AFM131 - Module 2 - Globalization_Question_Themes

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Globalization Multiple Choice Question Themes 1. How would globalization effect you as a: consumer, employee, business owner or student (slide 11) 2. Distinction either exporting or importing (page 71) 3. Implications of free trade (page 71) 4. Implications of comparative or absolute advantage (slide 13, 14, 15 or page 72) 5. Canada’s trading patterns (Figure 3.3 on page 74) 6. Measuring global trade: balance of trade, trade deficit or balance of payments (page 75) 7. Reasons for trading with the U.S. (slide 17) 8. Canadian trading experience (page 75) 9. “Borderline Insanity”, politics and U.S./Canadian border security (slide 19, 20, 21) 10. Strategies for reaching global markets: exporting, licensing, franchising, contract manufacturing, international joint venture or strategic alliance, or foreign direct
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Unformatted text preview: investment (slides 24 and 25, pages 78 83) 11. C.K. Prahalad Globalization Effects on the Global Poor, affect of globalization on poor, Gini co-efficient and income in-equality (slides 28, 29 and 30) 12. Socio-cultural forces affecting global trading (page 84) 13. Economic forces affecting global trading (page 85 and 86) 14. Legal and regulatory forces affecting global trading (page 86) 15. Technological forces (page 86) 16. Trade protectionism including: dumping, tariffs, import quotas, embargos (slides 31 and 32 and pages 86 88) 17. Inter-provincial trade barriers (slide 33) 18. Trade agreements (pages 89 and 90) 19. Producers cartels (page 90) 20. Common markets (page 90)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2012 for the course AFM 131 taught by Professor Sdf during the Winter '10 term at Waterloo.

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