Globalization & International Economics

Gould, Marie
April 2018
Globalization & International Business -- Research Starters Busi;4/1/2018, p1
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This article focuses on globalization and how it affects the economic, political, and social frameworks of countries across the world. There is a discussion of the four aspects of globalization as well as the pros and cons of its implementation. In addition, the article discusses the impact of globalization on emerging markets.


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