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A majority of economists and corporate executives believe that globalization is good for America overall despite the significant disruption it causes. But there is a substantial difference between thoughtfully embracing global free trade and assuming a laissez faire attitude towards how this trend affects businesses, communities and individual workers.

Dr. Ron Hira, an assistant professo......

Full article >>> aid off to the time they were reemployed, as well as offer health care subsidies for up to two years. Corporate funded programs like this would go a long way to helping American workers make the transition to new, higher value work. It would strengthen our communities and our economy too.

2. Large corporations should invest more here. Some companies are pursuing global operations to grow......

Full article >>> ed to partner with local educational and financial institutions to develop programs that entice companies to retrain workers and invest in knowledge creation locally. They must also find ways to help entrepreneurs who often do more to create new wealth and jobs than large companies. Its time for government at all levels to rethink how the self-employed and new small business startups can be given......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 03/03/04


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