Globalization Policies and Issues


Brandon J. Sherman

Series: Global Economic Studies

Globalization describes a process by which regional economies, societies and cultures have become integrated through a global network of communication, transportation and trade. However, as a result this integration, various policies and issues come about. This book examines a variety of issues related to globalization and the policies which are put into place due to this global network.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Globalization, Offshoring and Multinational Companies: What Are the Questions and How Well Are We Doing in Answering Them?;pp. 1-15
(Ralph Kozlow, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis)

U.S. Agricultural Policy Response to WTO Cotton Decision;pp. 17-23
(Randy Schnepf)

Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization: An Overview;pp. 25-31
(Jeanne J. Grimmett)

Trade Remedies: A Primer;pp. 33-60
(Vivian C. Jones)

WTO Doha Round: The Agricultural Negotiatio;pp. 61-94
(Charles E. Hanrahan and Randy Schnepf)

Trade Preferences for Developing Countries and the WTO;pp. 95-101
(Jeanne J. Grimmett)

Financial Globalization, Crises and Contagion;pp. 103-121
(Sergio L. Schmukler, Pablo Zoido and Marina Halac, World Bank, Stanford University, CA, USA)

Neoliberal Globalization and Politics of Institutional Change in Turkey: Towards a ‘Strategic-Effective State’?;pp. 123-153
(Sadik Unay, Dept. of International Relations, Balikesir University, Istanbul, Turkey)

Globalization, Religion and Nonviolence;pp. 155-175
(K.K. Kuriakos, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York,USA)

Forecasting Tourism Demand Using Computational Methods: A Challenge for the Tourism Industry;pp. 177-198
(Marcos Álvarez-Díaz and Jaume Rosselló-Nadal, Centre de Recerca Economica, Edifici G.M. Jovellanos Campus Universitari,Palma de Mallorca,Spain)

Shifting Locus of Influence in the Labor Union Movement: Negotiations in International Framework Agreements;pp. 199-224
(Niklas Egels-Zandén, School of Business, Economics and Law at Goteborg University, Sweden)

Trade Policy in the Globalizing World: Policy Modeling and Simulations of Futures;pp. 225-353
(Akira Onishi, Soka University, Centre for Global Modeling, Hiyoshi-honcho, Yokohama, Japan)


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