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Do things have to get worse for the globalists to get better for everyone else? Key institutions—particularly business and government—advocated for and benefited from globalism, but too many people haven’t seen the upside, according to Ian Bremmer. “For the last several decades, on pretty much every front, these institutions have not delivered on issues that matter to the average person.” He sees the nationalist and populist movements as just the beginning of a reset. “It’s pretty clear that the closed-border view is winning.”

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Nicholas C. Barberis
Stephen and Camille Schramm Professor of Finance

Robert Bettigole '83

Hakeem Belo-Osagie
Former Chairman, United Bank of Africa and Emerging Markets Telecommunications Services

Elizabeth Serlemitsos
Chief Advisor, Zambian National AIDS Council

Jenifer Van Vleck
Assistant Professor of History and American Studies, Yale University

Adriana Cisneros
CEO, Cisneros

Ebele Ifedigbo
Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director, The Hood Incubator


Robert A.G. Monks
Corporate Governance Advisor

Michael Sanders
Principal Advisor and Head of Research, The Behavioural Insights Team