Economic Globalization Research Paper by writingsensation

Economic Globalization
An overview of the advantages and disadvantages of economic globalization.
# 68546 | 3,394 words | 24 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Aug 25, 2006 in Economics (International)

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This paper researches and examines the positive and negative impact of globalization. In particular, it looks at the concept of 'economic globalization' and examines the movement against economic globalization and the underlying motivations and arguments. Finally, it researches the evidence supporting each concept and concludes that the globalization in terms of economics has had an overall positive effect.

Statement of Thesis
Positive Aspects of Economic Globalization
Negative Aspects of Globalization
Refutation of Counter Arguments
Anti-Globalization Movements - Classical Theorists
Discussion of Ways that Sovereign States Deal with
Negative Effects of Economic Globalization

From the Paper:

"The Classical Theory holds that an open market for goods and factors of production (labor, capital and nature) will produce the best possible decision affecting growth technologies, distribution of income and the satisfaction of needs. however it is stated that "Most economists today recognize that the market system in the real world produces some undesirable effects - such as the increasing unequal distribution of wealth and power, the domination of markets by the largest producers, pollution and over exploitation of natural resources." (Panos, 2004) The classical theory in economics does not appear to function properly to the new economists."

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