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Winners and Losers in Globalization

Summary: A definition of economic globalization and the benefits and negative consequences of globalization for both the developed and underdeveloped world.
Globalization is an increasingly close international integration of markets for goods, services and factors of production, labor and capital. Right after the World War II, the world has witnessed a spread of markets and multilateral development from which no country can operate independently. This multi-dimensional process has different impacts on different countries, depending on the level of economic development and political influence, and it has both positive and negative consequences for human development.

New stage of informational technologies, have globalized communications, creating new possibilities of communication and international development. World society tends to common solving of global problems; collectivity and solidarity have reached across national borders and cultural boundaries. Although, world economists try to develop fair and healthy system, for some countries benefits have come at great expense.

It is quite obvious that rich and developed countries of North America and Western Europe, which exercise great influence on...

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