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Lecture18 The History of Globalization
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Lecture Organization What is “globalization”? A brief History of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century Globalization in the contemporary era A focus on financial globalization Other aspects of globalization Conclusion
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Globalization Globalization  has many definitions, but  generally it refers to various global  interconnections The interconnections exist across a  variety of human activities Economic Social Political Cultural Biological  Summary of the term/concept   Globalization
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Communications networks made possible by the telegraph, telephone, and undersea cable. Transportation networks made possible by the railway, steamship, and (soon to come) airplane. Trade and financial networks. Diplomatic relations and alliances. Relations between imperial powers and the colonial peoples they ruled.   Before we go any further,  how was the world tied  together at the end of the 
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Europe European descent-dense European descent-sparse European “influence” European colonies Japanese Empire
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 Western European countries  achieved greater economic power  than most other countries as a  result of industrialization.
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