Global Governance

If this is Globalization 4.0, what were the other three?

Modern technology - including telepresence and machine translation - is driving a new era of globalization. Image: REUTERS/Robert Pratta

Richard Baldwin

Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva

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