Book Review: World 3.0

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Review by Hazel Henderson, originally published on

This book provides a look inside the global corporate mindset through the eyes of a leading business school academic and consultant. Ghemawat’s World 3.0 is not seen as a living planet with human societies within its biosphere. Rather his World 3.0 is a view of jostling geopolitical actors: nation states (“developed” or “emerging markets”) and global corporations as well as smaller businesses, set within markets from global to local and today’s international economic infrastructure, including the IMF, World Bank, WTO, that emerged with this current system.

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