TRENDS IN THE CONCEPT OF THE FINANCIAL MARKET IN THE CURRENT CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATIONJournal: The Journal CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY (Vol.3, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2018-12-31
Authors : Otilia MANTA;
Page : 114-124
Keywords : finance; globalization; sustainability.;
The international economic, financial, social, cultural, informational flows of history have gradually led to the disappearance of trade barriers, or rather to the harmonization of trade policies and the erosion of national borders, creating the road to the homogenization of the globalized integrated space where identity and sovereignty the national acquire other meanings and interpretations. The definition of globalization has been presented as internationalization, liberalization, universalization and globalisation. Conceptual globalism ont hese lines did not provide analytical added value and was not visible by any means (Scholte, 2002). Bhagwati (2004) provided a definition of globalization based on the economic dimension of globalization, which included the integration of the global economy through trade, FDI, portfolio capital movements and the bank. There are definitions that go beyond economic, financial and economic boundaries, technological (Glotech) (Manta O., 2017), know-how, and extend to other areas of human activity and cover extensive interconnection networks. Interaction between spatially connected networks can usually take place through the flow of goods and services, finance, information, ideas and people. These may be environment-related. These networks can also be extended to include these networks at local, regional, national and global level. Distance, a continuous variable, counts most in the spatial context. In addition, to be spatially qualified as global, the network of relationships must be multi-country and multi-continental. Simple at national and regional level, links and interdependencies cannot be considered as part of the process of globalization.
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