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World Banker and His Cash Return Home

"World Banker and His Cash Return Home"
New York Times
By Jason DeParle
Published: March 17, 2008

“I understand the costs of migration,” he said. “There is a cost to not migrating, too.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/17/world/asia/17remit.html?pagewanted=1&_...

Interview with Prof. T. K. Oommen, Jawaharlal Nehru University, on Cultural Globalisation

This is a presentation of the approach of Prof. T. K. Oommen about the cultural, political, and social aspects of the process of globalization. It was recorded at the Sociological Department, Albert Ludwigs University, Freiburg (Germany ) on May 23, 2000 by Bernd Remmele and Markus Jenki. Dr. Frank Welz and Dr. Anand Kumar conducted the discussion with Prof. Oommen for this recording.

http://www.zmk.uni-freiburg.de/Oommen/default.htm

Globalization and the Trade Union Response

"Globalization and the Trade Union Response"

by
RAVI R. GHADGE
Research Scholar
Centre for the Study of Social Systems
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

The aim of this paper was to describe the present phenomenon of globalization in terms of globalization of capital and the dynamics of the industrial production. We also looked at the various challenges globalization has thrown to the trade unions in developing countries and lastly we have tried to look at the case of India to briefly highlight the process of globalization and its effects especially on labour.

Globalisation and Popular Culture

"Globalisation and Popular Culture"
Reading Advertisements Sociologically
by
SUSANTA KUMAR JENA
http://www.zmk.uni-freiburg.de/CulturalGlobalization/Workshop/default.ht...
LEC-Seminar Workshop on
"The Limits of Cultural Globalization"
Jawaharlal Nehru University & Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, June/July 2000

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Recycling Modernity: Pirate electronic cultures in India

by Ravi Sundara

http://www.sarai.net/publications/readers/01-the-public-domain/093-099pi...

Are pirate/recycling electronic cultures the defining mark of the 'Asian' engagement with contemporary modernity? 'Asia', is of course a violent abstraction, but one can surely detect the chain of non-legal electronic markets from Hong Kong to Shanghai, from Singapore to Delhi. Non-legality has been a major feature of all East Asian computer cultures where Western electronic commodities are re-sold in the world market, particularly the

The Rise of Medical Tourism

The Rise of Medical Tourism
Q&A with: Tarun Khanna
Published: December 17, 2007
Author: Martha Lagace
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge

http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/5814.html

Medical tourism—traveling far and wide for health care that is often better and certainly cheaper than at home—appeals to patients with complaints ranging from heart ailments to knee pain. Why is India leading in the globalization of medical services?

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