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The world is flat : a brief history of the twenty-first century

Author: Thomas L Friedman
Publisher: New York : Picador/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Further updated & expandedView all editions and formats
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In The World Is Flat, the highly-regarded New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman advances the work on globalization that made his The Lexus and the Olive Tree a bestseller. Claiming that the world is now at an important historical point--as important as the changes brought by the discoveries by Columbus or by the Industrial Revolution--Friedman analyzes the events, inventions, and business practices that have  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas L Friedman
ISBN: 0374292787 9780374292782 0312425074 9780312425074
OCLC Number: 1005500829
Description: x, 660 pages
Contents: While I was sleeping --
The ten forces that flattened the world --
The triple convergence --
The great sorting out --
America and free trade --
The untouchables --
The right stuff --
The quiet crisis --
This is not a test --
The Virgin of Guadalupe --
How companies cope --
Globalization of the local --
If it's not happening, it's because you're not doing it --
What happens when we all have dog's hearing --
The unflat world --
The Dell theory of conflict prevention --
11/9 versus 9/11.
Responsibility: Thomas L. Friedman.

Abstract:

In The World Is Flat, the highly-regarded New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman advances the work on globalization that made his The Lexus and the Olive Tree a bestseller. Claiming that the world is now at an important historical point--as important as the changes brought by the discoveries by Columbus or by the Industrial Revolution--Friedman analyzes the events, inventions, and business practices that have resulted in a changed world, one he calls Globalization 3.0.

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