Migraţia internaţională şi integrarea europeană-factor al globalizării
International migration and european integration – factor of globalization
Author(s): Cristina-Maria Pescaru
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Editura Lumen, Asociatia Lumen
Keywords: migration; globalization; regionalization; global crisis; labor market; rights; political environment; global poverty.
Summary/Abstract: The European Union contains 27 countries on the continent and it is a political and economical global actor, illustrated on it’s participation in the world trade, world production, the regulation of conflicts around the globe, but also in terms of GDP.The process of economic globalization it’s the main impetus for the regional integration in a specific area. The political process at the european level, it’s imperfect, however, and difficult to manage, because of the lacks support of the entire population member states, being accused of lack of transparency, complicated also for the fact that it is not always communicated completely and appropriate.The globalization effects of human society consists in the advantages offered by the social-economic and cultural spheres. European Union citizens can now easily travel, without any restrictions like in the previous eras, can communicate faster and can have business facilities anywhere in the world. Globalization can provide a higher living standard for citizens from developed countries and are an effective way of reducing global poverty if it’s politically well managed.
- Page Range: 187-196
- Page Count: 10
- Publication Year: 2014
- Language: Romanian