Wednesday, February 08, 2017
My BOOK's PRESS RELEASE WORLDWIDE
New book paints globalization as more than trade, economics
Dr. Olga Magdalena Lazin discusses various aspects, effects of ‘Decentralized Globalization’
LOS ANGELES – After the fall of the Berlin Wall in Europe, Dr. Olga Magdalena Lazin was enchanted by the complexities of the globalization process and wanted to overcome ridiculous myth and propaganda that distract people from understanding the multifaceted aspects of globalism and regionalism. She writes “Decentralized Globalization” (published by AuthorHouse), a far cry from other globalization literature in that it concentrates on the significant role that civil society and civil government play in globalization.
“Decentralized Globalization” provides a fresh, multi-dimensional viewpoint on globalization. In this it is unlike other globalization literature, which tends to be written either in favor or against globalization, or highlight cross-border issues such as economic dislocation, the spread of pandemic disease, cultural assimilation, rapid decrease in transportation times, immigration, or the growth of drug-trafficking and crime cartels.
Lazin acknowledges that readers have become more knowledgeable and can now shake off the narrow views on globalization by better studying the statistical data enclosed and the facts. Her book then aids them in further understanding by explaining the anti-globalization movement. It is based on the premise that globalization is more than trade and economics.
“Decentralized Globalization” cites analysis and data proving the effectiveness of all Free Trade Agreements, especially within NAFTA. It has done a world of good. California is perfectly intertwined with the Mexican economy; the balance struck being a perfect model for the rest of the World. The race for Free Trade agreements and elimination of tariff has started long time ago with the creation of the EU, and it works.
Civic society keeps the government honest and clamours to take into account the non-governmental interest groups. E.g. to reform Constitutions. Too many countries will need to change their judicial systems, from “guilty until proven innocent to " innocent until proven guilty".
By Dr. Olga Magdalena Lazin
Softcover | 8.25 x 11in | 462 pages | ISBN 9781524649241
E-Book | 462 pages | ISBN 9781524649234
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the AuthorDr. Olga Magdalena Lazin is a UCLA graduate in history. She is a published author and history lecturer at UCLA. You can access and download her books at http://www.olgalazin.com. She has been teaching history at UCLA, Cal State University–Dominguez Hills, and Cal State University–Long Beach, as well as University of Guadalajara (UDG) and University of Quintana Roo in Mexico for over 26 years. Her specialty is history of food, globalization of technology, the American Constitution and Internet history. As a hobby, she is practicing permaculture. Her radio show is accessible 24 hours a day at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dr_olga_lazin