The Rise of the Global Economy
Driven by the engine of economics, globalization has swept across the world and altered the way that governments, institutions, and individuals interact with each other. This process, however, entails far more than an increasingly complex exchange of goods, services, and resources; the motivations and repercussions involved are as much political as economic, as much social as financial, as much cultural as technological. And the move toward a global economy was as much a part of the beginning of the 20th Century as it was at the end.
Through a compilation of more than 400 articles and 100 photos taken from "The New York Times," this reference work traces the varied efforts of businesses, governments, regions and individuals to cope with the economic, cultural and personal impact of the world's increasingly complex means of economic interaction.
* Thematic organization outlines the development of key ideas, movements and events
* Articles are arranged chronologically within each thematic section
* Subject indexes let readers quickly pinpoint specific topics
* Byline indexes allow readers to look up the works of individual authors
* Coverage provides a balance of news stories, essays, and editorials
* Articles have been re-typeset for ease of reading
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