A Germany politician, Angela Merkel stated that accepting refugees would be a trigger to change Germany completely. Some countries in Eastern Europe feel threatened because they are afraid that what they have been building from past have a chance to be affected and destroyed by immigrants coming in. Since Japan is an island country, it is separated from other parts of the world geographically making Japanese population uniform in races and nationalities. The world becoming global society, Japan should intake some foreigners in order to become a stronger country. Refugees can make Japanese population much more diverse, bringing in some new perspective in the country.
What is globalization and culture? What effect or impact has globalization had on culture? Globalization is the inclination of speculation assets and organizations to move past local and national markets to different markets the world over, subsequently expanding the interconnection of the world. Globalization has had the impact of particularly expanding worldwide exchange and social trade. Also, because of globalization international business grown, improved and removed a lot of obstacles when interacting with international markets.
Economic diversification has been regarded as a major tool and source of sustainable economic growth and development in developed, emerging and developing economies through direct effect on the GDP by increasing economic activities and indirectly through multiplier effect, backward and forward linkages among the various sectors of the economy (Anyaehie&Areji, 2015; Akpan, 2009;Gachino, 2007). Classical and neo-classical economics theory projected convergence between poor developing countries and the developed countries in the longrun largely due to transfer of technology and capital from the developed countries to the developing countries. One of the way capital and technology are transferred from developed countries to developing countries is through the inflow of foreign direct investment that can only be possible through economic diversification (Solow, 1956; Romer, 1990; Noko, 2016b). Lewis (1954) argued that what is happening in the modern sector of the economy (industrial and modernized agriculture sector) determines how labour and capital flow from the traditional sector (primitive framing practice) to the modern sector (Timms, 2008). Economic diversification therefore becomes a necessity for sustained growth in developing countries that are largely dependent on the production, utilization and export of one particular type of product over time.
Globalization Cost and Benefits Globalization is about the advancement of consumerism value that promotes the acquisition of goods and purchases of goods for personal satisfaction and economic stimulation. The idea is that at the center of happiness is consumption and material possessions. With the new media and new modes of transportation they redefined what we used to consider foreign and distant. The public of the world strongly embrace tenets key of economic globalization also frightened of the disruptions and the downsides of being apart in the global economy, the rich countries as well as the poor countries. The latest Pew Global Attitudes survey of more than 45,000 people finds they are concerned about inequality, threats to their
Actions were taken to change this cruel reality. However, the threat that the North Korean government poses to the rest of the world hinders the efforts. Nevertheless, if all the world unites and avoids the temptation of being a bystander, chances are North Korea will respond accordingly. Another way to fight this type of human trafficking would be to secure the Chinese-North Korean borders. Again, if the conditions in North Korea remains the same, women and children’s incentive to leave will still be present.
Dependency theory postulates that capitalism has been closely immersed for centuries in which has set up the source of deterioration in third world countries (Isbister, 2006). This is unlike the modernisation theory as they postulate that capitalism was an innovative force that was accountable for the growth of both developed and developing countries (Isbister, 2006). Moreover, dependency theorists such as Frank, see the capitalist countries as a central barrier to the security of the poor. However, modernisation theorists see capitalist countries as being the redemption of the poor (Isbister, 2006). Therefore, dependency theorists conceptualise development
Furthermore this clarifies the ongoing process through the way countries and people communicate and integrate. In which has caused impacts to the world in numerous of ways i.e. socially, economically and culturally. For instant globalisation is seen as a means for economic development. This refers to the integration of “the domestic economies with the world and the inevitable consequential increase in economic interdependence of the countries through trade, financial and investment flows, freer factor movements and exchange of technology and information.” (Ogbabu & Ameh, 2012, p.49).
Positive influence: (1) economic globalization effective use of resources around the world, provide more development opportunities for all countries, also greatly enriched and convenience to People's Daily life. (2) economic globalization makes some countries become more competitive, creative and innovative spirit, so that the country can prosper. (3) globalization means the new economic growth, although during this time there is the risk of growth, but the developed countries and developing countries in growing of national wealth, are the beneficiaries of globalization. (4) due to the international division of labor, worldwide economic globalization makes every nation and national country in economy and technology progress to receive his deserved a chance. (5) economic globalization promoted the coordination and cooperation between countries, especially the powers.6.
Globalisation is the process in which people from all over the world are more connected and integrated than ever before. Globalisation has made it easier to communicate, trade goods and services internationally, travel to another country conveniently. This phenomenon has made it possible to adopt the cultures, norms, languages, and ideas of another countries. The question that should be asked is whether or not globalisation is a threat or an opportunity for society as a whole. Thus this essay shall discuss the absurdities of globalisation in terms of globalisation as a concept and its various facets.
Therefore, increasing the income level is the main concern of public policies. Until the endogenous growth theories, the traditional neoclassic approach - that underlined that the macroeconomic policies of the government are not effective on the economic growth - dominated the growth literature. On the contrary, the endogenous growth models take government expenditures in health, education, and social security and even in defense areas into account while modeling the growth of countries. However, the endogenous growth models have focused on the role of human capital as a key driver of economic growth which directs the public expenditures to invest in the human capital stock. The combination of the expenditures on human capital also matters in the endogenous growth models that there are important and direct relations between the government expenditures like education, health, social protection and social security and economic growth.