Chapter 01

Information about Chapter 01

Published on March 28, 2008

Author: Urban

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Slide2:  Chapter One Globalization Opening Case: The Globalization of Health Care:  Opening Case: The Globalization of Health Care There is a shortage of radiologists in the United States and demand for their services is growing twice as fast as the rate of graduation Solution to the problem: Send images over the Internet to be interpreted by radiologists in India Opening Case: The Globalization of Health Care:  Opening Case: The Globalization of Health Care Outsourcing health care is not only limited to radiology; we are beginning to see patients travel internationally for treatments as well as surgery In 2004 some 170,000 foreigners visited India for medical treatments; the number is expected to grow at 15% for the next several years Question: Will demand for American health services soon collapse as work moves offshore to places like India? What is Globalization?:  What is Globalization? The shift toward a more integrated and interdependent world economy Two components: The globalization of markets The globalization of production Globalization of Markets:  Globalization of Markets The merging of distinctly separate national markets into a global marketplace Falling barriers to cross-border trade have made it easier to sell internationally Tastes and preferences converge onto a global norm Firms offer standardized products worldwide creating a world market Globalization of Markets:  Globalization of Markets Difficulties that arise from the globalization of markets Significant differences still exist among national markets Country-specific marketing strategies Varied product mix Globalization of Markets:  Globalization of Markets The most global markets are not consumer markets The most global markets are for industrial goods and materials that serve a universal need the world over Globalization of Production:  Globalization of Production Refers to sourcing of goods and services from locations around the world to take advantage of Differences in cost or quality of the factors of production Labor Land Capital Globalization of Production:  Globalization of Production Historically this has been primarily confined to manufacturing enterprises Increasingly companies are taking advantage of modern communications technology, and particularly the Internet, to outsource service activities to low-cost producers in other nations Globalization of Production:  Globalization of Production Outsourcing of productive activities to different suppliers results in the creation of products that are global in nature Impediments to the globalization of production include Formal and informal barriers to trade Barriers to foreign direct investment Transportation costs Issues associated with economic risk Issues associated with political risk The Emergence of Global Institutions:  The Emergence of Global Institutions Globalization has created the need for institutions to help manage, regulate and police the global marketplace GATT WTO IMF World bank United Nations Drivers of Globalization:  Drivers of Globalization Two macro factors seem to underlie the trend toward greater globalization Decline in barriers to the free flow of goods, services, and capital that has occurred since the end of World War II Technological change Declining Trade and Investment Barriers:  Declining Trade and Investment Barriers During the 1920s and ‘30s, many of the nation-states of the world erected formidable barriers to international trade and foreign direct investment Advanced industrial nations of the West committed themselves after World War II to removing barriers to the free flow of goods, services, and capital between nations. Average Tariff Rates on Manufactured Products:  Average Tariff Rates on Manufactured Products Growth Trends:  Growth Trends Affects of Lowering Trade Barriers:  Affects of Lowering Trade Barriers The Role of Technology:  The Role of Technology Lowering of trade barriers made globalization possible; technology has made it a reality Since the end of World War II the world has seen advances in Communication Information processing Transportation technology Internet Usage Growth:  Internet Usage Growth The Changing Demographics of the Global Economy:  The Changing Demographics of the Global Economy World output and trade Changing foreign direct investment Changing nature of multinationals The Globalization Debate:  The Globalization Debate Pro Factors Lower prices for goods and services Economic growth stimulation Increase in consumer income Creates jobs Countries specialize in production of goods and services that are produced most efficiently Con Factors Destroys manufacturing jobs in wealthy, advanced countries Wage rates of unskilled workers in advanced countries declines Companies move to countries with fewer labor and environment regulations Loss of sovereignty Managing in the Global Marketplace:  Managing in the Global Marketplace Much of this book is concerned with the challenges of managing an international business (any firm that engages in international trade or investment) Managing an international business is different from managing a purely domestic business in four areas: Countries are different Range of problems confronted by a manager in an international business is wider and the problems themselves are more complex than those confronted by a manager in a domestic business An international business must find ways to work within the limits imposed by government intervention in the international trade and investment system International transactions involve converting money into different currencies Looking Ahead:  Looking Ahead Chapter 2: National Differences in Political Economy Political Systems Economic Systems Legal Systems The Determinates of Economic Development Development States in Transition Managerial Implications World Trade Organization:  World Trade Organization The successor of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) Primarily responsible for: Policing the world trading system Promoting the lowering of barriers to trade As of May 2005 there were 148 member nations that collectively accounted for 97% of world trade Return IMF and World Bank:  IMF and World Bank Both the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank were created in 1944 by 44 nations that met at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire The IMF was created to maintain order in the international monetary system The World Bank was created to promote economic development through low-interest loans Return United Nations:  United Nations The United Nations was established October 24, 1945 by 51 countries committed to preserving peace through international cooperation and collective security Membership is now at 191 countries Four main purposes of the UN are: To maintain international peace and security To develop friendly relations among nations To cooperate in solving international problems and in promoting respect for human rights To be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations Return International Trade:  International Trade Occurs when a firm exports goods or services to consumers in another country Return Foreign Direct Investment:  Foreign Direct Investment Occurs when a firm invests resources in business activities outside its home country Return World Output and Trade:  World Output and Trade Return Changing Foreign Direct Investment :  Changing Foreign Direct Investment Return Changing Nature of Multinationals :  Changing Nature of Multinationals Non-U.S. Multinationals In the 1960’s global business activity was dominated by large U.S. multinational corporations In 1973 48.5% of multinationals were U.S. firms In 2002 28% of largest multinationals were U.S. firms Globalization of the world economy has resulted in a relative decline in the dominance of U.S. firms in the global marketplace Rise of Mini-Multinationals Growth of medium-size and small multinationals has become a trend in international business Consider Lubricating Systems Inc. which employs 25 people and generates sales of $6.5 million, of which $2 million are from global sales International business is conducted not just by large firms but also by medium-size and small enterprises Return

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