What is inequality and how does it affect global business? A curation of resources on the topic is listed here.
Where are the world’s most unequal countries? | The world bank data on the Gini index shows income inequality | An empirical evidence of how inequality between incomes has changed over time, and how the levels of inequality in different countries is also useful to explore the topic | Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index which combines a country’s average achievements in health, education and income with how those achievements are distributed among country’s population by “discounting” each dimension’s average value according to its level of inequality can be accessed on the UNDP page |
One of the key decisions after making a decision to go global is finding an attractive best fit market based on a firm’s situational analysis.
This article looks at several resources that can be useful in country screening.
When did globalisation begin? What are the significance of the 15th Century? Did Mexican silver cause a ‘price revolution in Europe? Or did the continent suffer form internal inflationary pressures instead?
Start here with a historical guide . Alok Sheel looks at Globalisation as an interplay of markets, technology and the role of the state.
Cities have played an important role in globalisation unleashing waves of globalisation led economic growth.