Globalization is a prominent, widespread interconnection among countries and relations across all the key human activities beyond the boundary that gradually transformed different countries into one global village. With the rapid and revolutionary development of Technologicalization, the growing modern technology plays a role as a facilitator to intensify and magnify the influential prevalence. This paper aimed at triggering the discussions on the perspectives of the Globalization and Technologicalization to explore the current educational system in Taiwan. From the perspectives of the historical development of machinery to modern tech and the ICT national policies of Singapore and United States, it is obligatory and necessary for people in Taiwan to perceive further insights and probe into the meanings and value of education system in response to the prevailing Globalized Technological Current.
This study explores, with a particular focus on the Australian political context, how the ethical impacts of pursuing effective climate change policy have been diluted by the singular focus on economic implications. The paper uses critical discourse analysis to examine examples of political speeches and documents. It gives an historical overview of political problems of pursuing climate policy (Australia has had five prime ministers in six years, all of them whose political incumbency has pivoted around their positions on climate change.) The paper then discusses more generally, why economics has become the dominant narrative and the arguments for considering climate change as a moral or ethical issue, hence the title “the choice between progress or the planet.”
The success of international business depends on effective negotiations that transpire in a specific environment determined by time, surrounding, place, culture, and people. Culture and negotiation research contributed to clarify and identify the need for further research on negotiation behaviour, with specific reference to a global perspective, as this has been an untapped area of research especially on the African continent. This study investigated the influence of the international marketing environment, awareness of negotiation skills, interest groups and negotiation atmosphere on negotiation behaviour of marketers in a global firm. This study also assessed the impact of negotiation behaviour on business agreements based on trust and certainty and level of business negotiator’s commitment. Self-administered questionnaires were used for data collection from global firms’ marketers and their management representatives. Findings of this study promote unambiguous business guidelines and policies regarding reasonable government concessions, tax and interest rates strategies, and fair business policies that can benefit and promote local businesses and government and negotiators in respect of international trade negotiations and business practices. A positive business relationship is created on trust and a high-level of commitment which should be of great satisfaction to negotiating parties for future prospective negotiations.