Conclusion to Week 7
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Globalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01
The Policies to Strengthen a Developed Country and its Workers section of the course was designed to support you in achieving the following objectives: What policies do you recommend for adoption for the United States to benefit fully from the globalization of trade, investment, and technology, and dampen the costs, cushion, compensate, and retrain the losers? What are some policies that could make a country more competitive? By completing this section of the course, you are also moving toward accomplishing the following course-wide goal: Identify the pros and cons of globalization in developed and developing countries.Learning Objective: Prescribe U.S. policies to remain competitive in a globalized world and ways to cushion the negative impact of globalization.Learning Objective: Recommend policies for adoption to prepare the U.S. to benefit fully from the globalization of trade, investment, and technology, and dampen the costs, cushion, compensate, and retrain the losers.Learning Objective: Examine ways that policies could make a country more competitive.
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Moran, Theodore (Georgetown University, 2013-09-04)Globalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01