Higher Education Must Still Go Global

By Gabriel Hawawini – in INSEAD Knowledge.

Students need global understanding, now more than ever.

Despite recent signs of a retreat from globalisation in the United States and Britain, there has not been a broad-based pullback globally.
Many countries are keen to stress that they remain “open for business” and China has even shown signs of picking up the baton as the world leader in free trade.
In Asia, signatories of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have recently agreed to pursue the trade deal even without the United States.

Check:

https://knowledge.insead.edu/leadership-organisations/higher-education-must-still-go-global-6276?utm_source=Content+Partners&utm_campaign=3e9ffbef98-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_602b84e75f-3e9ffbef98-250174109#TKo1i0BdDW236fXv.99

Povl Tiedemann
June 2017

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