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Global village The dissolution of national borders in all aspects of human endeavor. See G7, Global medicine, Third world.

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In 2006, it officially became the richest country in the world, and it has reached its lofty position by doing exactly the opposite of what the globalizers prescribe.
Many mass-service industries not usually associated with the new proletariat behind fast-food and retail counters could be added to the list of potential Concept Globalizers.
Neo Advisory is a consulting and advisory firm that enables organizational transformation by leveraging outsourcing and globalization, while ensuring that their clients become "Great Globalizers.
He places the blame at the feet of a doctrine he calls "market fundamentalism"--in brief, the belief in natural and naturally efficient markets that the liberal globalizers reject.
Ngaire Woods, "The Globalizers in Search of a Future: Four Reasons Why the IMF and the World Bank Must Change, and Four Ways They Can," in Center for Global Development Brief, 20 April 2006.
As a consequence of increased adoption of outsourcing, the global sourcing landscape has been undergoing changes and many global locations are evolving to serve specific needs of organizations that embark on their globalization journey or evolve as mature globalizers.
Neo Advisory is a global consulting firm that enables organizational transformation by leveraging outsourcing and globalization, while ensuring our clients become "Great Globalizers.
See Chapter 5, "Mission Creep in Russia," in Woods, The Globalizers.
Vashistha is the author of The Offshore Nation and is in the process of writing a new book, The 7 Secrets of Successful Globalizers, to be published later this year.
Drawn from a wide variety of sources--documentary evidence, extensive interviews, and secondary literature--The Globalizers fills a yawning gap in current literature on the Bank and the Fund, closing the gulf between academic scholarship and policy advocacy that characterizes much research on the BWIs today.