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De-Globalization and Impact of Brexit on Global Economy and SAARC Nations

International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies

Volume 7 Issue 1

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Kanwal Anil | Author(s) Affiliation: Assoc. Prof., School of Business Public Policy and Social Entrepreneurship, Ambedkar Univ. Delhi.
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The paper attempts to discuss the new and upcoming concept of de-globalization in the context of the latest issue making waves on the international circuit, that is, Brexit-the exit of Britain from the European Union (EU) through a referendum held on 23rd June 2016. The paper first builds upon the historical context of the term ‘globalisation’, its genesis and history and throws light on the economic, political and cultural connotations of the term. It then moves on to discuss and define the upcoming and pertinent issues, which have surfaced to the forefront of the developed economies like ‘Corporate capitalism’, ‘Neoliberalism’, ‘Alter or Anti-globalisation’, and now finally ‘de-globalisation’. By connecting these dots together, the paper attempts to bring about the impact of Brexit on Britain, the EU, and world economy at large by specifically bringing out arguments in favour and against the Brexit proposal. The paper further delves down to discuss, underline, and elaborate on the lessons, which the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation nations, especially India, can learn from this policy of de-globalization being adopted by the British economy.

Keywords: Globalisation, De-Globalisation, Brexit

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