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41. An Asian Century?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... are born into. -- In short, notwithstanding globalization and rapid economic growth, Asia will likely remain Asian, and traditional hierarchical relationships embedded in Asia societies will not be swept ...
42. A Tale of Love and Globalization
... youth into action!   Reference: Mimi Tokyo Paris: A Tale of Love and Globalization, by Junichi Nishimura. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mimi-Tokyo-Paris-Tale-Globalization/dp/1462005616  ...
43. Japan's Civil Society
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of its efforts to bring about the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty. The anti-globalization movement has been led by CSOs like France's ATTAC.  America’s great philanthropic ...
44. China and inclusive growth
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... growth, a concept that is consistent with our pursuit of scientific development and social harmony …The ultimate purpose of inclusive growth is to spread the benefits of economic globalization and economic ...
45. Fighting poverty
... many dimensions http://www.mrglobalization.com/development/288-measuring-povertys-many-dimensions   Where do the poor live? http://www.mrglobalization.com/development/287-where-do-the-poor-live    ...
46. OECD and Asia: I
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
OECD and Asia: Worlds Apart in Today's Globalization The OECD is sometimes referred to as the "hub of globalization", and yet it only counts two members from Asia, the region which is clearly the driver ...
47. OECD and Asia II
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... it does matter"!  The OECD leadership sometimes refers to the Organisation as “hub of globalization”(2).  This is patently not the case when the big dynamic economies of Asia -- China, India and Indonesia ...
48. OECD and Asia: III
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... into the “post North Atlantic era” of globalization, the OECD would remain a bastion of North Atlantic values, even if it did not always strictly apply those principles.       Thus, the OECD was seen ...
49. OECD and Asia: IV
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... membership, but also to respond to globalization.  For much of the 1990s, these outreach activities concentrated on the former communist countries.  The dynamic economies of Asia and Latin America were ...
50. OECD and Asia: V
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... Gurria, the “OECD has been working to produce a more harmonious globalisation for many decades (1)”.    The OECD is a “hub of globalization” (2).  “The OECD’s ultimate goal is not only to identify ...
53. Globalization
If the truth be known, we have been living globalization for an awefully long time. Humankind started its long march out of Africa and across the globe around 50,000 years ago. Trade routes like the Silk ...
54. Finance
Global finance must be the most risky, dangerous and problematic form of globalization. But it should not be … Theory tells us that finance should flow from mature, OECD economies to emerging and developing ...
55. Migration
... is perhaps the oldest dimension of globalisation. Migrants are the human face of globalization... Read more  ...
What do the following 13 countries all have in common – Botswana, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Malta, Oman, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand?  They all experienced annual ...
We all look to government to help us whenever there is a problem -- like an international conflict, financial crisis, natural disaster or even an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In reality, we always ...
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