By Jeremiah J. Sullivan
Paradigms are shifting. The capitalist market model, or extended order, whose globalization forces support the business methods of multinational corporations, is giving way to the Global Village model--one of justice, virtue, stability, and national sovereignty. Sullivan contends that by creating conditions for opposition, globalization may be dooming itself. Here he explains the shifting paradigm and considers its likely impact on corporate conduct. Companies ignoring the growing chorus of discontent with globalization do so at their peril. But those who adapt to new realities will not merely survive--they will prosper.