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Why mobility matters when it comes to social inclusion

A new study indicates that a high level of mobility results in greater prosperity and social inclusion. Image: Unsplash

Nikolaus Lang

Managing Director & Senior Partner; Global Leader, Global Advantage Practice, Boston Consulting Group

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