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Globalisation: Part 1 (in Hindi)
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Political Science By Vivek Sir
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  1. 9.GLOBALISATION


  2. Globalisation Globalisation means integrating the economy of a country with the economies of other countries in the process of free flow of trade and capital. It also includes the movement of persons ie Brain Drain across borders POSITIVE IMPACTS There is increase in the volume of trade in goods & services Inflow of Private Foreign Capital & export orientation of the economy New jobs are created in industries set up by MNCs NEGATIVE IMPACTS Globalisation has led to the exploitation of natural resources and labour force It promotes the concentration of wealth in fewer hands and market policy is governed purely by market force i e income inequality Globalisation leads to Cultural Pollution


  3. Factors responsible for emergence of the process of Globalization. HISTORICAL BASIS : Globalisation has a strong basis and it is important to view contemporary flow against this backdrop- TECHNOLOGICAL FACTOR_There is no doubt that invention of telegraph, the telephone and the microchip in more recent times has revolutionized communication in different parts of the world In this way Globalisation is the result of Rapid improvements in technology Liberalisation of Foreign Trade Pressure from international organizations such as WTO