El Poder En La Era De La Globalizacion: Analisis De Una Metamorfo Sis

July 22, 2019

El Poder En La Era De La Globalizacion: Analisis De Una Metamorfo Sis

Titulo del libro: El Poder En La Era De La Globalizacion: Analisis De Una Metamorfo Sis

Autor: Iigo De Miguel Beriain

Archivo: El+Poder+En+La+Era+De+La+Globalizacion:+Analisis+De+Una+Metamorfo+Sis.pdf

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SINOPSIS

The work will try to show how the American model is inapplicable to a scenario like the one that constructs the globalization, since in this one there does not exist a central power like the government of the United States, whereas there is nobody who Establish rules of competition, or minimums that should not be transferred. As a result, regulative competition leads us to a model that encourages countries to systematically try to reform their legislation by looking exclusively at ways of making them more likely to attract resources. This phenomenon implies, in turn, the obligation to denounce how human rights are seriously threatened by a regulatory framework that tends to choose the solutions that most subordinate the environment, the worker, the indigenous communities, etc., to the Interests of capital or industry, which are the winners-losers in the process. The work will try to show how the American model is inapplicable to a scenario like the one that constructs the globalization, since in this one there does not exist a Central power like the government of the United States, whereas there is nobody who establishes rules of competition, or minimums that should not be transferred. As a result, regulatory competition leads to a model that encourages countries to systematically try to reform their legislation by looking at ways of making them more likely to attract resources. This phenomenon implies, in turn, the obligation to denounce how human rights are seriously threatened by a regulatory framework that tends to choose the solutions that most subordinate the environment, the worker, the indigenous communities, etc., to the Interests of capital or industry , Who are the winners-losers in the process.