Publication Date

5-1-2001

Abstract

[From Summary] In the 1990s, globalization gained widespread usage as a term with many interpretations. Globalism is employed in this report to describe networks of interdependence functioning at multi-continental distances. Globalization is an increase in globalism and de-globalization a reduction. In providing an introductory view of these networks, with an emphasis on contemporary economic factors, a goal of this report is to illustrate how policy consequences, sometimes unintended, may be dispersed via globalized networks. As networks expand and become more intricate there is an opportunity for feedback along previously non-existent linkages.

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Suggested Citation
Wells, G. (2001). The Issue of Globalization-An Overview (RL30955). Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/crs/6

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