Debating Globalization

Debating Globalization - DebatingGlobalization 13:40

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Debating Globalization 13:40 Debating globalization is tied with how they evaluate globalization Premises/ parameters of debate Theoretical/ epistemological; our old picture Normative/realist Economic terms progress vs… Poverty/humanitarian Ecological Moral-ethical/political Economic vs cultural and political Universalist vs cultural difference  Evaluating Globalization: On what terms? Politics? Economics? Culture? What is each of their position on economic globalization and corporations? How do they see the role of government regulations? What do they see as the role of government regulation? Comments on the nature of how they are making these arguments. Baghwati Corporations are a good thing Market driven globalization is the best model by far
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course INTS 210 taught by Professor Weiler during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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Debating Globalization - DebatingGlobalization 13:40

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