Презентация "Should we agree with globalisation?"

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Should we agree with globalisation?

English Teacher – Litvinova Svetlana Leonidovna; Pupil of the 11th Form Diana Emirbekova

Novocherkassk - 2019

Globalization is the transition from an individual economy to an international economy. The urgency of the problem of globalization cannot be doubted. It is studied by many economists around the world. An example is the research of Jeffrey Sachs and Andrew Warner of Harvard, David Dollar and Art, Kreia from the World Bank and Jeffrey Frankel and David Romer of Berkeley. The problem is often considered in specialized journals such as the international "the Economist", scientific like "Science and life" and many others. The objectives of the work are to consider different points of view, arguments in favor and against globalization, search and evaluation of possible ways to solve the problems faced by the Russian state in connection with globalization. The consequence of globalization is appearance of a flock of different international organizations which try to collaterally solve economical, political, ethical and many other problems. Although there is a degree of influence on the decisions made often differ. Governments, on the other hand, must have a competent international policy. Each state needs cooperation with other countries. But open borders and merge with the world should be to the extent that the state will be able to compete with other participants in the international market. The concept of "globalization" is very multifaceted. Its value for social science is that it focuses on the processes that turn the world into a single whole — a global system. Globalization, as it may be assessed, is a fact of modern existence, "an irreversible process, an inevitable fate of world development; globalization cannot be bad or good". Globalization is changing not only the social organization, but also the awareness of the world. Globalization establishes various types of connections, creating What W. Hannerz called a "global Ecumenical", devoid of borders. Thank you!