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Trade protectionism threatens global economy's broad-based upturnLONDON
Executive MBA Special Lecture: The Development of Financial Accounting
A review of its origins and its refinement and geographic expansion in the middle ages, to its importance and limitations in business today and potential direction in the future.
Executive MBA Program, Temple University, Japan Campus
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Hard pressed families are not feeling the effects of globalization in any improvement in their standard of living.
Wages are depressed because widening income inequality, a direct effect of huge conglomerates that take cynical advantage of counties with the lowest income levels and lack regulatory employment/social restrictions.
This is compounded when comparing consumer purchasing power against financial institutions, banks and investors being able to expand their activities geographically yet dismantle controls and vital tax revenue growth on cross border flows of financial investment. As in the case of race to the bottom corporate tax incentives.
A issue the World Bank and IMF conveniently bushes aside.