As a result of the Asian crisis in 1998 and the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2008, there is increasing speculation that ‘Globalisation’ may have stalled. Regardless, do developed and developing nations actually benefit (or suffer) from globalization? Some have argued that globalisation has created ‘imbalance’ between nations, and the GFC was the zenith of speculation in financial and property markets. Others have concluded that the world is organised around regions such as Europe, North America and Asia, thus making a case for ‘regionalisation’.
|Title of host publication||ESOMAR Asia Pacific 2011|
|Subtitle of host publication||increasing value through simplicity : conference papers|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Publisher||ESOMAR World Research|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||ESOMAR Asia Pacific Conference - Melbourne|
Duration: 20 Mar 2011 → 22 Mar 2011
|Conference||ESOMAR Asia Pacific Conference|
|Period||20/03/11 → 22/03/11|
- economic trends
- business trends
Baumann, C., Hamin, H., Tung, R., & Toll, R. (2011). Convergence or divergence of the Asian market: is regionalism leading to regionalisation? In ESOMAR Asia Pacific 2011: increasing value through simplicity : conference papers (pp. 1-10). Amsterdam: ESOMAR World Research.