TITLE

CREATIVE DESTRUCTION AND GLOBALIZATION

AUTHOR(S)
Grennes, Thomas
PUB. DATE
January 2003
SOURCE
CATO Journal;Winter2003, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p543
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the concept of creative destruction in relation to globalization. Sources of economic growth; Equivalence of technical change and trade; Differences in income per capita across countries.
ACCESSION #
9633181

 

Related Articles

  • Moscow on the mind. Martinez, Michelle // Modern Metals;Sep2004, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p6 

    Explains the need for people in the U.S. to change their view about Russia. Traditional view about Russia; Reputation of Russia in the metal trade and industry as of September 2004; Economic growth posted by the country in the first seven months of 2004; Metal trade between Russia and the U.S.;...

  • XENOPHOBIA: Contemporary Issues in Psychology. ALARAPE, A. I. // IFE PsychologIA;2011supplement, Special section p74 

    Economic development is enhanced by international trade when a country's exports drive its economic growth. Many countries grow far more quickly than they would otherwise have done because of the opening up of international trade. Millions of people are better off in some Asian countries as a...

  • NEW INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES. Hosgur, Manjunath S. // Indian Streams Research Journal;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 11, Special section p1 

    We can accept that till now economic policies are implemented carefully. Because implementations of these new economic politics Indian is attaining average 5.5% to 06% annual economic growth. For the first time national achieving more economic growth compare to past. So Indian foreign trade is...

  • Los países andinos en la perspectiva de la globalización. Jiménez, Edgard Moncayo // Desafíos;2006, Vol. 15, p41 

    The asymmetric and heterogeneous phenomenon of the globalization offers opportunities to some societies, but also impacts adversely others. This paper evaluates for the Andean countries on an empirical basis the outcome of their insertion in the global economy during the last no decades. To this...

  • Fighting Global Terrorism With Global Trade. Ghosh, Neil // World Trade;Nov2003, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p10 

    Discusses the use of global trade to fight global terrorism. Details on injustice as a cause of terrorism; Conclusions on the role of social and economic development in countering a resurgence of terrorism; Effect of globalization on economic well-being and security.

  • INTERNATIONALIZATION AND INNOVATION: THE CHALLENGES FOR EUROPE IN A CHANGING WORLD. Emiliano, Colantonio; Francesca, D'Angelo; Iacopo, Odoardi; Domenico, Scamuffa // Annals of the University of Oradea, Economic Science Series;2010, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p214 

    A large part of the economic literature is unanimous in believing technological progress and openness to foreign trade are key variables to trigger the processes of stable and persistent economic growth. An in-depth analysis of these factors, thus, becomes necessary both to meet the challenges...

  • How Globalization Will Change Japan-China Trading Patterns. Mukoyama, Hidehiko // Japanese Economy;Fall2003/Winter2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3/4, p8 

    Discusses how globalization will change the trading patterns between Japan and China. Percentage of total world exports accounted for by China in the second quarter of 2002; Benefits of the rapid economic development of China on its Asian neighbors; Information on the dramatic changes in the...

  • For Richer, for Poorer. Pavcnik, Nina // Finance & Development;Dec2016, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p34 

    The article offers information about the impact of international trade on inequality in developing economies, which are considered not in a good position in dealing with the growth in income and opportunity inequality. It discusses the relatively cheap workforces, growing inequality and the...

  • DELOITTE: GLOBAL GROWTH IN 2017 COULD BE BETTER THAN WHAT THE IMF THINKS.  // CFO Innovation Asia;1/16/2017, p1 

    The article focuses on the forecast made by international organization International Monetary Fund (IMF) regarding global growth. According to the Big Four accounting firm Deloitte Asia is leading the way of global economic growth. Also discussed that India and China are increasingly being...

Share

Read the Article

Other Topics