The 57 varieties of globalization – where do we start?
Day Three of the Tällberg Forum dealt with the topic of leadership in a globalized complex world. And throughout the day the palpable air of uncertainty and tentativeness that hung over experts and ordinary non-experts alike was very striking – regardless of whether speakers were attempting to approach globalization in […]
Surviving a Debt Crisis – Lessons for Europe from Latin America
Today, on behalf of the Bertelsmann Stiftung & the Bertelsmann Foundation in Washington DC, we would very much like to invite you to take part in an after work roundtable discussion on: Surviving a Debt Crisis – Lessons for Europe from Latin America Prof. Dr. Rolf Langhammer Former Vice President Kiel Institute for the […]
Globalization – A Mixture of Data and Personal Stories?
The bottom line reached on Day Two of the Tällberg Forum in Sweden was that if only we could arrive at some kind of agreement about how to define or operationalize globalization, if only we could reach a consensus about its framework conditions and a shared understanding of its opportunities, […]
Is global complexity governable?
For over 30 years now the Tällberg Foundation has offered a consistently fresh perspective and an equally alluring format with its Forum held in the little village of the same name on the shores of Lake Siljan. Far from the beaten tracks of civilization, 300 people mainly from the Western world come […]
Ricardo is dead
Disclaimer: The article was written both from a perspective of a developed country and a devoloping country. Maria Farooq, Ole Wintermann One Dimensional Perspectives: A Risk for Globalisation? The 250 year old thesis is that globalization is a win-win-situation. The reason for that is the specialization of every country on […]