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Local European Organizations: Motivation for Internationalism Introduction: An organization is the collaboration of all efforts, skills, abilities, knowledge and strength of the different people consisting it. In order to make an organization reach its goals, everyone who is in it should cooperate and participate in the actions pertaining to their success in pursuing progressive acts that will help the organization attain their set objectives, perform their mission and actualize their vision. A certain organization can probably be better if it will go into globalization or internationalism. Globalization means success to all local businesses because as they go globalized, they can accumulate and cover wider range of market for their companies. Through this, they can have more competitive advantage and will be able to gain a slot in the international market. Globalization is something that needs proper planning so that the business firm can totally reach its goals (Chittoor, 2008). Moreover globalization is the total implication of what economics mean. Economics is best described to be the study of the proper utilization of limited resources in order to fulfill the limitless wants of the people. Economics is greatly given attention in Europe that’s why most of the countries there are greatly improving. They believe that if they will satisfy what the people in Europe wants, their economy will also rise. Absolutely, their economy has risen to rank the world in continental basis. Europe has adopted many economic principles for it to develop the countries in it having the best way to perform economic tasks with competence. Moreover there are different reasons why organizations chose to get globalized.
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European Economy The world is divided into seven continents and one of these continents is Europe. Only 2% of the world’s surface or about 10,180,000 square kilometers is covered by Europe. In surface area, Europe is the second-smallest continent in the world next to Australia but it is the richest continent in terms of economy. It is also the third-most popular continent next to Asia and Africa. Europe includes more than 731 million people living in 48 different states. It also comprises areas that are nearest to Asia like the Russia. The boundaries of Europe are the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Arctic Ocean on the North and the Mediterranean Sea on the South. The population density of Europe is the second-largest next to Asia. The total area of Europe, though small is still one of the richest continents with resources (Hamilton, 2013). Europe is indeed a rich continent having rich states. They did not view their small surface area to hinder them from becoming the richest continent in the world. Most of the states in Europe are rich; thus, all states had contributed to the wealth of Europe. In fact, even the poorest states in Europe are wealthier than poor countries from other continents. Europe indeed heeds the challenge for being a small continent comprising less number of states to improve their economy and be the richest continent on earth. Economic growth in Europe has been so much improving
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