3 edition of Playing the globalisation game found in the catalog.
Playing the globalisation game
Josef M. Jauch
|Statement||edited by Herbert Jauch.|
|Contributions||Labour Resource and Research Institute (Namibia)|
|LC Classifications||HF1448.Z7 J38 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||2004410246|
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Playing the Globalisation Game: The Implications of Economic Liberalisation for Namibia Description Namibia‟s investment policies are largely shaped by the process of globalisation and the neo-liberal line of thought which claims that developing countries have to attract investment by offering increasing concessions to foreign investors.
Globalization brings the exciting world of big business into your living room. You are the head of a multinational corporation with one goal in mind: to make money.
Outbid your competitors to acquire businesses within six different industries and grow your conglomerate. Streamline operating costs, build additional factories, sue your competitors or take one of your subsidiaries public for big /10(80).
Get this from a library. Playing the globalisation game: the implications of economic liberalisation for Namibia. [Herbert Jauch; Labour Resource and Research Institute (Namibia)]. I say that China has succeeded in globalisation because it has played the globalisation game by the Bretton Woods rules, referring to an earlier period in globalisation where there was a much better balance between the forces of globalisation on the one hand and room for domestic policy making on the part of national governments on the other.
This must be one of the best guides to globalisation. If you don't understand what is going on today's politics and what society is heading to, it is an essential read /5.
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Friedman, No Logo by Naomi Klein, The Lexus a. Globalisation is a term usually used to describe intercontinental economic, social and political; integration.
This book gives a general overview of the concept of globalisation. It also attempts to define globalism in relation to globalisation. Globalism is employed in this book to describe networks of interdependence functioning at multi-continental distances.4/5(2). Globalization is a board game about building a financial empire worth $1 billion, published by Closet Nerd Games and Sandstorm Productions.
Players: 2 to 6 players. Ages: 12 and up. Playing Time. The study provides a detailed picture of the similarities and differences in the nature of the game, the players and the rules in both phases of globalization in terms of the underlying factors.
An examination of inequalities and asymmetries in a world of unequal partners leads the author to suggest corrective actions by nation states to avoid Cited by: 5. As a side note, I have recently been playing a game on the Playstation2 called “Katamari Damacy.” This game was originally released in Japan and was recently released in the U.S.
They did an excellent job of translating this game for English players. One of the main characters is a goofy king who accidentally removed all the stars from the sky. Impact of globalization and gaming The media has played the primary leader in re-shaping our future by imprinting images on how things should be.
Images shown on advertisement, commercials, the covers of magazine and newspaper prove to have impact and stir up interest among consumers. The book chronicles attempts to develop the game outside the United States, the strategies that teams such as the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Kansas City Royals have devised to recruit international talent, and the ways baseball has been growing in other by: Different aspects of the game have to be tailored for local playing conditions as though the game was built from the ground up for that market.
A few examples: New game content that has local. Government officials (particularly in the EU Commission and parliamentarians) working on fair trade and/or trade-and-development policy and analysis will also find this book of particular interest.
Contents: Introduction; 1. 'Game-Playing': Rethinking Power and Empowerment; 2. 'Power Over' as Global Power in World Markets; by: Globalization brings the exciting world of big business into your living room. You are the head of a multinational corporation with one goal in mind: to make money.
Outbid your competitors to. The Latest Books on Globalization () Content DOI PDF version In the last thirty years, the increasing process of globalisation has determined the necessity to rethink our knowledge and epistemological approaches.
Elaborating Braithwaite’s psychological framework to the level of collective action and transnational structure, the chapter focuses on one type of deﬁance, game-playing, and develops a conceptual scheme of empowerment through which game-playing Author: Anna Hutchens. Drawing on contributions from scholars from across the rugby-playing world, the book explores the role of rugby's professionalisation through a number of social-scientific lenses, including: labour migration race and indigenous populations the globalisation of the game mega-event management male sexualities media representations of rugby - from Author: Jeremy Stewart, Marc Keech.
Professional football is one of the most popular television 'genres' worldwide, attracting the support of millions of fans, and the sponsorship of powerful companies.
In A Game of Two Halves, Sandvoss considers football's relationship with television, its links with transnational capitalism, and the importance of football fandom in forming social and cultural identities around the globe.
A Game of Chairs (and Globalization) By Bryan Burrough. need to care a whit about the furniture industry or free trade or globalization to fall under the spell of Ms. Macy’s book. This is.Globalization or globalisation is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies, and governments a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, globalization is considered by some as a form of capitalist expansion which entails the integration of local and national economies into a global, unregulated market economy.Revisiting Globalisation Through the Movie and Digital Games Industries.
presented at Playing with the Future, CRIC, particularly when the game is based on a film, book or sports license.