Ethical challenges of the globalization process

Whereas roots of globalization are far reaching, it is primarily a modern age phenomenon. Modern business operation and the world economy are characterized by domination of multinational corporations, strong presence of the government in economy and the long-term tendency towards globalization in manufacturing, trading and consumption in the world. Containing both risks and opportunities, globalization is a problem of manifold nature. For some it means regression and falling into “neocolonialism”, the others glorify it. It is logical to ask the following questions: What are the consequences of globalization for governments, nations, companies and individuals? What are the business, social and ethical issues it causes? In one word, is it possible to be ethical, to avoid and correct “bad” and keep “good” consequences of total phenomena as the globalization, and whether it is rewarding in the increasing market competition?


Issue Date:
2009
Publication Type:
Journal Article
DOI and Other Identifiers:
ISSN 1804-0519 (Print) ISSN 1804-0527 (Online) (Other)
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/94562
Published in:
Perspectives of Innovations, Economics, and Business
Volume 03
Page range:
7-10
Total Pages:
4
JEL Codes:
A13; F23; M14




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