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November 2013: Released the 2013 Depth Index of Globalization, a comprehensive analysis of globalization and the rise of emerging markets. 
June 2012: Spoke at TED Global - Actually the World Isn´t Flat
Pankaj Ghemawat is the Anselmo Rubiralta Professor of Global Strategy at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain.
November 2011: Named one of the world’s top 50 business thinkers and awarded the Thinkers50 Best Business Book Award for World 3.0.

August 2008:  Pankaj Ghemawat won the Irwin Outstanding Educator Award from the Academy of Management.

BOOKS & REPORTS
2013 Depth Index of Globalization - DIG
This brand new report analyzes the interplay between globalization and "the big shift" - the rising proportion of trade, capital, information and people flows occurring in emerging economies.
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Remap your strategic mind-set
Shake up your thinking by looking at the world from the perspective of a particular country, industry , or company. "Rooted" maps can help you unearth hidden opportunities and threats.
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Depth Index of Globalization (DIG)
Depth Index of Globalization 2013 shows globalization’s stalled recovery, big shift to emerging markets. Tracks trade, capital, information, and people flows across 139 countries.
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Online Distance and Difference Analysis
Custom Analysis and Mapping covering 163 countries, 65 industries, and 16 types of distances and differences.
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Global Attitude Protocol (GAP) Survey
Identify opportunities to improve your global mindset and compare your score versus students at a leading international business school.
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ONLINE TOOLS
Maps
Globalization Index
CAGE Comparator
GAP
LATEST BLOG POST
Are CEOs Really India’s Leading Export? 3/19/2014 3:33:00 AM
Satya Nadella’s appointment as Microsoft’s CEO was greeted with headlines such as “Why Microsoft and Everyone Else Loves Indian CEOs,” echoing Time’s 2011 lead heralding “India’s Leading Export: CEOs.” But have Indians really risen to the top of many of the world’s largest corporations? A systematic analysis of mid-2013 data on the world’s largest firms by revenue, the Fortune Global 500, shows that at that time only three non-Indian ...
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SPEAKING AND ADVISORY
I speak and consult regularly on globalization and its business strategy and public policy implications, as well as on competitive strategy. To request more information, please e-mail or call my office.
RECENT ACTIVITY
Apr. 23, 2014 tweet
Nice to see irreversibility as hallmark of strategic choices getting attention ~25 yrs after my 1st book, Commitment http://t.co/RLPffcc7pw
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Apr. 23, 2014 tweet
What's morally acceptable? How citizens of different countries vary in their opinions on issues of “morality” http://t.co/P79eTFVlBD
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Apr. 23, 2014 tweet
Interactive map based on Google Translate gives a sense of how Europe's geography and languages relate http://t.co/cSbXCt90pG
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Apr. 22, 2014 tweet
Tough int'l benchmarks for US middle class. Overtaken on income by Canada's; some EU countries closing the gap. http://t.co/HfeoZ9vuxy
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Apr. 22, 2014 tweet
McDonalds China adding rice dishes, green tea ice cream. Localization strategy aims to turn around slumping sales. http://t.co/ez4B55ljZy
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Apr. 22, 2014 tweet
@MarkMacLean_ Very glad you enjoyed the course. Thanks for participating.
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Apr. 22, 2014 tweet
@franvalseca Students (who made the 70% cut) were issued certificates on April 11. They can be downloaded from' course records on Coursera.
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Apr. 22, 2014 tweet
@MarkMacLean_ The top 20% of students received a distinction. For this iteration of the course that equated to 94% .
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Apr. 22, 2014 tweet
Which 10 languages most crucial to UK’s prosperity, security influence? British Council study: Spanish #1 Chinese #4 http://t.co/htpJieIu0W
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Apr. 21, 2014 tweet
You can’t buy Google Glass yet in the US, but you can on TaoBao. How Glass already made its way across the Pacific: http://t.co/vmCnrQSwmD
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Apr. 20, 2014 tweet
Arabic is 5th most spoken language & Saudi Arabia #1 on % net users on Twitter. Why're only 1% of websites in Arabic? http://t.co/gt3rADHXsj
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Apr. 19, 2014 tweet
Balancing standardization and uniqueness, and using similiarities to understand unfamiliarity via @JugCerovic’s maps http://t.co/FLfAMJ870U
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Apr. 18, 2014 tweet
@Stravalue Thanks so much., Very glad you enjoyed it.
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Apr. 18, 2014 tweet
@Alrick_pagnon Thanks so much!
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Apr. 14, 2014 tweet
Trying to take that perfect shot for instagram? Chances are, someone else already has. The most instagrammed places: http://t.co/auKlk2C4ID
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Apr. 13, 2014 tweet
India #1 on list of countries w/ most FB censorship requests, China notably off the list, perhaps b/c FB all blocked http://t.co/QRzgtbRHCG
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Apr. 12, 2014 tweet
US to China corn exports fall 85%: China rejects US corn citing GMO concern,or just trying to favor local producers? http://t.co/GhrXSWeZg9
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Apr. 12, 2014 tweet
Which countries have the most religious diversity? Hint: 6 of the top 12 are in Asia/Pacific http://t.co/MKc6LfWhCG
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Apr. 11, 2014 tweet
@pvmerode Thank you! Very glad you enjoyed the course.
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Apr. 11, 2014 tweet
China produces almost 60% of the world's cement but has "little impact on global supplies or prices." Why? Distance! http://t.co/oA7wjFPp3f
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Mar. 24, 2014 Online course
Session 8
The Implications of Distances for Personal Strategy


 
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Mar. 19, 2014 blog
Are CEOs Really India’s Leading Export?
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Mar. 17, 2014 Online Course
Session 7
The Implications of Distances for Business Strategy




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Mar. 10, 2014 Online Course
Session 6
Economic


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Mar. 03, 2014 Online Course
Session 5
Geographic



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Feb. 24, 2014 Online Course
Session 4
Administrative

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Feb. 17, 2014 Online Course
Session 3
Undertanding Cultural, Administrative, Geographic and Economic Distances


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Feb. 10, 2014 Online Course
Session 2
The CAGE Distance Framework


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Feb. 03, 2014 Online Course
Globalization of Business Enterprise course

The course starts on Monday February 3rd.

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Feb. 03, 2014 Online Course
Session 1
Globalization and Globaloney


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Jan. 13, 2014 blog
WTO’s baby steps at Bali a big deal
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Nov. 14, 2013 blog
Are Multinationals Becoming Less Global?
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Sep. 30, 2013 blog
For Corporate Cosmopolitanism, Start at the Top
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Sep. 19, 2013 Seminar
Strategic Management Academic Seminar - University of Toronto
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Jun. 07, 2013 Event
At the Fortune Global Forum, Chengdu (China). "Global Go-To-Market Strategies."
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May. 27, 2013 Event
At IESE, Barcelona, Fast Forward: Building Tomorrow´s Business World, Pankaj Ghemawat will be a keynote speaker. His subject: "Globalization Today and Tomorrow."
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Apr. 03, 2013 Event
Herbert Simon Award of Rajk Laszlo College for Advanced Studies in Budapest
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Jan. 31, 2013 blog
World Less Globalized Today than in 2007: DHL Global Connectedness Index 2012
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Nov. 29, 2012 Speech
La Jornada Empresa i Coneixement - Auditori Palau de Congressos de Girona
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Nov. 03, 2012 Speech
Global Alumni Reunion in Sao Paulo - IESE
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Sep. 20, 2012 Speech
The Economist
The High-Growth Markets Summit. Driving Business in the Global Economy
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Jul. 02, 2012 Speech
AIB 2012 Annual Meeting in Washington
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Jun. 07, 2012 Speech
World 3.0, how to achieve prosperity at BI Norwegian Business School
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May. 04, 2012 blog
Who's Afraid of a Few Big Companies Taking Over the World?
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Sep. 01, 2011 blog
Financial Fears, Flows, and Globalization
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Apr. 28, 2011 blog
Stretching Your Global Mindset
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LATEST VIDEOS
TED GLOBAL 2012
It may seem that we're living in a borderless world where ideas, goods and people flow freely from nation to nation. We're not even close, says Pankaj Ghemawat. With ...
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Nov. 14, 2014 Event
Drucker Forum Vienna in November. Subject will be "Managing Complexity".
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