5 edition of Globalization, Macroeconomic Stabilization, and the Construction of Social Reality (Market, Culture and Society) found in the catalog.
August 1, 2005
by Lit Verlag
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||470|
The Discursive Construction of Global Economic Strategies in Turbulent Times gains from globalization.' In social reality, inquiry and the book shows how the views of critical theorists. globalization and the challenges of the new century: a reader. Edited by Patrick O'Meara, Howard D. Mehlinger and Matthew Krain. Indiana University Press; pages; $ ($ paperback) and.
5 Global closeness has not only economic but also strong cultural, social and political dimensions. At the economic level, globalization manifests itself in the growing economic interdependence and convergence of economic practices. This includes the spreading of capitalist national economies integrated or seeking integration into the global economy through international trade, flows of. This best-selling book examines the political, economic, and environmental changes that affect people's lives in the United States and around the world. It uses a narrative approach to explain the origins of debt crisis, democratization, global warming and explains how these global developments affect people across the globe/5(3).
A study of how political and economic changes affect people's lives in different settings around the world. Globalization, the author argues, is not completely new. Instead, the current wave of globalization builds on international institutions created just after World War II and was given new impetus by policies introduced in the s and s. The cold war era has passed. The fall of the Berlin Wall in marked the beginning of the disappearance of old borders and a new global era of unparalleled human movement and interaction. Although the new global arena has created economic opportunities and growth, the benefits have not been equally distributed, and the risks—especially the health risks—of this increasingly.
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Globalization, macroeconomic stabilization, and the construction of social reality: an essay in interpretive political economy. Verlag: LIT Verlag Münster Rehbein, B. Globalization, macroeconomic stabilization, and the construction of social reality: an essay in interpretive political economy Martin, Maximilian, ().
relationship between globalization, enterprising public leadership (or social entrepreneurship) and philanthropy. He also continues to pursue work on the political economy of Latin America and the Caribbean, as outlined in his recent book Globalization, Macroeconomic Stabilization and the Construction of Social Reality ().Author: Maximilian Martin.
1. Introduction. The world is searching for a new socioeconomic development paradigm, which is occasionally referred to as the “new reality.” When considering prior structural crises (in the s and s), this search has lasted approximately a decade and has been characterized by volatile economic trends, political crises and social instability.
In addition, another important determinant of globalization (and potentially of economic and social development, which in turn may affect overweight prevalence independently of globalization) is the quality of economic and legal institutions (Asiedu, ; Obwona, ; Walsh and Yu, ).
In this paper, we utilize the Index of Economic. This revealing book analyzes the different methods employed to manage globalization and development. Bringing together an international team of contributors, including Barbara Stallings, Alicia Giron and J.
Ferraz, it will prove to be a valuable resource for those involved in the fields of development economics and political economy.
Globalization and de-localization. Many of the activities that previously involved face-to-face interaction, or that were local, are now conducted across great distances.
There has been a significant de-localization in social and economic exchanges. Activities and relationships have been uprooted from local origins and cultures (Gray 57).
Offered by IE Business School. This Specialization aims to make economic concepts accessible to every learner, and to teach them to analyze current events using the toolkit of economics. It begins by explaining the basic parameters of the macroeconomy, and how governments can/should use both fiscal and monetary policy to influence growth, inflation and employment.
88) Maximilian Martin, Globalization, Macroeconomic Stabilization and the Construction of Social Reality: An Essay in Interpretive Political Economy Market, Culture and Society, Volume New Brunswick, NJ: Transactions Publishers, For example, the recently announced Social Development Goals and their achievement can be tested under various globalization, macroeconomic, and trade policy scenarios.
Finally, the concepts introduced in this chapter help understand the methods and results presented in the rest of the chapters of this book in a macroeconomic context of the. Social Constructionism Social constructionism is a theory of knowledge that holds that characteristics typically thought to be immutable and solely biological—such as gender, race, class, ability, and sexuality—are products of human definition and interpretation shaped by cultural and historical contexts (Subramaniam ).
As such, social constructionism highlights the ways in which. This chapter reviews the issues at stake in current public and scholarly debates over the impact of changes in the international economy on domestic politics and society.
Over the past two decades, there have been dramatic increases in the flow of portfolio capital, foreign direct investment, and foreign exchange trading across borders at the same time as barriers to trade in goods and. Globalization has been defined as a process in which the population of the world is increasingly bonded into a single society.
Although none of the contributors to this collection denies the thrust toward convergence that is implicit in globalizing processes, each contributor also concludes that globalization encourages differentiation.3/5(1).
A draft entry for C. Cater and B. Garrod (Eds) The Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism. Globalization is a multidimensional process of social change facilitated by technological advances that has.
Globalization undermines the national state, these observers claim, not only by shrinking the resources under national control for shaping economic and social outcomes, but also by reducing government’s legitimacy and authority in the eyes In describing globalization as a full-blown reality.
Globalization economic imperatives are never independent or isolated from the context within which they become operative. Socially embedded, they interact with economic and social agencies and structures, continuously reshaping the features of social processes.
What is distinctive about current globalization, what Richard Baldwin (), in what I believe is the single best book on current globalization, calls the “second unbundling,” is the emergence of global production structures anchored on the U.S., Europe and Japan, with China in a special relationship to all three of these regional structures.
Globalization appears to be the buzzword of the s, the primary attractor of books, articles, and heated debate, just as postmodernism was the most fashionable and debated topic of the s.
A wide and diverse range of social theorists are arguing that today's world is organized by. statement, I question the former. Globalization is a movement – economic, political, and social. As such, it does not exist or occur naturally. Instead, it is an idea that requires the shaping of reality for its potential supporters and adherents.
The puzzle is that if realist and neo-liberal assumptions about the rationality of agents are true.The economy of Chile is a high-income economy as ranked by the World Bank, and is considered one of South America's most prosperous nations, leading Latin American nations in competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, economic freedom, and low perception of corruption.
Although Chile has high economic inequality, as measured by the Gini index, it is close to the regional mean.Globalization. GLOBALISATION: THE PAST OF A DELUSION. Author(s): Jorge Hurtado Jordá This paper maintains that, although few people doubt globalisation is a fact, a review of the extremely large amount of literature on this matter does not clarify many doubts about what it is actually, due to its constituent ambiguity.