Examining the Effects of Economic Power on the Perception of Power Among the Bric Countries
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AbstractAs globalization begins to mature, where more varied nations and economies participate in international governmental organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Trade Organization (WTO), states economic strength becomes more visible. However, in the traditional capitalist approach, economic players and nations are looking to capitalize on burgeoning markets. But how do nations and investors select up and coming nations? Where do those perceptions come into play?
Degree ProgramHonors College