Women will need to make far more significant transitions compared to men and may find it more difficult to capture new opportunities because of the persistent barriers they face, write Anu Madgavkar, Mekala Krishnan, and Kweilin Ellingrud in Harvard Business Review.
The relationship between China and the world is changing, and a key choice lies ahead: more engagement or less, write Jonathan Woetzel and Nick Leung in China Daily.
Amid trade tensions and rising protectionism in many countries, we appear to be at a turning point, write Jonathan Woetzel, Joe Ngai, and Jeongmin Seong in World Economic Forum Blog.
Even as critics of free trade gain the upper hand, globalization, wholly of its own accord, is transforming in rich countries’ favor, write Susan Lund, James Manyika, and Michael Spence in Foreign Affairs.
If China and the world were to diminish their engagement with each other, significant value could be lost for both, write Jonathan Woetzel and Jeongmin Seong in Quartz.
Rapid economic growth is blurring the distinctions among developing, emerging and advanced countries, writes Jonathan Woetzel in Milken Institute Review.
To remain competitive, companies in China will need to look for opportunities in the fast-growing services trade, write Jonathan Woetzel and Jeongmin Seong in China Daily.
McKinsey Global Institute projects that the global market for cross-border, business-to-consumer e-commerce will top $1 trillion by next year, writes Susan Lund in Axios.
Over the past decade, globalisation has undergone little-noticed but profound structural shifts that are tilting the playing field in favour of advanced economies, write Susan Lund and James Manyika in Financial Times.
We estimate that companies which follow this strategy of digital reinvention increase revenue growth by 0.9% and add 1.8% to their EBITDA growth annually on average compared with peers, write Jacques Bughin and Tanguy Catlin in Harvard Business Review.