Case Study

Solutions in practice 

By David Brandt

The world is not flat enough

For more than 20 years, industrialized countries around the world have witnessed the rocketing growth of globalization. The constant exchange of products and ideas between international businesses and governments has mostly sustained a hypersocio-economic growth not seen since the U.S. Industrial Revolution beginning in the 18th century.


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