There are, regrettably, serious challenges to the efficacy of a market-based strategy. Many have not experienced any benefit from globalization; in fact, many have been hurt by the changes stimulated by global forces. This inequity must be dealt with in a forthright manner
New York, NY (Vocus) June 16, 2010
In an in-depth and comprehensive book published through Xlibris, author George Vojita provides an honest account of the real status of globalization in today’s modern world. He offers profound discussion on how to materialize a Globalization For All.
Defined as the increasing connectivity of the economies of nation states, principally through trade and investment, globalization has resulted in wealth creation and improved general welfare. However, today, economic trends in many countries are negative. Globalization For All discusses that assessing these issues and ascertaining how prospects for an effective, equitable global economy can be improved is important. It describes a program involving significant institutions, which aims to remedy the current condition.
“There are, regrettably, serious challenges to the efficacy of a market-based strategy. Many have not experienced any benefit from globalization; in fact, many have been hurt by the changes stimulated by global forces. This inequity must be dealt with in a forthright manner,” Vojita says in this edifying book.
Backed with the author’s experience and profound research, Globalization For All assesses the current state of global capitalism and the major support engines—national market economies and institutions that facilitate flows of information, capital, technology and trade—setting forth prescriptions for achieving a responsible, moral system from which all can benefit. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.
Globalization For All * by George Vojta
Publication Date: April 26, 2010
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