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Foreign Direct Investment

            Foreign Direct Investment is often regarded as a critical part of achieving industrialisation in developing countries. Within the framework of classical growth theory capital accumulation has a central role emphasising the need for investment. 1,635 more words

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What We Read This Week

Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!

GLOBALIZATION

Yes, We Can Choose Good Globalization… 331 more words

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De-Democratisation and Rising Inequality

This paper is concerned with the question of why economic inequality has increased so dramatically in recent decades, and in particular, with the seemingly paradoxical situation that this upswing in inequality has taken place at the same time as a major spread of democracy worldwide. 132 more words

Poverty And Inequality

I, Identity and Otherness

 

                                                       I am Myself!
                                                   What is myself?
                                        I can be either Italian or Irish.
                                                 Why not try both?
                                I can be a writer and a mathematician. 427 more words

Cat`s Cradle

ARIANA GRANDE AND THE ILLUMINATI BETA KITTENS OF POP CULTURE

by Buck Rogers, Staff Writer Waking Times

Terrorism is part of the new zeitgeist, and it serves a litany of political and social objectives for government, as does occult symbolism which is introduced to our culture by Hollywood and the… 664 more words

Curiositys

China goes Global: The Changing Value Chain

Written by Ilan Alon.

The globalisation of Chinese capital will be one of the hallmarks of 21st-century economics, shaping debates over state capitalism, ‘free’ markets and international institutions. 1,874 more words

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