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Globalization: International Political Economy

A guide to materials on globalization in the SAU Library in connection with the tenth annual College of Arts and Sciences theme, Faces of Globalization.

Books in the SAU Library

Films on Demand

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It doesn’t take much to travel the world these days—and that applies not only to goods and people, but also to money, intellectual property, and high-profile corporate brands. This program illustrates the phenomenon of globalization and how it is changing the world of business, as seen in a variety of industries and cultures. Starting with a piece of 3-D animation as a brief case study in internationally sourced labor, the film goes on to explore Apple’s borderless appeal to technology consumers and the stunning rise of Gazprom, Russia’s foremost energy giant. Shanghai’s emergence as a global city, Hyderabad’s increasing importance to India’s IT industry, and ongoing changes in the Paris fashion world offer additional views of globalization’s effects