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This guide is designed for Cornell University students enrolled in ILRHR 4650 that are researching global industry operations. It provides resources to supplement the course and assist you with your assignments. 

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Globalization Resources

  • Globalization and the Workplace (DigitalCommons@ILR)
    Portal for documentation on the effects of globalization on workers and working conditions, labor relations, and social movements.
  • Globalization 101
    Provides background information and basic summaries on globalization in different arenas, including: trade, technology, investment, health, culture, environment, migration, the IMF & World Bank, development, women & globalization, international law and organizations, energy, human rights.
  • Yale Center for the Study of Globalization
    Undertakes research and conferences and publishes news articles on key global issues of economic development, governance, multilateral trade, health, peace and security, and the environment.
  • Global Policy Forum
    Provides overview of globalization, including separate analyses of the economy, trade, world economic forums, export processing zones, corporate strategies, NGOs, politics, culture, law, tables and charts on globalization, and links to other resources
  • Center for Economic Research and Policy (CEPR):
    Provides general information and analysis of current economic issues in the US.

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