Centuries of Globalization; Centuries of Exclusion: African Women, Human Rights, and the New" International Trade Regime
- International Production and Employment. TEAU, Anca-Mihaela; PROTOPOPESCU, Cristina Elena // Romanian Statistical Review;2013, Issue Sup, p177
The present article analyses the impact of an integrated international production system on the quantity and quality of employment, human resource development and, more generally, to the organization of work. As created assets have become more and more important in international competitiveness,...
- A force for good. Miller, William H. // Industry Week/IW;04/19/99, Vol. 248 Issue 8, p8
Presents information on a report disproving charges that multinational companies are exploiting developing nations. Facts indicating that these companies are contributing to the economic development of the developing countries where they operate.
- Local heroes. Stace, Doug // BRW;9/18/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 36, p67
Asserts that a new model for economic globalization has emerged. Failure of the U.S. concept of globalization; Need of global companies to acquire local character; Important role of regional areas in Australia's economic future.
- TRANSNATIONAL CLASS FORMATION? GLOBALIZATION AND THE CANADIAN CORPORATE NETWORK. Klassen, Jerome; Carroll, William K. // Journal of World-Systems Research;Spring2011, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p379
The issue of transnational class formation has figured centrally in recent debates on globalization. These debates revolve around the question of whether or not new patterns of cross-border trade and investment have established global circuits of capital out of which a transnational capitalist...
- Globalization: Definition, Processes and Concepts. CUTERELA, Sandu // Romanian Statistical Review;2012, Issue Sup, p137
The paper initiates from two assumptions: the first one is that globalization is an inevitable phenomenon, characterizing our development era, a phenomenon that the human society is forced to understand, because for the first time, it questions the surviving and evolution of the human society....
- International Expansion & Market Entry of Mainland Chinese Businesses in Germany within the Context of Culture. Miroslawski, Gregor // China Media Research;Apr2008, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p46
Current literature relating to culture and the internationalization of businesses is mostly concerned with the internationalization of companies from the Western hemisphere. This has especially proven to be true in the case of the emergence of Mainland China on the global market. Most, if not...
- THE GRANDDADDY OF ALL NETWORKS. // Financial Executive;Jul/Aug1993, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p56
This article presents the author's perspective on the increase in cooperation among nations and business leaders of different countries. These networks, or loose affiliations, of shared interests are provoking cultural and value exchanges that are mutually beneficial. The author cites the...
- Should LDCs Love MNCs? Santoro, Michael // Foreign Policy;Jan/Feb2002, Issue 128, p94
Discusses the significance of multinational corporations (MNC) in the debate over globalization and its impact on developing countries. Determinants of self-regulation among MNC in China; Benefits of research-and-development activities of MNC in developing countries; How MNC consider local...
- ifo Weltwirtschaftsklima weiter verschlechtert Ergebnisse des 114. World Economic Survey (WES) fï¿½r das vierte Quartal 2011. Nerb, Gemot; Plenk, Johanna // ifo Schnelldienst;11/24/2011, Vol. 64 Issue 22, p39
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