SHS Web of Conf.
Volume 92, 2021The 20th International Scientific Conference Globalization and its Socio-Economic Consequences 2020
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Corporate Social Responsibility and Consumer Claims|
|Published online||13 January 2021|
Are 2020’s Social Movements Proof of the End of Globalization?
1 Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romana Square, no. 6, Bucharest, Romania
2 National Institute of Research and Development for Industrial Ecology, Drumul Podu Damvobvitei St. 71-73, Bucharest, Romania
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Research background: This paper is targeted towards the concept of globalization, its limits and how today’s social movements are proof of a new path needed for sustainable development, sustainability as a goal, economic growth as social progress and the need for taking care of all nationalities, all types of countries when it comes to their development (emerging versus developed) and importing the American’s Navy principle, “No man left behind”, in this case from a social and economic perspective, because we try to highlight that today’s protests and riots are actually based on the need to be listened on the issues they have, each economy having different issues for its population and these vary from LGBT issues, Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter and anti-corruption movements. The paper analysis 2020’s social movements and the double standards of social development depending on the types of economies we observe.
Purpose of the article: The paper represents on overview of the social movements in 2020.
Methods: The research is based on fundamental analysis of the news that feed social movements and the technical approach of their economic results.
Findings & Value added: The paper offers the big picture on how the economy develops in line with its social movements and also targeting the need for a clear future.
Key words: globalization / social movements / sustainable development / economic growth / riots
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