K poňatiu, meraniu a globálnej regulácii procesu globalizácie vo svetovej ekonomike
[Towards conception, measurement and global governance of globalisation process in the world economy]
The article is concerned with typology of differentiated author's opinions on the world economy phenomena, as internationalisation, integration and globalisation. The author examines, from the international political economy point of view, their differences and formulates three phases of internationalisation process. The author defines also the relation of these phenomena to the process of integration and regionalisation in the world economy and pays attention to frequently discussed topic of global governance as well. The author further examines the possibilities of measuring globalisation process intensity on both world wide and national economy levels. The article assigns a set of characteristic features or indicators making possible to define main limits of when a given national economy can be hold as being incorporated and in what rate into the globalisation process. This step of identification of globalisation intensity rate is very important, as starting point, when a strategy of adaptation to globalisation trends is needed to be formulated, evidently, closely with the competitiveness growth and catching-up strategy elaboration.
Volume (Year): 2009 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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