Why Technology, not Goods, Is the Driver of Globalization
Historically, globalization has been characterized by cross-border flows of resources and products. Financial exchanges follow, allowing for direct investment at home and abroad. In the digital economy, we see massive flows of information and data, which are perhaps even more critical to economic growth, crossing borders everywhere. In an era of anti-globalism, can the pace and flow of digital information be slowed, let alone stopped?
Laura TysonFaculty Director, Institute for Business and Social Impact, Berkeley H...
Rana ForooharAssociate Editor and Global Business Columnist, Financial Times
Susan LundPartner, McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey & Company (Festival Under...
Daniel CastroVice President and Director, Center for Data Innovation, Information T...