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I know what I'm doing when answering a 12 mark question however, in this question, "Assess the role of international migration in the globalised economy", I'm unsure as to what it means by "globalised economy". I've googled it and can't find any results. Any ideas?
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I think it means the economy in regards to globalisation, or the economy which has been affected by globalisation
So TNCs, international firms, possibly any of the EU as it is a regional trade bloc with economic integration
Anything to do with remittances I guess
Not entirely sure though, weird question
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I believe that the globalized economy is just the general economy of countries. They've worded it like that because they are referring to migration having an impact in multiple country's economies. I would talk about migration of skilled people from different countries into an economy such as the UK with Polish migrants, and how they filled in skill gaps, majority building or labored work. Also, I would talk about migration at a global scale, how its role is benefiting LIDC's such as remittances and giving income to families, improving their quality of life. message me if you need any more help!
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