The Role Of Globalization In Developing Countries

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However there are disadvantages which are clearly visible, for example some researchers declare that they observe a high increase of inequality between the rich and the poor. These changes mainly occur between countries, because the economy of an developing country grows slower whereby their population grows rapidly (Borghesi & Vercelli, 2003, p. 81-82 ). Another reason for a disadvantage is that companies of economically advanced countries capitalize of the low wages and no pollution regulations of developing countries to establish factories. (Hamdi, 2013, p. 143) 3.2 Health Systems According to article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), every human has the right for healthcare, along with food, clothing and housing.…show more content…
375). The Impact of Globalization in the Developing Countries (2013, p. 143) mentions further advantages on health systems of developing nations, such as the increasing living standards and life expectancy. According to WHO (2004) between the years 1950 to 2002, the average life expectancy at birth of high-mortality developing countries increase by 17 years and the one of low-morality developing countries by 26 years. Hamdi (2013) remarks that the reasons behind this changes are due to globalization that contribute, on one hand, to the economic growth and, on the other hand, to the developed science and medicine, which discovered many deadly diseases, such as AIDS, Swine flu etc., in the last decades and found ways to fight them (p.…show more content…
This phenomenon has various advantages and disadvantages depending on our concerns. This paper presents the effects globalization on developing nations, with the focus on the issues: economic state, health system and education. Globalization has benefited the economy of many developing countries, their economy is growing and flourishing. But these processes are progressing slowly so that they cannot keep up with developed countries and the income inequality is rising. Organizations such as WHO, NGO and Doctors Without Borders, which emerged in the process of globalization, opened new possibilities to increase the overall life expectancy and living standards in developing countries by trying to eliminate diseases and provide education. However with globalization privatization and emigration of skilled people increased. My studies illustrated one great observation; Globalization has many different impacts on every sector of a developing country but altogether these effects have in one way or another a great impact on the economy of this

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