Global Leadership in an Era of Growing Nationalism, Protectionism, and Antiglobalization (Part 2)

2017 Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers Business School  In Part 1, my post about how to measure globalization, I concluded that globalization is here to stay—and will continue to converge nations, culturally and economically, indefinitely. At the same time, leaders such as Trump, Le Pen, Erdoğan, and Duterte espouse an anti-globalization backlash, emphasizing “my country first” … Continue reading Global Leadership in an Era of Growing Nationalism, Protectionism, and Antiglobalization (Part 2)

What Is Globalization? How to Measure It and Why Many Oppose It (Part 1)

© 2017 Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers Business School The rise of nationalistic political leaders has spanned the globe—from Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen in the West, to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in the Middle East, to Narendra Modi and Rodrigo Duterte in the East. To varying degrees, each of these leaders espouses an “our country … Continue reading What Is Globalization? How to Measure It and Why Many Oppose It (Part 1)

Updates: What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business

© 2015 Prof. Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers University Since I published the blog post What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business on July 14, 2015, it has received additional media attention. Please see the following sources: CBS News MoneyWatch – Online Article, July 14, 2015 The Conversation – Online Article, July 16, 2015 At Night  – Corus Radio, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with … Continue reading Updates: What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business

What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business

© 2015 Prof. Farok J. Contractor, Rutgers University PLEASE SEE UPDATES IN THE AUGUST 6, 2015 POST The following comments are based on a telephone interview with Bob Hennelly of CBS News MoneyWatch on July 14, 2015. The potential for US business to engage with Iran can be summarized in one sentence: Iran exports crude oil but imports … Continue reading What the Iran Nuclear Deal Means for American Business