by F. Cass in association with the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI), Geneva in London, Portland, OR .
Written in English
|Other titles||European journal of development research. Special issue.|
|Statement||edited by Cristóbal Kay.|
|LC Classifications||HD77.5.D44 G58 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||97024821|
Globalisation, competitiveness, and human security. London ; Portland, OR: F. Cass in association with the European Association of Development Research . This contribution discusses the consequences for human security of the interlinked processes of globalisation and competitiveness among nations. It begins by defining and examining each of the three concepts in turn. It queries whether the internationalisation of the global economy today, widely described as globalisation, represents a fundamentally new by: Globalization, Competitiveness and Human Security book. DOI link for Globalization, Competitiveness and Human Security. Globalization, Competitiveness and Human Security book. Edited By Cristóbal Kay. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 October Pub. location London. Imprint by: 9. Whether globalization, development and human security are inescapably trapped within a vicious circle or a virtuous cycle is the central concern of this book. The volume will be importance to student of development studies, international relations and politics, globalization and economics.
This concise text presents a focused, well-rounded, and clear-eyed introduction to the concept of human security. Questioning the utility of traditional national-security frameworks in the post–Cold War era, Paul Battersby and Joseph M. Siracusa argue that we must urgently reconsider the principle of state sovereignty in a global world where threats to humanity are beyond the capacity of any Cited by: Globalization and Human Insecurities What is Globalization? Global Economy and its Domino Effect The 21st century is characterized by the differences in levels between developed and developing nations; globalization has two effects: positive and negative. I will analyze why. Strategic Management: Competitiveness & Globalisation: Concepts & Cases 1st Edition by Henk Volberda (Author), Robert Morgan (Author), Patrick Reinmoeller (Author), Michael A. Hitt (Author), R. Duane Ireland (Author) & 2 more5/5(7). ISBN Actions: Add to Bookbag Sell This Book Add to Wish List Set Price Alert. Globalization, Competitiveness and Human Security by Cristóbal Kay Unknown, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Author: Cristóbal Kay.
Globalization largely refers to the movement toward an integrated global economy, marked by the free exchange of goods and capital. In popular discourse, Globalization is often related to the Internet revolution, the neo-liberal or free-market economies and the predominantly western political, economic and cultural style. Introduction: the social dimension of the global market. The growing economic interdependence between Nation-States, and the fast expansion of global trade, linked to international financial mobility, are at the origin of the extensive debate about the measures needed to protect fundamental social rights from the increased competition of markets and resulting competitive devaluation of Author: Adalberto Perulli. Globalisation, Competitiveness, and the Social Democratic Model Article (PDF Available) in Social Policy and Society 1(01) - 57 January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Globalization has not only changed the way the study of international security is approached but also the role of major powers in these issues. Word count Q1: The “human security agenda”: discuss content and meaning, and the possible consequences of adopting this framework for security analysis!