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The Challenges of Economic Globalisation: Business, Competition and Society

  • Philippe de Woot


    (IAG, University Catholique de Louvain)

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    The opening of markets, deregulation, and privatisation create a constantly expanding economic and financial environment. These developments contribute to an economy's globalisation, leaving the field open to enterprising and innovative players: companies and financial intermediaries. What is new about the globalisation phenomenon is that it partly escapes from nation-state control and legislation. The pace of technical-economic change speeds up under the influence of global competition. The world has entered into a race where speed is imposed by business dynamism and competitive games. This rhythm is often faster than that of political, civil and institutional society.

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    Article provided by University of Milano-Bicocca in its journal Symphonya. Emerging Issues in Management.

    Volume (Year): (2002)
    Issue (Month): 2 Corporate Culture and Market Complexity ()

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    Handle: RePEc:sym:journl:29:y:2002:i:2
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