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Ensayo Essay

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"Cambios significativo, una verdadera Globalización"Finanzas IntermediasPrograma de Contaduría PúblicaFacultad de Ciencias Económicas y AdministrativasPresentado a: Andrés HuertasPresentado por:Clara Emma García LópezBogotá D.C. 26 de Noviembre de 2010"Cambios significativo, una verdadera Globalización"A través de la historia se ha evidenciado un interés individualista por el poder, por la riquezas y la manipulación a partir de ellas sobre otros, pero esto también se ha transformado a nivel general, es decir, hay sociedades, naciones, Estados que desde elementos como los antes nombrados han conseguido ...view middle of the document...

Es ya bien conocido que una estructura puede tener errores, siempre modificables, pero dependientes de la conveniencia de los que lo manejan.Pero todo esto, inevitablemente, propicia una fuerte crítica hacia este modelo planteado y es que como está siendo manejado exclusivamente beneficia a los pocos que tienen el capital real de cada nación y por ende el poder, pero este poder ha sesgado la parte humana de esos pocos.De los 6.000 millones de habitantes del mundo se considera que 4.000 viven en condiciones de pobreza y/o miseria generando cada vez más desigualdad, injusticia social y desequilibrios en las economías a nivel mundial.Por otro lado, resulta muy fácil en la teoría plantear que todos los países tienen los mismos derechos, que son tratados igual, que los que están en vía de desarrollo deben dejarse guiar por los del primer mundo sin darse cuenta que no hay ni mejores ni peores países, sólo son diferentes factores y elementos los que los conforman.Se plantea también que lo que está consiguiendo la globalización como está siendo abarcada es el exterminio de lo auténtico en una cultura porque los países en desarrollo se están convirtiendo en copias vulgares de otras naciones con sus propios hábitos y por ende hay una problemática de identidad, porque se está alimentando la vergüenza de lo propio y el deseo de ser lo que no son ni serán.Sin embargo, no se puede dejar de lado la realidad principal que está basada en que las naciones con problemas políticos, económicos y demás no están en el interés de las potencias para inversiones significativas, pero esto solo marca más la desigualdad porque en muchos de esos países poco atractivos se está generando los monopolios haciéndoles creer que es lo mejor, pero los está arruinando...

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