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Introducción

Este ensayo va a cubrir los temas del Informe del Banco Mundial, el Foro Económico Mundial junto con el concepto de Índice de Competitividad Global y los problemas que hay con la globalización. Toda esta información se va a discutir por parte y va a tener una introducción y conclusión. Hay tres temas principales a discutir en este ensayo, como mencionado anteriormente.

El primer tema es el Informe del Banco Mundial publicado por el Grupo del Banco Mundial (WBG por sus siglas en inglés), que es una cooperativa de 188 países, y consiste de cinco organizaciones, las cuales dos de ellas forman el Banco Mundial como tal. El segundo tema es el Foro Económico Mundial, el cual define como un país compite con el resto del mundo y publica anualmente el Índice de Competitividad Global. Por último, se va a discutir sobre los problemas que existen en la globalización, la cual se va a discutir que es la globalización antes de definir los problemas.

Informe del Banco Mundial

Como se explicó anteriormente, el Grupo del Banco Mundial tiene cinco organizaciones, las cuales dos forman el grupo. Estas dos organizaciones que lo forman son el Banco Internacional para Reconstrucción y Desarrollo (IBRD) y la Asociación del Desarrollo Internacional (IDA). Las otras tres organizaciones que forman el grupo son: la Corporación de Finanzas Internacionales (IFC), la Agencia Multilateral de Garantía de Inversiones (MIGA) y el Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Disputas de Inversiones (ICSID). Este grupo es el que rinde el Informe del Banco Mundial anualmente. (The World Bank, 2015)

El Informe del Banco Mundial como tal tiene tres principios de decisiones humanas a considerar cuando se prepara este informe que son: el pensamiento automático, pensamiento social y pensamiento basado en modelos mentales. Estos principios se fundan en investigaciones…...

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