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ourfiniteworld.com/2013/02/22/twelve-reasons-why...

Globalization seems to be looked on as an unmitigated "good" by economists. Unfortunately, economists seem to be guided by their badly flawed models; they miss real-world problems. In particular, they miss the point that the world is finite. We don't have infinite resources, or unlimited ability to handle excess pollution. So we are setting up…

www.forbes.com/.../05/06/the-pros-and-cons-of-globalization

Supporters of globalization argue that it has the potential to make this world a better place to live in and solve some of the deep-seated problems like unemployment and poverty. 1.

www.reference.com/science/problems-globalization-55b1782c3...

Globalization is the process through which countries become increasingly connected through developments in technology, trade and cultural exchange. One of the largest problems with globalization is that it operates mostly in the interest of economically developed countries that already control the global economy.

soapboxie.com/economy/Problems-with-Globalization

There are many problems with globalization that need to be addressed including, exploitation, loss of domestic jobs, and the deterioration of ancient cultures. However, there are ways countries can live with globalization and limit its negative effects. Exploitation caused by globalization is a ...

www.academia.edu/2333671

Benifits and Problems of Globalization by: Flourish I. Abumere Published by uPublish.info What do economists mean by the term globalization? Charles W.L. Hill simply defines globalization as "the shift towards a more integrated and inter-dependent world economy" (quoted in Hill, 2007 p. 5).

www.imf.org/external/np/exr/ib/2008/053008.htm

The following is a brief overview to help guide anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the many issues associated with globalization. What is Globalization? Economic "globalization" is a historical process, the result of human innovation and technological progress.

oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/whats-the-problem-with-globalization

Global Financial Crisis. No-one talks much about globalization these days, so an invitation from some research pals for a Chatham House Rules brainstorm on revisiting the issue piqued my interest. Some thoughts and questions emerging from the conversation. Do we even know what the problem is? The initial discussions were very much between ...

time.com/3753284/these-are-the-7-challenges-of-globalization

These Are the 7 Challenges of Globalization. By Ian Bremmer March 21, 2015 Some argue that globalization is grinding to a screeching halt. ... the rest of the West is distracted with problems at ...

www.globalization101.org/issues-in-depth

Issues in Depth explain the fundamental issues and current controversies related to globalization. They offer in-depth discussions of the problems and policy decisions facing citizens, governments, international institutions, and non-governmental organizations in the interconnected world economy and society.

netivist.org/debate/globalization-pros-and-cons-economic...

The anti-globalization movement has grown. Not only left-wing anti-capitalists oppose globalization, but conservative nationalists have recently emerged as a strong force against it. To what extent is globalization to blame for problems such as national unemployment, inequality, terrorism and cultural homogenization? Globalization pros and cons