Globalisation's misguided assumptions
- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: 10 MEGATRENDS AND HOW THEY GREW. Levine, Ted M. // Economic Development Review;Winter85, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p7
Discusses trends in economic development. Sources of job; Business retention; Globalization; Site selection decisions; High technology production.
- chapter 3: Special Report. // Chile Business Forecast Report;2008 2nd Quarter, p19
The article provides information on the increasing growth of the downturn of the global economy and examine the prospects for key global economies such as U.S., China and Japan.
- Taipei as a Global City: A Theoretical and Empirical Examination. Chia-Huang Wang // Urban Studies (Routledge);Feb2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p309
The paper discusses Taipei's status as a regional global city within the context of the theoretical framework of Hill and Kim. The discussion is based on both theoretical and empirical considerations. On the one hand, theoretical discourses revolving around global cities tend to ignore the...
- Globalization and National Economic Development: Analyzing Benefits and Costs. Anwar, Sajid // Journal of Business & Management;Fall2002, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p411
Recognizing that liberalization of economies leads to economics growth, many governments throughout the world have been eager to embrace globalization. Generally this has led to higher rates of growth. Indeed, those countries which have avoided globalization have been the slowest growing group...
- A Clash of Globalizations. Henry, Clement // Harvard International Review;Spring2003, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p60
Focuses on the obstacles to economic development in the Middle East. Political and military instability in the Middle East; Challenges to globalization; Findings of the 'Arab Human Development Report 2002.'
- HYPOCRISY IS TOO KIND A WORD. Orakwue, Stella // New African;Oct2002, Issue 411, p52
Comments on the advantages of globalization. Politics of modern economic development; Opportunities of traders for business expansion; Issues on the privatization of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
- Globalization: from rhetoric to evidence. Feachem, Richard G.A. // Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2001, Vol. 79 Issue 9, p804
Focuses on the consequences of globalization. Establishment of links between openness to trade, economic growth, incomes of the poor and health of the poor; Details on the political and social benefits of openness; Aspects of international scrutiny and intervention.
- Globalisation, Regionalisms and the South in the 1990s: Towards a New Political Economy of Development. Shaw, Timothy M. // European Journal of Development Research;Dec95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p257
Focuses on regionalisms in the context of globalization in the South. Approaches of the state in economic direction, infrastructural development and welfare; Efforts to recapture and redefine development; Status of the South in the global political economy.
- Globalisation, Governance and Development: A Political Economy Perspective. Hveem, Helge // European Journal of Development Research;Jun2002, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p219
Identifies the theories on the role of state in development which have stood up well against the critique from neo-liberal economics. Preconditions for development in an open economy; Convergence of ideas in contestations of globalization; View of hyperglobalizers on governance.
- Shaping globalisation. Johnston, Donald J. // OECD Observer;Sep2001, Issue 228, p3
Editorial. Comments on the aspects of globalization. Accounts on the significance of globalization on the economic development; Remarks on thee challenges and priorities of a democratic society; Views on the potential offering of globalization to world development.