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India’s Job Creation & Race for Development in Asia

Editor-NCMThe race for development, among nations, using globalization as a major tool is slowing down thanks to the recent signs of the revolt against globalization. Ironically, this revolt is being seen in countries that initiated, propagated and, to some extent, monopolized the rules of globalization. It is no secret that despite many advantages of globalization in terms of growth in opportunities and skill development, the fact remains that largely, there has been a jobless growth in most countries. Also, the gap between the rich and the poor has widened to an unimaginable extent creating widespread unrest among those disadvantaged populations everywhere that feel being left out or not being looked after well by their respective governments. Continue reading India’s Job Creation & Race for Development in Asia

Globalization is Irreversible. ….And it is Dying!

Editor-NCMThe theory of trickle-down economics, as propagated worldwide by economists of repute everywhere, has not worked the way it was supposed to have worked in theory. According to this theory, benefits given to the wealthy, and also the wealth created by them, trickle down to everyone else. The governments all over the world tend to provide such benefits in the form of tax cuts on businesses, high-income earners, capital gains, and dividends. Even subsidies of various kinds are also negotiated by governments to attract investments from outside to enhance the industrial activity and to boost industrialization and modernization in various priority sectors. Continue reading Globalization is Irreversible. ….And it is Dying!