Economic globalization and social dispute

Write a 3,500-4,000 words research article on economicglobalization and social dispute based on a specific theme of your choice inone or more of the flowing topics: Economic history of globalization, Globalmarkets and institutions, Business and transnationalism.

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YOU ARE FREE TO CHOOSE A RESEARCH THEME- You Should send me the research theme and objective to validate before startwriting.
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Main Research Topic: Economic globalization and social dispute
Choose one or more of the flowing Topics (1,2 and 3):
1.Economic history of globalization
–         Introductionto the process of economic globalization
–         Divisionof labor, production and social exclusion
–         Globalizationand development
2.Global markets and institutions
–         FinancialMarkets
–         GlobalInstitutions
–         RegionalEconomic Blocks
3. Business and transnationalism
–         Business ethicsand global challenges
–         Corporate SocialResponsibility (CSR)
–         Debate: companiesas political actors in the global arena?
Size:3,000-4,000 words (Cover, index, tables, graphs, images, bibliography andattachments wont count for word suggestion size).
Journal Requirements: Preferable articles from journals ranked Q3 or higherare accepted according to Scimagojr.
Bibliographic & Citations requirements: At least 10 articles, no limit. APA 6th or7th Standard.
–         Introduction
–         Enunciationof the problem
–         Identificationof the research’s objectives
–         Theoreticaldeepening – which should be well divided in topics/sections
–         CriticalAnalysis and Conclusions
–         Bibliographicalreferences.
Some themes to help you choose and get you going:
–         Globalinequalities, the distribution of space and the distribution of wealth
–         Economicglobalization and social exclusion – Social contestation
–         Developmentof global economic growth Politics and Measures
–         SDG -sustainable development goals
–         Internationaland global division of labor and production (Rodrik Trilema)
–         Interventionof agencies in the context of the international financial crisis
–         Globalsustainable financing
–         Globalinstitutions and the multilateralism
–         Internationaleconomic integration
–         Regionaleconomic blocks
–         Corporatesocial performance and global corporate citizenship
–         Companiesas political actors in certain regions
–         Largecorporations effectively manufacture global governance
Mandatory bibliography of each topic:
1.Economic history of globalization
Roland Robertson (2012). Globalisation orglocalisation?, The Journal of International Communication, 18:2, 191-208, DOI:10.1080/13216597.2012.709925.
Al-Rodhan, N. R., & Stoudmann, G. (2006).Definitions of globalization: A comprehensive overview and a proposeddefinition. Program on the Geopolitical Implications of Globalization andTransnational Security, 6(1-21).
Deaton, A. (2013). The great escape. PrincetonUniversity Press.
Goldin, I. (2016). The pursuit of development:Economic growth, social change and ideas. Oxford University Press.
Milanovic, B.(2016). Global inequality. Harvard University Press.
2.Global markets and institutions
Keohane, R.O. (1990). Multilateralism: an agenda for research. Internationaljournal, 45(4), 731-764.
OCDE (2002). Regional Integration Agreements. Institute forInternational Economics.
Renard, T.(2016). Partnerships for effective multilateralism? Assessing the compatibilitybetween EU bilateralism,(inter-) regionalism and multilateralism. CambridgeReview of International Affairs, 29(1), 18-35.
Elsig, M.,Milewicz, K., & Strchler, N. (2011). Who is in love with multilateralism?Treaty commitment in the post-Cold War era. European Union Politics, 12(4),529-550.
3. Business andtransnationalism
Crane, A., Matten, D., Glozer, S., & Spence, L.(2019). Business ethics: Managing corporate citizenship and sustainability inthe age of globalization. Oxford University Press, USA.
Kallio, T. J. (2007). Taboos in corporate socialresponsibility discourse. Journal of Business Ethics, 74(2), 165-175.
Blowfield, M., & Murray, A. (2014). Corporate responsibility.Oxford University Press, USA.
DesJardins, J. R., & McCall, J. J. (2014).Contemporary issues in business ethics. Cengage Learning.
Dahlsrud, A. (2008). How corporate socialresponsibility is defined: an analysis of 37 definitions. Corporate socialresponsibility and environmental management, 15(1), 1-13.
Palazzo, G., & Scherer, A. G. (2008). Corporatesocial responsibility, democracy, and the politicization of the corporation.Academy of Management Review, 33(3), 773-775.
Scherer, A. G., & Palazzo, G. (2008). Globalizationand corporate social responsibility.

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