How to make globalization work
Nativism and protectionism are seeing a resurgence in Western countries as a response to increasing globalization. But another part of the world globalized more recently and wants to keep it that way: Asia. Why are the two parts of the world reacting so differently? In a piece for the Brookings Institution, CDPR chairman Ijaz Nabi looks at the differences, and argues that the West needs to follow the Asian model of skilling workers up for globalization to be successful.
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