POL 190 Introduction to Comparative Politics--FINAL ESSAY EXAM

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Complete TWO Questions: one from PART A, and one from PART B PART A: Do ONE Question from this Section PART B: Do ONE Question from this Section

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Surname 1Name:Course:Professors Name:Date:Part AGlobalization and developmentGlobalization is the concept of having the world as a village. It entails the notionof singularity in leadership within a large sphere of leadership and superpower. It is the base offlow of all the goods and services across the world. It has remained to be the uniting figureamongst all the countries across the globe. It is the base of sharing and development crosswisethe earth.Features of globalizationGlobalization has increased global investment inflows as it has resulted in greaterinterconnections among countries and their economies. There are interactions between investorsfrom different countries. They have positive relationships between them that allow them toaccess new investment, study new markets at a greater distance than before due to improvedcommunications and technology. Products previously available in one country are also madeavailable to markets resulting in improved economic opportunities for workers in thosecountries. The public for countries with interactions also get opportunities to invest through stockpurchasing, as most brokerage firms access international equity markets. Clients also getopportunities to buy shares in various companies around the world.Trade is increased among countries with interactions between them as tradebarriers are eliminated. This collaboration provides an opportunity for investments by investorsSurname 2as they are in a posit

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