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The tendencies in defining an optimum globalization model

Popa, Catalin C. (2008): The tendencies in defining an optimum globalization model. Published in: Knowledge Based Organization 2008 International Conference, November 2008, Sibiu, Romania , Vol. 3, No. ISSN 1843-6722 (15. November 2008): pp. 271-277.


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Over viewing the most recently evolutions throughout global economy, we can easily conceive that the collateral effects of economical globalization and market integration, represents the main issues debated in specialized professional or political circles. The unanimous impression underlines the fact that integration in contemporary global market development exceeded too much and to profound the conceptual frame formulated as work hypothesis for the beginning of ’80’s the realities evolving radically uncontrolled. In this case, the free capital global running is no longer a factor for market equilibrium as “market fundamentalists” predicted, financial integration as global process creating and forcing gradually the market bubbles in lack of an efficient frame of global supervision. In this context, the international effort should be oriented toward remodeling the fundamental global structures implicated in globalization process.

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