A Q&A With Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum

From a Wall Street Journal story headlined “A Q&A With Klaus Schwab, the Founder of the World Economic Forum”:

The past year brought war in Europe, surging inflation and an energy crisis, all while the world is still fighting the Covid-19 pandemic and related disruptions. Company executives are evaluating global supply chains and considering what they could make closer to home.

The Wall Street Journal’s editor in chief, Matt Murray, and Journal reporter Thomas Gryta sat down with World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab in November as he prepared for his 53rd annual confab in Davos, Switzerland this month. Mr. Schwab, age 84, launched the WEF as a young academic in 1971, but it is now an independent international organization under the Swiss government, similar to the Red Cross.