The Promises and Disappointments of Globalization.

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Module 4, Lesson 4.0: The Promises and Disappointments of Globalization Introduction

{youtube}https://youtu.be/T87FaqUcHjY{/youtube}   Dean Milberg introduces this fourth module on globalization. What is it? When and why did it happen? What are its consequences?

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Module 4, Lesson 4.1: What is Globalization and How Did We Get Here?

{youtube}https://youtu.be/Knsr6fFEBV8{/youtube}   In this first lesson of Module Four, Dean Milberg discusses the historical roots of globalization and the international regulatory system. By the end of this video (1/2), learners will be able to: Discuss contemporary globalization in historical perspective. Describe the history of the international regulatory system.

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Module 4, Lesson 4.1: The Golden Age of Capitalism and Beyond

{youtube}https://youtu.be/rqPimQkJ_3o{/youtube}   In this first lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg discusses the historical roots of globalization and the international regulatory system. By the end of this video (2/2), learners will be able to: Explain the two parts of globalization: production and finance. Describe the growing role of exports in economic growth for developing countries.

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Module 4, Lesson 4.2: The Five Drivers of Globalization

{youtube}https://youtu.be/B-FsDjN7tYY{/youtube}   In this second lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg digs deeper into the historic wave of global trade that began in the 1980s and the economics of outsourcing and power relations within global value chains. By the end of this video (1/2), learners will be able to: Describe the five drivers of globalization

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Module 4, Lesson 4.2: Outsourcing and the Rise of Global Value Chains

{youtube}https://youtu.be/ruktQGbByOs{/youtube}   In this second lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg digs deeper into the historic wave of global trade that began in the 1980s and the economics of outsourcing and power relations within global value chains. By the end of this video (2/2), learners will be able to: Explain the economics of outsourcing Recognize the power relations within global value chains

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Module 4, Lesson 4.3: Winners and Losers from Globalization

{youtube}https://youtu.be/RfHhZYctO5I{/youtube}   In this third lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg discusses the winners and losers from globalization. In interviews with Dr. GrieveChelwa and Dr. Ha-Joon Chang, he explores how globalization has left some countries out and reviews some policies that can bring about more equitable and just economic relations. By the end of this video (1/3), learners will be able to: Explain how gains from globalization have contributed to income...

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Module 4, Lesson 4.3: Rethinking Globalization (Part 1)

{youtube}https://youtu.be/u-6Q2Cky6gU{/youtube}   In this third lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg discusses the winners and losers from globalization. In interviews with Dr. GrieveChelwa and Dr. Ha-Joon Chang, he explores how globalization has left some countries out and reviews some policies that can bring about more equitable and just economic relations. By the end of this video (2/3), learners will be able to: Explain how globalization has left some countries out Describe some...

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Module 4, Lesson 4.3: Rethinking Globalization (Part 2)

{youtube}https://youtu.be/pdKw73mqyh4{/youtube}     In this third lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg discusses the winners and losers from globalization. In interviews with Dr. Grieve Chelwa and Dr. Ha-Joon Chang, he explores how globalization has left some countries out and reviews some policies that can bring about more equitable and just economic relations. By the end of this video (3/3), learners will be able to: Explain how globalization has left some countries out Describe...

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Module 4, Lesson 4.4: As the Ball Bounces: Inside the Global Value Chain

{youtube}https://youtu.be/OlkHBP5dbrU{/youtube}   In this fourth lesson of Module 4, Dean Milberg digs deeper into the nature and logic of globalization using the example of a seemingly very simple commodity: the tennis ball. By the end of this video (1/1), learners will be able to: Explain how commodities reveal social relations. Explain globalization and its consequences in a specific case study of the tennis ball.