“ Inclusive Growth vis-à-vis Globalization and Reverse Globalization 

Public sentiment about globalization has taken a sharp turn. The election of Donald Trump, Brexit and rise of ultra-right parties in Europe are all signs of growing popular displeasure with the free movement of trade, capital, people and information. But are we underestimating the potential gains from increased globalization and overestimating its harmful consequences? The once popular vision of “Borderless World” is losing its hold with the realities of doing business in different markets indicating changed dynamics and rules. As we start facing more complexities, isn’t the time ripe for business and political leaders to find the right balance that promotes inclusive economic prosperity and sustainable growth?