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Before globalization it would not have been possible to know about other countries and their cultures. Due to important tools of globalization like television, radio, satellite and internet, it is possible today to know what is happening in any countries such as, America, Japan and Australia. Moreover, people worldwide can know each other better through globalization. For example, it is easy to see more and more Hollywood stars shows the cultures different from America.

However, although globalization has many disadvantages, we believe that globalization has brought the developing countries many more benefits than the detriments. For example, we can see there is more and a biggest opportunity for people in both developed countries and developing countries to sell as many goods to as many people as right now, so we can say this is the golden age for business, commerce and trade. Moreover, they warn that attempts to explain the suffering of women in developing countries in simplistic terms often tend to reproduce a «colonial stance» toward the global South. For instance, as we explained above, Chandra Mohanty sees elements of imperialism in Western feminist scholarship on women in the global South.

Further evidence indicates that there is a positive growth-effect in countries that are sufficiently rich, as are most of the developed nations. Economic globalization echoes the views of neoliberal and neoclassicist thinkers in which states lose prominence and the world becomes a single global market of individual consumers. These consumers are characterized by their material and economic self-interest – rather than cultural, civic or other forms of identity. The expansion and dominance of global companies and brands is another key feature. These corporations contribute to deepen global interconnectedness not only by uniformly shaping consumption patterns across societies, but by binding economies together through complex supply chains, trade networks, flows of capital and manpower. Increasing economic globalization has made understanding the world economy more important than ever.

As transport costs become less important, Mexico is increasingly competing with China and Bangladesh — where labor goes for as little as 9 cents an hour. This is one reason that real wages for the lowest-paid workers in Mexico dropped by 50 percent from 1985 to 2000. Chile began to grow, but inequality soared — the other problem with Pinochet’s globalization was that it left out the poor. While the democratic governments that succeeded Pinochet have not yet been able to reduce inequality, at least it is no longer increasing, and they have been able to use the fruits of Chile’s growth to help the poor.

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America has just instructed its main federal pension fund to stop buying Chinese shares, and so far this year countries representing 59% of world GDP have tightened their rules on foreign investment. As governments try to pay down their new debts by taxing firms and investors, some countries may be tempted to further restrict the flow of capital across borders. The open system of trade that had dominated the world economy for decades had been damaged by the financial crash and the Sino-American trade war.

  • External economies of scale include the benefits of positive externalities enjoyed by firms as a result of the development of an industry or the whole economy.
  • The future of economic globalisation problems, for which the Davos men and women see themselves as caretakers, had been shaken by a series of political earthquakes.
  • He has done theoretical research and field studies on rural institutions in poor countries, on the political economy of development policies, and on international trade.
  • Sometimes that change is as simple as being able to make a phone call to neighboring market towns.

The scale of both migration and displaced populations has become a major source of international debate and domestic political tensions in a growing number of countries. Yet, migration and labor mobility are an essential feature of a world where populations are stagnant and aging in some countries but young and growing elsewhere. They also reflect the human cost of conflict and climate induced displacement, neither of which is likely to diminish in the near term. Properly managed, migration can be a major, even critical, source of opportunity with shared benefits for sending and receiving countries – as shown by CGD research. The social dimension of globalization refers to the impact of globalization on the life and work of people, on their families, and their societies.

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