In a complex and growingly chaotic global environment, individuals, companies, and countries are forced to adapt, innovate, and operate in new ways. Creative and unconventional economic and business models are constantly being developed in order for countries and corporations to gain a competitive advantage. Countless novel ideas have challenged traditional views on the merits of globalization. Populist and protectionist sentiments have gained ground alongside calls for economic nationalism, alter-globalization, deglobalization and even unglobalization. Skepticism is on the rise, and there is a pressing need for fresh solutions and viable strategies. This book assembled a cast of international experts and thought leaders and gathered their views on alternative pathways toward global success.