Gobalization and the Economy

Through the process of globalization, one of the key assumptions is that nations are increasingly dependent on integrated communication conditions, the international financial system and trade.Therefore tends to generate a scenario of increased communication between the centers of world power their business transactions. Effects and influences derived from the integrated aspects can be studied from two basic perspectives: the external level of countries or systemic level and the level the internal conditions of countries or subsystem approximation. In the latter case, the units of analysis are those that correspond to the variables of growth and economic development and social indicators. Regarding globalization processes that are taking place now in the economic sphere there are two essential aspects related to the area of economic policy, there are two international: the global economic system structure and how this structure has changed. These issues can be addressed apart from the theory of globalization by taking into account the concepts of development.The foundations of globalization argue that the world structure their interrelationships are key to understanding the changes that occur at the social, political, division of production and private national and regional conditions. The fundamental premise of globalization is that there is a greater degree of integration within and between societies which plays a leading role in economic and social changes taking place. This foundation is widely accepted. However, what you have is less consensus concerning the mechanisms and principles governing those changes. The main areas of dispute in terms of globalization theory is related to the fact that countries may have more than three areas of collaboration, the area in the world system center, semi-periphery. Globalization is a term that is closely related to the word integration (integration of countries, regions, markets, economies, customs, etc.). And is a process that has been occurring worldwide, in which many aspects of human life from one place has been linking and overlapping with those of others and, in general, with the world. PRODUCTIVE CHAINS Production chains for decades are used to guide work in other countries, mainly European. This approach developed in Europe in the seventies, has improved the competitiveness of several first-order products (milk, meat, wine) by promoting the definition of sector policies agreed between different actors in the chain. Contrary to what is sometimes thought, the chains are not structures that are built from the state, there has long been and will always exist. The chain analysis is only an analysis tool that identifies the main critical points that hamper competitiveness of a product, and then to define and promote strategies concentrated among key stakeholders. PRODUCTIVE CHAINS Introduction The changes generated in the economy as a product of globalization makes economies more dependent on them and require increased levels of competition, to win markets.

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