International Economic Relations and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Use: Economic Globalization via Economic Digitalization
Athanasios I. Bozinis
DOI : 10.3844/ajassp.2007.188.191
American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 4, Issue 4
The definition of globalization refers to the unification of the countries international economies, as an even system distinctive for its intense mutual reliant association. Globalization does not demand natural presence of the countries in order to conduct product exportation or importation, since all economical procedures may be achieved through the propagation of information and financial capitals. The scope of this research was to analyze the relation between economic globalization and the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). This article argues that the countries that absorb modern information and communication technologies may be developed and function as active parts of the international economical system and part of the economic globalization process.
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