Globalization as Curse and Salvation


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Globalization as Curse and Salvation
A Theoretical and Case Study Analysis of the Impact of Neo-Liberal Policies on the Countries of the Global South
In 2010 there are few world issues more contentious than globalization. The process of globalization is generally characterized by the radical expansion and integration of global financial markets and liberalization of trade ties, frequently conducted by large, transnational corporations, under the auspices of international bodies such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the World Trade Organization (WTO). Given the fact that these international bodies are dominated by first world nations, and the transnational corporations that comprise a significant...
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