Global challenge

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  • Globalization and its challenges Globalization – the removal of barriers to free trade and the closer integration of national economies – can be a force for good that has the potential to enrich everyone in the world, particularly the poor, but the way it has been managed (especially the international trade agreements) needs to be rethought.Right, that's an overview about the term "globalization". Now, let's move to the main part of our 20-minute discussion. As we all know, there are many negative impacts caused by globalization but today, we just emphasize 3 main points...

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  • Globalization is such a contested term. Not only it has been considered a cliché of our times, but at the same time it has been criticized for its lack of a precise definition. Still it holds such an appealing and powerful voice. By the sole mention of the concept it was able to attract the research efforts of leading specialists throughout the world, each one of them making a contribution to the academic debate.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'meeting global challenges through better governance international', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The intertwining of the Internet and the globalization of finance, corporate governance, and trade raises questions about national models of technology development and property rights. The sudden ability of hundreds of millions of users to gain access to a global communication infrastructure spurred the creation of new firms and economic opportunities. The Internet challenged existing institutions and powerful interests: Technology was global, but its economic and business development was molded in the context of prevailing national institutions.

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  • The Internet challenged existing institutions and powerful interests: Technology was global, but its economic and business development was molded in the context of prevailing national institutions.Comparing the experiences of seven countries -- France, Germany, India, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, and the United States -- this book analyzes the rise of the Internet and its impact on changing national institutions.

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  • This book analyses the global economy from the viewpoint of innovative firms. The main contribution relates to the argument that the best way to solve the current and future challenges facing the global economy is through a better understanding of Schumpeterian entrepreneurship in its modern forms. Multinational companies sell global commodities and mass-customized products, often by utilizing general principles of applied microeconomics such as Porter’s matrix of generic strategies.

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  • Globalization is perhaps only another name to replace the lacking one for what is happening to (with) us humans in the name of techno-bureaucratic, commercial, violent, amusing, consumerist process of creating a so-called global society of knowledge and skills. "Globalization offers both a theory of everything and an explanation of nothing" - suggests J. Annesley in Fictions of Globalization (2006). However, daily deaths of children as a result of hunger, disease and malnutrition on a massive scale in Africa, and elsewhere, is not fiction....

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  • Globalization has forever changed the way we develop, communicate, and learn. Globalization has also launched the new challenges and opportunities fundamentally affect our economic prosperity and government policy, along with its related parties, making judgments and decisions about the future. The new world of change requires new ways of thinking about transportation, including thinking about new tools, new alliances, and a new architecture.

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  • The failure of the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen in December 2009 to effectively reach a global agreement on emission reduction targets, led many within the developing world to view this as a reversal of the Kyoto Protocol and an attempt by the developed nations to shirk out of their responsibility for climate change.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'planet earth 2011 – global warming challenges and opportunities for policy and practice_2', khoa học tự nhiên, công nghệ môi trường phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The global development experience of the past century has shown that economic growth cannot be sustained without taking into consideration the social and political development of vulnerable populations, including the struggle for minority rights. Within this context, this volume argues for the support of an interdisciplinary discussion that aims to link studies surrounding the development of minorities in Asia.

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  • For the philosopher of history, G.W.F. Hegel, the fundamental challenge for any student of societal evolution is to apprehend in thought the spirit of the age (or the zeitgeist)—i.e., to understand the motive force of change while it is still at work (Lauer, 1974). Catching the zeitgeist ‘in the act,’ so to speak, is a matter of practical importance; for gaining such an understanding would seem to be a necessary, if not sufficient, condition for successfully shaping ‘for the better’ any future state of affairs. Hegel does not give us much cause for optimism here.

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  • Publisher: RANDPublished Time: RANDPages: 100Countries in the Arab region are faced with the challenge of developing their populations’ skills and technical knowledge, or human capital, in order to compete in the 21st century global economy. The authors describe the education and labor market initiatives implemented or under way in four countries in the Arab region ......

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  • The development and writing of this report presented considerable challenges in terms of both the study schedule and the need to avoid conveying sensitive U.S. vulnerabilities to potential adversaries. Meeting both challenges has been difficult for the study committee and staff, but every effort was made to respond to the stated need of the Technology Warning Division of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) for maximum openness. I wish to express my appreciation to the members of the committee for their contributions to the preparation of this report.

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  • Asia’s ongoing economic transformation has captured the world’s imagination. Many marvel at the speed a diverse region packed with poverty has laid the groundwork for future prosperity. They acknowledge the massive hurdles crossed to get this far, but are nonetheless awed by those still to be surmounted. Asia’s role in the world economy is growing, but so too are the challenges in keeping its transformation on track. The genesis of Asia’s transformation is critical. History is fundamental for thinking about the future.

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  • REDD+ is moving ahead, but at a slower pace and in a different form than we expected when it was launched at Bali in 2007. This book takes stock of REDD+ and asks a number of questions.

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  • For government, the implications are two‐fold. First, there is a need for a reconsideration of  policy  settings  in  view  of  the  current  international  climate,  particularly  in  regard  to  immigration  policy  as  it  affects  higher  education.  Second,  government  needs  to  examine  options to meet the challenges presented by the current global and domestic circumstances  facing the sector, in view of government’s goals for higher education in general. ...

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  • The world economy is projected to grow at an average rate of just over 3% per annum from 2011 to 2050, doubling in size by 2032 and nearly doubling again by 2050. China is projected to overtake the US as the largest economy by 2017 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms and by 2027 in market exchange rate terms. India should become the third ‘global economic giant’ by 2050, a long way ahead of Brazil, which we expect to move up to 4th place ahead of Japan. Russia could overtake Germany to become the largest European economy before 2020 in PPP terms...

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  • The third in a series that examines the state of the arts in America, this analysis shows, in addition to lines around the block for special exhibits, well-paid superstar artists, flourishing university visual arts programs, and a global expansion of collectors, developments in the visual arts also tell a story of rapid, even seismic change,

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  • The emergence of Internet as a global information repository, where information of all kind is stored, requires intelligent information processing tools (i.e., computer applications) to help the information seeker to retrieve the stored information. To build these intelligent information processing tools, we need to build computer applications that understand human language since most of those information is represented in human language. This is where computational linguistics becomes important, especially for countries like Indonesia that hosts more than 200 million people. ...

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