Global Paradox

Morrow 1994

Global Paradox, published 13 years ago, proclaimed the global phenomenon we are witnessing today: The Bigger the World Economy, the More Powerful It’s Smallest Players right down to the individual.

John Naisbitt builds a powerful instrument of comprehension about the seemingly chaotic changes that appear to grip our world today. The paradox, as
he sees it, is powered by the explosive developments in telecommunications which are the driving forces simultaneously creating a huge global economy and multiplying and empowering its parts. Anticipating what we know now about China, he shows that while central economic planning got China nowhere, China’s individual entrepreneurs are swiftly moving in the direction of becoming one of the world’s powerful economic players.

New York Times Bestseller
Received England's World Review Award for The Best Book
of The Year.

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