Economic and Cultural Globalization - Independent Institute
Growing mismatch between economic and cultural globalization
Indian workers' fluent English has made them the leading exporters of services to the US and Europe, but firms find that linguistic proficiency is not enough to create seamless business relationships. Workers must also learn Western customs and mannerisms, demonstrating the link between economic and cultural globalization. (New York Times)
two forces of economic and cultural globalization meet
2. The logic of globalization needs to be challenged by an alternative way of life of community indiversity. Christians and churches should reflect on the challenge of globalization from a faithperspective and therefore resist the unilateral domination of economic and cultural globalization. Thesearch for alternative options to the present economic system and the realization of effective politicallimitations and corrections to the process of globalization and its implications are urgently needed.