INFLUENCES OF GLOBALIZATION ON ECONOMY OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES A CASE STUDY: IRAN - WEST AZERBAIJANMasoud Mahdavi Hajiloue and Mohammad Amin Mohy Aldini
Since the globalization has laid special effects on humans' living, the rural settlements in different places were influenced variously. Political and economical system that governs the society is superiorseeking system and the communities that do not understand the real situation of their country in the international community, will not be able to have continuous and effective presence in the global arena. For developing countries, including Iran, if the foreign commerce is accomplished through a well-planned way and with appropriate facilities and capacities of the region, it can be the best way to achieve growth and promotion of the country, especially in the rural economy. West Azerbaijan Province, because of its specific geographical location and proximity to major consumer markets of the region as a central point of economic and demographic areas of Asia, Europe and Arabic countries and with the potential of transiting different products can play an important role in economic development of the country. Also, accomplishment of economic development requires the existence of foundational factors and economical infrastructure that W-Azerbaijan with its unique features enjoys the required potential for creating this infrastructure. This paper, at first reviews the economical situation in developing countries and comparatively compares these countries with other developed countries in terms of economic development toward globalization, and then deals with the economical situation, capabilities, problems and challenges of villages in W-Azerbaijan in the global context. Then provides analysis and recommendations related to the economic situation in the villages of W-Azerbaijan through globalization and finally discusses and concludes the issues presented in the paper.
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