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dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationFollow the usual style for your field or discipline. Please use Georgetown University in the Publisher field and DigitalGeorgetown in the database field. Use the name of the author/creator of this video in the creator field.en
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dc.descriptionSeeing the effects of different policies helps to bring together what we have learned throughout the course. We are asking you to complete two simulation games as the final activity.en
dc.descriptionLearning Objective: Prescribe U.S. policies to remain competitive in a globalized world and ways to cushion the negative impact of globalization.en
dc.descriptionLearning 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.en
dc.descriptionLearning Objective: Examine ways that policies could make a country more competitive.en
dc.description.abstractGlobalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01en
dc.publisherGeorgetown Universityen
dc.relation.isPartOfWEEK 7 - Policies to Strengthen a Developed Countryen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesVideo 15 of 18en
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dc.titleThe United States Budget Deficit and Social Security Gamesen
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