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The Turning Tide of Globalization: Implications for European-Asian Business Collaboration


The economies of Asia are among the world’s greatest beneficiaries of globalization. Although robust exports and large flows of foreign direct investments have driven economic growth and rapidly improved living standards, globalization has also brought new challenges to the old order. Sluggish economic performance in parts of both Europe and Asia, growing protectionism, stalled trade negotiations, and fast-growing communication technology and robotics have all challenged the globalization momentum of previous decades. For four days, academics, practitioners and PhD students from all continents of the world came together for this year’s annual EAMSA (Euro-Asia Management Studies Association) conference at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark, to discuss how these developments may potentially impact the future of European and Asian companies’ propensity to invest, collaborate and compete across the two regions.

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