The World Is Flat Release 3.0 Summary

Flattener 5 – Outsourcing Via the Internet

  • In 1951 Nehru set up seven institutes of technology in India. Since India’s socialist government could not provide good jobs for the talent the United States hired top talent. With all of the capacity available from the fiber-optic bubble, Indian talent could stay at home and do work for American companies. A lot of other work goes to and from India in digital format via fiber left from the dot-com bust. India is not the only country providing remote access to talent, but they have the biggest impact due to their size and educational system.
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One Response to “The World Is Flat Release 3.0 Summary”

  1. I have had it with this unconsidered love of the Great Tom. Just have a gander at this if you really want to know what this narcissistic clown is all about:

    No, I won’t read Friedman again any time soon even if it is hot

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