(eds) Encyclopedia of Corporate Social Responsibility. Economic globalization refers to the mobility of people, capital, technology, goods and services internationally.It is also about how integrated countries are in the global economy. It refers to how interdependent different countries and regions have become across the world. some global issues of economic and ecological interdependence and that they come close to characterizing the entire relationship between some countries.
Two of the most interesting facts of the postwar international growth experience are (1) the conditional convergence finding that, after controlling for measures of education and government policies, poor countries tend to grow faster than rich ones; and (2) a small group of export-oriented economies in East Asia have been able to grow at rates that are so high that they defy ... Follow up to the Gro Brundtland Report once again explaining how man is the enemy of earth and why global socialism/communism is needed to save the planet. Don't be deceived by their words Trump is not the first president to manipulate economic interdependence, nor is the United States the only country to do so.