Davos Man Concerned About the World, Schwab Says

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Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, talks about "Davos Man," a term used for government, industry and financial leaders who participate in the annual conference in Davos, Switzerland. The term "Davos Man" was created by the late Samuel Huntington, a professor at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., to describe those who have international visions and view the only use of governments as easing “the elite’s global operations." Schwab spoke with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker in Davos yesterday (Source: Bloomberg)


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