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Globalization and Economy

GLOBALIZATION AND THE ECONOMY
Denmark, October 20th 1999


Info-Stat (Web Site : (English short version) http://www.lilliput-information.com/indexx.htm) has received an invitation to give its contribution to the 8th International Congress of Professors’ World Peace Academy to be held in Seul, Korea, February 2000.The congress has published a book including the reports about the respective countries.ISBN 1-885118-00-7(pbk.)

Contents within the issues:

OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY

INTEGRATION OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY WITH THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

IMPACT OF GLOBAL ECONOMY ON NATIONAL POLITICS

4.–6. IMPACT OF GLOBAL ECONOMY ON SOCIETY, CULTURE, THE FAMILY

7. OVERALL ASSESSMENT

8. AUTHORSHIP

The report:

Assumptions:
Globalization has not been defined properly as an useful concept anywhere – as far as I know. This should not take you by surprise. The spirit of the times tells us that form matters, contents do not.
Perhaps something like worldwide strong time- and distance-independent information, less time-consuming cheap transmission of communication and decentral EDP (chip-) technology are generally developing national and regional markets to a world-wide emporium, e.g. on The Internet. Hollywood/satellite television-channels shaping a common mainsteam socio-culture influence family life and spiritual values. The globalization, and its centralization of power and control that influence nations, and at the same time integration of nations used by politicians to protect (they hope) against the impacts of the further globalization. All together the identity of the individuals, and the structure of population are influenced, so is mankind. Perhaps the reason is that something in life is certainly not for sale, something perhaps cannot be produced or consumed either.
The Impact of globalization: Has the same weakness. The impact of a phenomenon which is not properly defined is of course a serious problem too. In fact there are at least three reasons for that:
1. Adequancy, unequivocability and functionality are scientific requirements to which the most newer so-called concepts do not comply (read my first sentence again). Globalization and the impacts of are to be judged by the following two propositions also:
2. Impact implies a before and an after or a totally apriori knowledge of the way impacts have an effect including the strenght of these impacts. Who has this apriori knowledge?
3. The misuse of science has at least for the last 30 years developed (or dismantled) from "impact of" to influence on, management and control of, e.g. from analyses and understanding of human behaviour including economic behavior to (mental) design, influence, monitoring, and control.
On this basis I shall try to give a reply by reporting some public (reliablely) registered indicators of possible impacts of globalization on politics, society and family in Denmark - where public registered data are available. If these are not reliable, honest alternative private sources have been chosen.....

To be continued on http://www.lilliput-information.com/gonf.html

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