Countries in Transition and Globalization: The Case of Albania

By Antoneta Polo and Etleva Peta.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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The fundamental idea underlined in this paper is that countries which will successfully pass the transition process will be framed within the world economy, involving all human and material resources in order to help development, regional and global integration. The countries in transition that achieve membership in the European Union, the most powerful integrated market in the world, are on the way towards integration in the world economy framework i.e. global economy. The Albanian country is still far from global economy integration.
The idea of the globalization is directly related to the elaboration of the new concept of world order as well as the acknowledgment of five indispensable values which serve as the basis for international unity: peace, human rights, development, democracy and ecology balance. Related to this logic, the new European countries, among which Albania as well, have the possibilities to direct their development towards fulfillment of their interest. This is relevant to the new global circumstances.

Keywords: Country in Transition, Globalization, Integration, Region Countries, Free Market, Emigration, Global Economy, Albania

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.223-230. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 786.379KB).

Dr. Antoneta Polo

Lecturer, Department of Economy, University of Gjirokaster, Gjirokaster, Albania

From 1999 till now I have been lecturer at University of Gjirokastra, Department of Economy, in subjects Management Accounting and Financial Analysis. I am intrested in economic research and I have published many articles in deferent economic journals.

Etleva Peta

Lecturer, Department of Economy, University of Gjirokaster, Gjirokastra, Albania


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