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    Globalization: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly As a beginning business student, I have yet to determine whether or not globalization can be considered positive or negative for the world markets. To me the idea of something being good for business would be simply something that increases the profitability of the business. However, when talking about large concepts such as globalization, it is hard to definitively say that it is good or bad. By understanding the pros and cons of globalization, I hope…

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    governments are connecting globally and expanding production through operations that essentially increases exports and imports. Globalization did not happen overnight, there have been many key drivers in this economic procedure and since 1970, international business has slowly risen to the powerhouse which it is in our 21st century today. What we do know is that globalisation was driven and is still being driven by the advancements in technology, transportation and the global financial market.…

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    “In the early 1800s, an estimated 80 percent of the world’s population lived on today’s equivalent of $1.50 a day or less. It took more than 150 years . . . to cut that share in half (the first time). The miracle is that mankind has managed to cut the ranks of the poor in half again, this time in a mere 25 years” (Griswold 2) But what is this miracle? How did we manage to achieve these astonishing results? The answer lies on the increase in globalization in recent years. Through the use of…

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    since 1980s, period due to rapid industrialization and increase in multinational corporations’ expansion to developing counties (Croome 1998). Apart from the role played by WTO in mobilizing and harmonizing international trade activities, disputes on policies of WTO always raised in international media. The main argument raised by the correspondents of developing counties is related to the benefits received by developed countries as a…

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    Both The IMF and the World Bank were founded at Bretton Woods in July 1944 to serve a critical need that existed towards the end of WWII in response the international chaos of the world financial systems. The Great Depression was still in recent memory, and the European economies were in shambles as WWII was coming to a close. It served its initial purpose admirably, by assisting in the rebuilding the countries and economies of both Europe and Japan. Few would dispute their success in these…

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    Impacts Of The IMF

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    The first source is demonstrating through an image, the power and impacts of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) who is an organization in charge of providing short term financial assistance for poor countries as well as monitor exchange rates. The first source shows an image of a man wearing a suit, representing the IMF due to the acronym of ‘IMF’ on his suit and a scrawny boy who is offering him a bowl in exchange for a loan which the man is carrying in his hand. The source’s perspective is…

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    and consent of other states, should not be affected by globalization of financial capitalism, leaving the other two components from Li and Zhou: financial authority and capability to be impacted. Status aside, a state’s ability to manage its own monetary policies are crucial for maintenance of its economic policy. MNCs play a large role with regards to affecting a developing nation’s standing.…

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    companies further reduce the cost of expenditure, thus it led the local companies lose their competitive, then the small local shops could be merged or be eliminated, led to the social business would be controlled by foreign capital and the public fund mostly are transfer to other countries. Another factor that will happen after the first factor, MNC which have many influence of economic convention of developing countries, this meaning the national sovereignty will be weaken seriously that have…

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    also triggered economic issues like economic crises, deficits in the balance of payments, capital outflows, and inconveniences with the exchange rate. Although capital flows could be considered risky, it is important to consider the evolution of international economy and the interaction of its economic actors to determine if capital flows trigger benefits. According with Steger, the contemporary economic globalization started with the emergence of Bretton Woods. The United States and Grain…

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    national economies are becoming interdependent, integrated global economic system. This world is where the amount of goods and services and investment across borders have expanded rapidly than the world output. Even after this significant increase, international institutions such as the World Trade Organisation and leaders of powerful economies across the globe are working towards…

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