Industrial Revolutions: Globalizing Outcomes-Coordinates Of The Relation Interests-Constraint-Seduction
AbstractIndustrial revolutions, as a solid foundation of modern globalization, represents the process of transition to mechanization and to the emergence of large mechanized production, manual work being replaced by machine- tools. The industrial revolution will generate deep changes in the world’s economic structure. We are dealing, of course, with an extremely complex, dynamic, sharply upward evolution, taking place in several stages- the definition above referring to the first stage-, or we can notice the existence of several „industrial revolutions”. This paper try to respond to an essential question like: Is globalization a „new process” or did it originate in the mist of time, having evolved to its present forms?
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Volume (Year): 4 (2009)
Issue (Month): 4 (december)
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