Globalization - different approaches
Viorica Puscaciu (),
Florin-Dan Puscaciu () and
Rose-Marie Puscaciu ()
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Viorica Puscaciu: LUMINA University of South-Est Europe, Romania
Florin-Dan Puscaciu: Faculty of Economic Sciences, Danubius University, Romania
Rose-Marie Puscaciu: Faculty of Economic Sciences, Danubius University, Romania
EuroEconomica, 2014, issue 2(33), 145-150
In this paper we investigate the different approaches of the globalization phenomenon. Despite the geographical distancesm, the link between people are ever more strong on different ways and plans: from technology between political, economical, cultural world events, and many other aspects. So, the link between globalization and democracy, and its impact on the most important social and economic matters. We also surprise the impact of the internet revolution and its corolar e-commerce, and its consequences, sometimes unpredictible ones. Another annalysed problem is that of the governments trying, and sometimes succeeding to controll the money, products, peole and their ideas that freely move inside the national frontiers, thus going to slower or to stop the progress. Nevertheless, this global interraction between people also create phenomena of insecurity on different ways: terrorism, traffic of arms, drugs, economical aggresions causing the environment, and other inconvenient facts and situations .
Keywords: global homogenization; political-economical development; geographical distances. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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