Mariana, Lupan; Gabriela, Prelipcean
June 2009
Annals of the University of Oradea, Economic Science Series;2009, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p393
Academic Journal
In the last years the humanity assists to the fundamental changes in economy no matter the level from which is regarded. These changes are so fast and intensive that many times the humanity is confronting also with adaptation difficulties and also with the collapses of some value systems which have proved themselves incompatible with new realities to the world level. So, we've became the witnesses of a world in which the commercial bounds and the capital fluxes between countries have grown so much that the globalization of the world economy is a reality. The globalization is a term used to describe a multi-causative process which has as result the fact that the events which takes place in some part of the globe have more and more wide repercussive on the societies and on the problems from other parts of the globe. There isn't any definition of the globalization in a universal accepted form and, probably, not even final. The reason consists in the fact that the globalization sub-includes a multitude of complex processes with a variable dynamic, touching diverse domains of one society. This can be a phenomena, an ideology, a strategy or all together.


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