Another possible danger and harmful effect is the overuse and abuse of natural resources to meet new higher demands in the production of goods. ChristianityIslamBuddhismand more recently sects such as Mormonism are among those religions which have taken root and influenced endemic cultures in places far from their origins.
In the late 19th and early 20th century, the connectedness of the world's economies and cultures grew very quickly. The speakers who follow will have much to say about other kinds of markets and other aspects of globalization.
In the U. Independent of size or geographic location, a company can meet global standards and tap into global networks, thrive and act as a world class thinker, maker and traderby using its greatest assets: its concepts, competence and connections. Thus, despite seemingly unequal distribution of income within these developing countries, their economic growth and development have brought about improved standards of living and welfare for the population as a whole.
In a global economy, power is the ability of a company to command both tangible and intangible assets that create customer loyalty, regardless of location.
No frontiers have to be crossed. For example, sushi is available in Germany as well as Japan, but Euro-Disney outdraws the city of Paris, potentially reducing demand for "authentic" French pastry.
Conversely, cheaper manual labor in developing countries allowed workers there to out-compete workers in higher-wage countries for jobs in labor-intensive industries. In the 17th century, world trade developed further when chartered companies like the British East India Company founded in and the Dutch East India Company founded inoften described as the first multinational corporation in which stock was offered were established.
Markets of the third type are the subject of my discussion of financial globalization.
Now eleven of those currencies are being permanently merged into the euro, which will supplant the D-mark and will float against the dollar and the yen. Alternatively, the government could sacrifice condition 1 and let its currency float in the market to a lower level at which activity and employment, especially in export industries, would be greater, while lower local interest rates would also be tenable.