Globalization and Public Policy

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Globalization and Public Policy
Globalization is one of the most important phenomena in the world today. There is a great deal of debate about what globalization actually is. Experts disagree on what the exact effects of globalization with some of them believing that globalization is positive while others believe that it is negative phenomena. Even though there is little consensus on the nature and effect of globalization it is widely agreed that it is transforming the world. For example, Leslie A. Pal argues, “Today it is the overarching international system shaping domestic politics and foreign relations of virtually every country”(Pal, 2010,p.47). In this sense globalization does have a major impact on public policy in a wide range of...
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.....eal with issues that are no longer contained in a single country.
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