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A closer examination of the phenomenon of globalization and its affect on India

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  1. Introduction of globalization
  2. History and issues of globalization
  3. Impact of globalization on economies
  4. Impact of globalization on India
  5. Gateway of India's globalization
  6. Globalization & legal regulation
  7. Role of technology
  8. Globalization & women
  9. Costs of globalization
  10. Unrestricted globalization-boon or hazard?
  11. MNC's, transparency & ethical practices
  12. Myths and actualities of globalization
  13. Events of september 11, 2001 addressed to anti-globalization movement
  14. Threat of globalization
  15. Globalization: Good or bad
  16. Ethical globalization initiative, a new concept
  17. Anti-globalization
  18. Challenges of globalization
  19. Conclusion
  20. Bibliography

The term "globalization" has acquired considerable emotive force. Some view it as a process that is beneficial?a key to future world economic development?and also inevitable and irreversible. Others regard it with hostility, even fear, believing that it increases inequality within and between nations, threatens employment and living standards and thwarts social progress. This brief offers an overview of some aspects of globalization and aims to identify ways in which countries can tap the gains of this process, while remaining realistic about its potential and its risks. Globalization offers extensive opportunities for truly worldwide development but it is not progressing evenly. Some countries are becoming integrated into the global economy more quickly than others. Countries that have been able to integrate are seeing faster growth and reduced poverty. Outward-oriented policies brought dynamism and greater prosperity to much of East Asia, transforming it from one of the poorest areas of the world 40 years ago. And as living standards rose, it became possible to make progress on democracy and economic issues such as the environment and work standards. By contrast, in the 1970s and 1980s when many countries in Latin America and Africa pursued inward-oriented policies, their economies stagnated or declined, poverty increased and high inflation became the norm. In many cases, especially Africa, adverse external developments made the problems worse. As these regions changed their policies, their incomes have begun to rise. An important transformation is underway. Encouraging this trend, not reversing it, is the best course for promoting growth, development and poverty reduction. The crises in the emerging markets in the 1990s have made it quite evident that the opportunities of globalization do not come without risks?risks arising from volatile capital movements and the risks of social, economic, and environmental degradation created by poverty. This is not a reason to reverse direction, but for all concerned?in developing countries, in the advanced countries, and of course investors?to embrace policy changes to build strong economies and a stronger world financial system that will produce more rapid growth and ensure that poverty is reduced. How can the developing countries, especially the poorest, be helped to catch up? Does globalization exacerbate inequality or can it help to reduce poverty? And are countries that integrate with the global economy inevitably vulnerable to instability? These are some of the questions covered in the following sections. Economic "globalization" is a historical process, the result of human innovation and technological progress. It refers to the increasing integration of economies around the world, particularly through trade and financial flows. The term sometimes also refers to the movement of people (labor) and knowledge (technology) across international borders There are also broader cultural, political and environmental dimensions of globalization that are not covered here.

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