These trends are often interdependent and cannot be easily separated. The various factors associated with trends in globalization, has been shown to affect population growth. In addition, advances in technology can have significant impacts on society. Technology has allowed global commercial transactions to take place at increasingly faster rates, and at greater volumes across national borders. This has also led to other challenges regarding global commerce, which involve the complex coordination, interaction and compliance of current international and domestic laws. The information in Section IV., includes literature, as well as news, and statistical sources that assist with researching trends in globalization.
Blanchard, Olivier M. Reconstructing the world economy. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, c2010.
LC Call Number: HB3717 2008 .R435 2010
LC Catalog Record: 2010551648
Its basic focus is proposals to improve the stability of the global economy in light of the recent crisis including immediate policy challenges as well as long-term issue. It contains the Seoul conference papers on: exit strategies, global imbalances, rethinking macroeconomic policy, the future financial system, and reforming the international monetary system.
Dicken, Peter. Global Shift: Reshaping
the Global Economic Map in the 21st Century. 4th ed. New York: Guilford Press, 2003.
LC Call Number: HD2321 .D53 2003
LC Catalog Record: 2003001728
Looks at the processes of global economic change and how it impacts the economy.
Global Issues: Selections from
The CQ Researcher. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press. 2001-
LC Call Number: JZ1318 .G558
LC Catalog Record: 2003023659
Table of Contents
Annual publication from CQ Researcher. Includes topical articles on relevant issues related to globalization
targeted towards college students.
Grayson, David and Hodges, Adrian. Everybody's
Business: Managing Risks and Opportunities in Today's Global
Society. 1st American ed. 2002 London; New York: DK.
LC Call Number: HD45 .G66 2002
LC Catalog Record: 2001047824
Done in conjunction with the Financial
Times, it looks at the business risk in a global society.
Includes chapters on the changes in technology, markets,
demographics and development, and values. Each section includes
a Signposts with further sources of information on the specific
topics discussed in each of the sections chapters.
Nye, Joseph S. Jr. and Donahue, John D., eds. Governance
in a Globalizing World. 2000. Cambridge, Mass.: Visions of Governance for the 21st Century; Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.
LC Call Number: JZ1318 .G68 2000
LC Catalog Record: 00010678
Divided into three sections, the
first section maps the trajectory of globalization in several
dimensions-economic, cultural, environmental, and political.
Chapter 1 "Introduction " by
Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye Jr. is available
from the World Wide Web: http://www.brookings.edu/press/Books/2000/governance_globalizing.aspx
Sjursen, Katrin editor. Globalization. 2000. Bronx, N.Y.: H.W. Wilson Co. The Reference Shelf series.
LC Call Number: JZ1318 .G579 2000
LC Catalog Record: 00043887
Contains reprints of articles, excerpts
from books, addresses on current issues and studies in the
United States and elsewhere. Includes: five sections with
an editors introduction followed by relevant articles, a
bibliography of books, and a listing of articles with abstracts.
BBC World Service
In depth reports explore different facets of the complex, evolving phenomenon of globalization.
Dore, Ronald. Making sense of Globalisation.
Occasional paper; no. 16, 2001. London: Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science.
http://cep.lse.ac.uk/pubs/download/occasional/OP016.pdf [PDF format: 88 KB / 27 p.]
Looks at the history and consequences of long-term lower cost, and expansion of the technical possibilities of - transport and communication
Published by the Council on Foreign Relations and includes previews of articles which are indexed by Topic including one on globalization.
Article Index organized by subject and includes one for globalization - current and archive articles. Includes the annual Globalization Index done in conjunction with AT Kearney.
Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts. 2002. Washington: Central Intelligence Agency.
Written by the National Intelligence Council (NIC) with the assistance of various nongovernmental institutions and experts, it is a discussion on future estimates on globalization looking. Specifically focusing on trends and drivers: demographics, science and technology, the global economy and globalization, national and international governance, etc.
Contains a daily online magazine focusing global topics. The Research Center offers papers/article on global issues including: economy, finance, history, markets, and more.
Global Trade Negotiations
From Harvard University, this web site provides centralized information resource on global trade negotiations and is entry point to the many trade-related resources on the internet
Statistics, documents, information by country and by topic. For example under the Topics Tab: Economy, Finance, Trade, etc.
U.S. Census Bureau Statistical Agency (International links)
A list of international statistical sources organized alphabetically by country.
United Nations Statistics Programs
Links to various statistics programs including regional and agency sources. Includes National Accounts http://unstats.un.org/unsd/nationalaccount/default.asp and
World Economic Forum
Independent global community of business, political, intellectual and other leaders. The Knowledge Navigator Center includes country profiles and annual meeting summaries, as well as other information broken down by theme, region/competitiveness profile, and industry.
World Economic Outlook (IMF)
Twice yearly publication that presents the IMF staff's analysis and projections of economic developments at the global level, in major country groups (classified by region, stage of development, etc.), and in many individual countries. It focuses on major economic policy issues as well as on the analysis of economic developments and prospects.
World Economic Situation and Prospects and the World Economic and Social Survey
These two publications are published by the United Nations' Department of Economic and Social Development - Development Policy and Planning Office and look at the global economic, trade and financial trends.
World Policy Journal
Quarterly publication from the World Policy Institute, focusing on world policy issues on a wide variety of topics. It also includes historical and cultural essays, book reviews, and profiles.
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