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International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Global Justice

Vol. 1(1), pp. 24-29, 2018

Copyright ©2018, the copyright of this article is retained by the author(s)

DOI Link: https://doi.org/10.15580/IMJGJ.2018.1.092918157   





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Is globalization a fair process? Globalizers vs. globalized


Maciejasz-Świątkiewicz, Marta


Opole University





Article No.: 092918157

Type: Review

DOI: 10.15580/IMJGJ.2018.1.092918157


Globalization means that domestic economies are becoming more and more intertwined and mutually dependent on each other. Unfortunately these globalization processes are asymmetrical. This determines that there are different groups of participants of globalization – globalizers, active participants and marginalized. It seems quite obvious that globalizers are doing better economically than the others. But is this really true? The aim of this paper is to answer the question, if more globalized countries are really doing better economically  than less globalized. To do this  there was an analysis of relations between globalization and chosen economic indexes (inflation, unemployment, GDP per capita and BOP) led. For comparisons there were 10 “best” and “worst” countries according to each index chosen.


Submitted: 29/09/2018


Published: 07/11/2018


*Corresponding Author

Maciejasz-Świątkiewicz, Marta



Keywords: globalization,
megacorporations, globalization index





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Cite this Article: Maciejasz-Świątkiewicz, M (2018). Is globalization a fair process? Globalizers vs. globalized. International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Global Justice, 1(1): 2429https://doi.org/10.15580/IMJGJ.2018.1.092918157.  



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