1 edition of Globalization and the cultures of business in Africa found in the catalog.
Globalization and the cultures of business in Africa
Scott D. Taylor
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Scott D. Taylor|
|LC Classifications||HD2917 .T39 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780253002662, 9780253005731, 9780253005816|
|LC Control Number||2012017809|
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Globalization largely refers to the movement toward an integrated global economy, marked by the free exchange of goods and capital. In popular discourse, Globalization is often related to the Internet revolution, the neo-liberal or free-market economies and the predominantly western political, economic and cultural style. But, prior to globalization, cultural influences were introduced at much slower speed. It allowed societies, big and small, to reflect, consider, and adjust to these unique notions over time. But.
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Globalization and the Cultures of Business in Africa: From Patrimonialism to ProfitCited by: Many contemporary observers tend to portray business in Africa as a fairly recent phenomenon or a colonial import. This ahistorical view has advantages for those subscribing to Afropessimist and neopatrimonialist positions, who use it to justify continued skepticism about the prospects for Africa, particularly for black business in Africa, as well as for the enthusiastic globalizationists, for.
Challenging persistent stereotypes about crony capitalism and the lack of development, Taylor reveals a long and dynamic history of business in Africa. He shows how a hospitable climate for business has been spurred by institutional change, globalization, and political and economic reform.
Read the full-text online edition of Globalization and the Cultures of Business in Africa: From Patrimonialism to Profit (). myself in search of the ideal image for the cover of this book—one of several that I hoped would suitably depict Africa’s diverse business cultures. The intrinsic viability and adaptability of business in Africa, along with a diversity of business cultures, was apparent from antiquity.
Yet from the colonial era until recently, those business cultures often struggled to find expression within a context of Pages: alization, but culturally, and particularly in regard to business cultures, a more nuanced perspective is called for.
Indeed, Africa does not simply passively respond to develop-ments occurring at the international level, even—popular imagery notwithstanding— when it comes to business on the continent. Globalization is not simply “done Cited by: Globalization and the Cultures of Business in Africa: From Patrimonialism to Profit - Kindle edition by Taylor, Scott D.
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Challenging persistent stereotypes about crony capitalism and the lack of development, Taylor reveals a long and dynamic history of business in Africa.
He shows how a hospitable climate for business has been spurred by institutional change, globalization, and political and economic reform.
Taylor encourages a broader understanding of the mosaic of African business and the diversity of influences and cultures that shape it. and decide for themselves what aspects of globalization may be positive, negative, or truly indifferent to cultures around the world.
Introduction Globalizationorg has defined the phenomenon of globalization as the "acceleration and intensification of economic interaction among the people, companies, and governments of different nations.".
- Lupwishi Mbuyumba, Director of the Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa The world's cultures and their forms of creation, presentation, and preservation are deeply affected by globalization in ways that are inadequately documented and understood. The Cultures and Globalization Series is designed to fill this void in our knowledge.
The Impact of Globalization on Africa In Africa, its position in the international system has been considerably weakened by the fact that it has been losing the race for economic development in general, and human development in particular, to other regions, these.
Globalization is a leading concept which has become the main factor in business life during the last few decades. This phenomenon affects the economy, business life, society, and environment in different ways, and almost all corporations have been affected by these changes. Globalization is the process of increased interconnectedness among countries most notably in the areas of economics, politics, and culture.
McDonald's in Japan, French films being played in Minneapolis, and the United Nations are all representations of : Colin Stief. Globalization. (Winter ). Fredrick Mugira, a Ugandan journalists writes about the lack of interest amongst Africans for local sports teams: “The feeling by several Ugandans and Africans in general that everything in Europe is superior and better than what is in their countries, has made them take football players like Christiano.
A pervasive force that evades easy analysis, globalization has come to represent the export and import of culture, the speed and intensity of which has increased to unprecedented levels in recent years.
The Cultures of Globalization presents an international panel of intellectuals who consider the process of globalization as it concerns the transformation of the economic into the cultural and 3/5(2).“The world has a very serious problem, my friend' Shiva went on. 'Poor children still die by their millions.
Westerners and the global rich -- like me -- live in post-scarcity society, while a billion people struggle to get enough to eat.On to the twenty-first century.
Nobel Laureate Joe Stiglitz published Globalization and its Discontents in Tell us about it please. Joe Stigiltz’s Globalization and its Discontents is a book that anyone looking for a rounded set of perspectives on globalization should read.
Joe Stiglitz has been one of the world’s leading economic theorists since the s.