Reinforcing US Competitiveness & Addressing the Trade Deficit
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Globalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01
In this video, Professor Moran discusses ways in which the United States can remain globally competitive. This video address the below key goal: Examine policies that make a country more competitive.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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WEEK 7 - Policies to Strengthen a Developed Country
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