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After globalization, the scope of political science has been divided into public administration and international political economy. Nearly in the end of the Cold War, international political economy got kept tabs on issues raised by monetary globalization, incorporating the practicality of the state in an undeniably globalized worldwide economy, the part of multinational organizations in producing clash and also development in the newly known worldwide economy, and different issues identified with significance, justice, and truthfulness (http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/467600/political-economy/255578/International-political-economy ). international political economy, if as a notion, question of dissection or mode of enquiry, is at present experiencing something of a renaissance.' Indeed, maybe more scholastics from a more extensive mixed bag ofdisciplinary customs might guarantee today that they were types and surely promoters of global political economy than any other time in the recent past. That this is so reflects one key part of globalization-the multiplication and worldwide dispersion of thoughts of, and about, globalization and the centrality to such plans of cases about the global or worldwide political economy(http://search.proquest.com.neptune.ndu.edu.lb:2048/docview/216979923).
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For the world to become a one or a single entity it has to pass through a process of economic, and technological integration. The consequence of this unification is the aim of this research, positive and negative, although the negative aspects will be the dominating part. The friction's that arise due to the process of globalization are enormous, the burden of this process falls upon the countries, governments, and the actual citizens. The latter is the hardest to fall or we may say the one that will carry most of the burden no matter how the leaders justify this movement. The upraise of the global market lead to the division of the world in to three categories: first world country -developed -, second world country -communist-, and thirdly the third world country -developing-.
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In international trade today, foreign enterprises enter new markets and try and compete with existing domestic brands. In markets where an enterprise has a sole monopoly, this creates implications for that one business and it must modify its tactics and procedures to the situation. This essay will identify the monopoly in a market and briefly explain the main measure used to reduce monopoly. Furthermore, it examines the influence of foreign competition on monopolies in a market and how they must respond and act in such circumstances. Lastly, the measures that governments take in order to control and protect its domestic markets from foreign competition will be explained.
Economic globalization raises debate about whether integration will reduce the probability of conflict and war. Globalization in this context refers to an international trading market, where state economies become dependent on global trade. States prosper by being economically advanced, promoting trade would increase state capital. For economic globalization to be successful in reducing conflict it would follow neoliberalism’s free hand of the market, limiting government’s role in trade. The economic liberalization of trade globalization can reduce resource wars and civil wars influenced by natural resources.
The following essay aims at highlighting and analyzing the main political arguments for trade intervention and the rationale behind this. Firstly, what should be noted here is that international trade has been providing different benefits for firms as they may expand in different new markets and raise productivity by adopting different approaches. Given that nowadays marketplace is more dynamic and characterized by an interdependent economy, the volume of international trade has grown substantially in recent years, reducing the barriers to international trade. However, after experiencing the economic crisis that took its toll in 2008 many countries adopted a different approach in terms of trade barriers by introducing higher tariffs in order to protect domestic firms from foreign competition (Hill). Secondly, in order to better understand the implications of the political arguments for trade it is essential to highlight the main instruments of trade policy (See appendix 1).