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Globalism - the important factor of the life of the countries of the region in general and of Albania in particular

  • Antoneta Polo

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    (University “Eqrem Cabej”, Gjirokastra, Albania)

The fundamental idea which would like to convey this material is that in the stream of the world economy will be framed those countries which successfully will pass the transition process, by involving all the human and material resources in function of development and the regional and global integration. The countries in transition which become members of the European Union, the most powerful integrated market in the world, can start to get involved into the economy of the world, i.e. in the global economy. Albania is still far from being integrated in this economy. The ideas of the globalism are directly related to the elaboration of the concept of the new world collocation and with the acceptance of five indispensable values which are foundations of the international unity; peace, human rights, development, democracy and the ecology balance. Related to this logic, the new European countries, among which Albania as well, have the possibilities to orientate their development in a way to respond as much as possible to their interests. This should become related closely to the new global conditions. The survey accomplished in the town of Gjirokastra, with people of different levels and groups will give a support for drawing some of the conclusions presented in this material.

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Article provided by Hellenic Association of Regional Scientists in its journal Regional Science Inquiry Journal.

Volume (Year): II (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
Pages: 33-40

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