CSR Issue Series  Is the ascendance

The Fate of Global Corporations in an Anti-Globalist World

Allen White

The world’s roughly 80,000 multinational corporations (MNCs), long dominated by U.S., European and Japanese firms, have been joined by a growing number based in China, India, Brazil and other emerging economies. MNCs are the engine of a quarter of total world production and their global supply chains represent about half of world trade. MNCs have played a major role in driving a tenfold increase since 1979, now totalling $16 trillion, roughly the size of entire U.S. GDnscience of the unsustainability of the current ethos and of the urgency to build a new paradigm to bequest to future generations.

Is the post-war ascendance of multinational corporations irreversible?


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