ABSTRACT. Machinea et al. write that a decisive factor in a country’s or region’s economic and productive development is the availability, capability and quality of its economic agents. Amoroso points out that the IMF is the institution that most successfully has been able to combine the objectives of economic marginalization and political destabilization by the implementation of its policies for structural adjustments. Brady et al. provide evidence of increased economic globalization among affluent democracies, discuss the conceptualization and measurement of globalization, and conceptualize economic globalization as international economic exchange and the flow of goods, services, people, information, and capital across national boundaries.



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