Globalization Essay by Master Researcher

This paper defines globalization and its effects on world economies.
# 91112 | 675 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Economics (General) , Economics (Globalization)

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The paper discusses globalization and its various attributes. Globalization is examined in the context of an international, economic and technological infrastructure paradigm upon which commerce and financial enterprise mechanisms travel. To conclude, the research discusses globalization's various positive and negative attributes regarding job loss and job creation, as well as its ability to spur economic growth while at the same time, its ability to completely bypass markets.

From the Paper:

"People use it to explain many things, but when asked to define it, the term often defies explanation. One source defines globalization as: The integration of the world's culture, economy, and infrastructure driven by the lowering of political barriers to transnational trade and investment and by the rapid proliferation of communication and information technologies. The term is often used in reference to the substantial impact of free-market forces on local, regional and national economies. (Globalization, 2006a) The key points in the given definition would seem to be culture, economy and infrastructure, since globalization is often blamed or praised for caused phenomena within each of these areas."

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