Starting in the late 1990s, “globalization” became a buzzword to describe the apparent integration of markets in the world economy. Many authors and pundits claimed that the world was converging towards a market-friendly democratic place, while gurus and consulting firms were rapidly producing formulae and advice on how to make profits out of the global economy. Decades later, new realities show that globalization does not necessarily mean political, cultural, and economic convergence and that, in fact, forces against it are strong.
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來自GLOBAL STRATEGY I: HOW THE GLOBAL ECONOMY WORKS的熱門評論
Thoroughly enjoyed learning the concepts taught in this course by Prof. Bucheli.
This is a great learning experience. The course is very interesting and insightful.
A good course for beginners to learn about history of free trade and globalisation. One needs to know about the thought processes and evolution of theories that govern the situations today
The course can be more detailed and more around recent events.