Trump’s four-year term and after Brexit is implemented?

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