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Recent antiglobalization protests reveal a wide divide between the elites and the public in terms of how they view globalization. Therefore, it seems important to know the attitude toward globalization held by future business leaders, who are being educated currently and who will shape the global economy in the future. The authors find that college students, albeit at a young age, hold a substantially more positive view toward globalization when compared with the general public. Business majors and students with white-collar parents are especially likely to have such a positive attitude. The implications of these findings for managers and management educators are discussed.
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