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Globalization

Author : Jürgen Osterhammel
ISBN : 9780691133959
Genre : Business & Economics
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'Globalization' has become a popular buzzword for explaining today's world. The expression achieved terminological stardom in the 1990s and was soon embraced by the general public and integrated into numerous languages. This text makes the case that globalization is not so new after all.
Category: Business & Economics

Globalization

Author : Michael M. Weinstein
ISBN : 0231134592
Genre : Political Science
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With contributions from some of globalization's cheer-leaders (David Dollar), its most vocal critics (Joseph E. Stiglitz), and those in between, this collection of essays analyzes globalization's impact on wages and the environment; the degree to which foreign aid helps developing countries; the failures of global governance; immigration; and how foreign investments can wreak havoc on a nation's economy.
Category: Political Science

Globalization

Author : Gary J. Wells
ISBN : 1590331281
Genre : Science
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Globalisation is a term usually used to describe intercontinental economic, social and political; integration. This book gives a general overview of the concept of globalisation. It also attempts to define globalism in relation to globalisation. Globalism is employed in this book to describe networks of interdependence functioning at multi-continental distances. Globalisation is an increase in globalism and de-globalisation is a reduction. In providing an introductory view of these networks, with an emphasis on contemporary economic factors, a goal of this work is to illustrate how policy consequences, sometimes unintended, may be dispersed via globalised networks.
Category: Science

Globalization

Author : Sara M. Hamilton
ISBN : 1604531096
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines numerous viewpoints on the topic of globalization.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Virtuous Vice

Author : Siamack Shojai
ISBN : 0275968103
Genre : Education
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Looks at the cultural, political, social, and economic impacts of globalization and internationalization.
Category: Education

Globalization

Author : Andrew Jones
ISBN : 9780745643229
Genre : Political Science
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Globalization: Key Thinkers offers a critical commentary on the leading thinkers in the contemporary globalization debate, as well as new arguments about the future direction of globalization thinking. The book guides the reader through the key arguments of leading thinkers, explaining their place in the wider globalization debate and evaluating their critical reception. Eleven thematic chapters focus on one or two key thinkers covering every aspect of the globalization debate including the theoretical arguments of Anthony Giddens and Manuel Castells, to the positive arguments of Thomas Friedman and Martin Wolf and the reforming ideas of Joseph Stiglitz. Other chapters variously address the ideas of Immanuel Wallerstein, Arjun Appadurai, Paul Hirst, Naomi Klein, Grahame Thompson, David Held, Anthony McGrew, Michael Hardt, Antonio Negri, Saskia Sassen and Peter Dicken. Each chapter also provides some carefully selected recommendations for further reading for the thinkers discussed. The book ends with a concluding chapter that examines how thinking about globalization is likely to develop in future. Whilst individual chapters can stand alone, the book is designed as a whole to enhance the reader′s understanding of how different thinkers′ ideas relate and contrast to each other.
Category: Political Science

Globalization

Author : Frank J. Lechner
ISBN : 9781405169066
Genre : Political Science
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Written in a lively and accessible style, "Globalization: The Making of World Society" shows how globalization affects everyday experience, creates new institutions, and presents new challenges. With many examples, Lechner describes how the process unfolds in a wide range of fields, from sports and media to law and religion. While sketching the outlines of a world society in the making, the book also demonstrates that globalization is inherently diverse and contentious. In this concise analysis of a complex subject, Lechner presents some of the best work in the social sciences in clear and readable fashion. "Globalization: The Making of World Society" will serve as a stimulating, state-of-the-art text for any student of globalization, beginner or advanced.
Category: Political Science

Globalization Engineering And Creativity

Author : John Reader
ISBN : 9781598291520
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The text addresses the impact of globalization within engineering, particularly on working practices and prospects for creativity. It suggests that accepted norms of economic activity create enclosures and thresholds within the profession, which – as engineers increase their awareness (reflexivity) – will shape the future of engineering, and the values which underpin it. It is aimed at practicing engineers and those in training and is an introduction to the social and political context currently setting new challenges for the profession.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Globalization

Author : Manfred B. Steger
ISBN : 1402768788
Genre : Political Science
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For many scholars and political activists, “globalization” encompasses a variety of economic, political, cultural, ideological, and environmental practices that have accelerated in the last few decades. Manfred Steger presents globalization in plain, readable English as a multifaceted system encompassing global, regional, and local aspects of social life. In addition to unpacking the term’s various dimensions, he investigates whether globalization is “good” or “bad”: a question hotly debated in classrooms, boardrooms, and on the streets.
Category: Political Science