The globalization

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The globalization
1 World capitalism had outgrown the stage of free competition and had entered its monopoly stage, financial support of imperialism. This situation contributed to the global expansion of the economy through mainly the internationalization of capital.
1.1 economic dimension
1.1.1 The globalization process is effected through trade flows of capital, information and knowledge, circulating around the world and involve a greater or lesser extent, most of the countries. However, this process is profoundly asymmetric and favors a small group of highly developed nations, who control the world economy, while most countries should settle for the role of passive and highly vulnerable to international changes actors, influenced by political applied by the power centers economic, political, cultural and military.
1.2 Political dimension
1.2.1 On the other hand, despite the undeniable progress of international trade and financial flows, most of the activity takes place within countries or within mega economic blocs such as the European Union or the Free Trade of America North (NAFTA). The advance of globalization has also been hampered by large war (first and second world wars) conflict and by hemispheric economic crisis. Similarly, protectionist and discriminatory policies practiced by the affluent nations, prevent most countries actively participate in trade and finance; ie fail to go global, and if they do it is only through transnational residents in their enclave economies. The material support of globalization is deepening international division of labor, where the prevalence corresponds to a handful of highly developed countries. Advances of the most backward countries are determined by the presence of foreign capital in their economies, which has been refined integration scheme appendix, where strategic decisions a
1.3 Social dimension
1.3.1 Globalization affects human development index. According to UNDP human development index it provides a composite measure of three dimensions of human development: living a long and healthy life (measured by life expectancy); be educated (measured by adult literacy rate and enrollment in primary, secondary and tertiary education); and enjoy a decent standard of living (measured by income according to purchasing power parity). The index is not in any sense a comprehensive measure of human development. For example, it does not include important indicators such as respect for human rights, democracy and equality, but does provide a broad perspective for human progress and the complex relationship between income and well-being ?? (UNDP, 2006: 47). Besides the evolution of the HDI over the years it has not been the same for all countries and not necessarily the most economic developed and are showing the best results technologically. In short, we can say that there has been significant
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