publication . Other literature type . Article . Research . 2013

Existing methods and their implications for teaching Global Studies and forecasting

Peter Bergeijk; Mensink, N. W.;
  • Published: 04 Nov 2013
  • Publisher: (:unav)
Abstract
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to encourage discussions regarding the existing approaches to globalization measurement (taking mainly the form of indices and rankings) and their shortcomings in terms of applicability to developing Global Studies curricula. Another aim is to propose an outline for the globalization measurement methodology that would take a systemic approach to revealing the global flows (both their direction and content) and networks, which will allow the multidimensionality in globalization measurement crucial for proposing and verifying formal explanations and hypotheses, as well as for developing globalization forecasts. Design/methodo...
Subjects
free text keywords: Existing Methods and Their Implications for Teaching Global Studies and Forecasting [Measuring Globalization], C82, F02, globalization index, factor analysis, OECD, Globalisierung, Politik der offenen Tür, Wirtschaftsindikator, Schätzung, OECD-Staaten, Computer Networks and Communications, Library and Information Sciences, Systems theory, Management science, Globalization, Teaching method, Originality, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Social system, Global studies, Strategic planning, Computer science, Global network, ddc:330
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publication . Other literature type . Article . Research . 2013

Existing methods and their implications for teaching Global Studies and forecasting

Peter Bergeijk; Mensink, N. W.;