This book brings together experts from four continents (Asia, North America, Europe, Africa) and from varied disciplines to discuss a spectrum of problems created by globalization, such as the economic and financial, environmental, legal, cultural, socio-economic and social media impacts. The book not only examines the problems from a number of different perspectives, but also considers the impact of globalization in emerging nations around the world. Due to the very nature of these problems, the approaches adopted are both qualitative and quantitative; it includes quantitative research on quantum finance and the financial crisis, and also discussions on qualitative problems, such as cultural imperialism and neoliberalism.
Of interest to economic researchers and management professionals, the book is also a valuable resource for social media researchers, environment scientists, and non-technical readers concerned with socio-political issues. This single volume offers a holistic view and therefore a more complete picture of the problems posed by globalization.
Table of Contents
Foreign Direct Investment, Dutch Disease and Developing Economies by Subaran Roy and Swetasree Roy (BML Munjal University, India).- Accentuated Economic Disparity leads to Higher Crime Rate by Nilaish Biscore and Sanjeev Arora (BML Munjal University, India).- De-globalization by Vaishali Sharma and Nandita Choudhury (BML Munjal University, India).- The Hegemony of Global Brands: Brands, Globalization and Local Cultures by Umashankar Venkatesh (Great Lakes Institute of Management, India).- Globalization and Labor in the Modern World by Arindam Mandal (Siena College, New York).- Managing Brand Image in a Global Context by Kirti Dutta (Ansal University, India).- Does Globalization Strengthen Democracy? Impact of Globalization on Participatory Governance in India During the Decade 2001-2010 by R Srinivasan (UMISARC, India).- Green Crimes as a Dark Side of Globalization by Işin Kirişkan (Uludag University, Turkey).- Unrootıng 1000 Year-Old Plane: How Globalızatıon Brıngs Gentrıfıcatıon and Involvement, An Example of Turkısh Romans by Ayça Doğaner (Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, Turkey).- Negative Effects of Globalization on the Economic Security of the Mena Region: An Example of Egypt, Qatar and Turkey by Güldenur Çetin (İstanbul Ticaret University, Turkey).- End of Globalization or Is It Completed? Looking for a New World Order by Taha Egri (Kirklareli University, Turkey).- Is Anywhere Safe: How Globalization Affects Economic Security of Syrian Refugees and Immigrants in Turkey? by Canan Ozge Egri (Kirklareli University, Turkey).- Globalization: Cultural Imperialism or Cultural Integration? by Anshu Sharma (BML Munjal University, India).- Globalization and the Environment by Leena Kaushal (Management Development Institute, India).- The effect of Liberalization Policy on the Total Factor Productivity Growth (TFPG) of Indian Agricultural Sector by Dipyaman Pal (Bethune College, India).- Role of Globalization in Affecting the Consumption Expenditure Pattern of India: An Empirical Investigation Spanning the Post Reforms Period by Dyuti Sinha (Burdwan University).- Globalization and Environmental Degradation by Bertha Z. Osei-Hwedie, Kwaku Osei-Hwedie and Napoleon Kurantin (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre, Ghana).- Critical analysis of the influence of transnational capitalism on institutions and organizations by José G. Vargas-Hernández (University of Guadalajara, Mexico).- Globalization, Inequality and Poverty. by Asis Kumar Banerjee, (ex-Professor and Vice Chancellor, University of Calcutta).- Inclusive Globalization or Deepening Dualism? The Informal Sector of India by Soumya Chakrabarti (Visva-Bharati, India).- Trolling in the Globalizing World by Paroma Sen (Lady Shri Ram College, India).