How Will Climate Change Affect Globalization?

John Raymond Dilyard, Lydia Bals, Anatoly Zhuplev, Hinrich Voss

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    Abstract

    Whether it is caused totally by human activity, the Earth’s own natural cycles, or a combination of the two, climate change is a fact. Some changes – melting polar ice, thawing of the tundra, increasing average temperature – already are being felt, and others will manifest themselves in the next few decades. Because
    climate change itself will have a profound effect on where food is grown, what food is grown, and where people live, and because addressing the impact climate change have an effect on the way resources – natural, human, corporate, financial – are accessed and mobilized, it will effect globalization. Businesses, if they want to be sustained, will have to adjust to climate change. This panel will examine two topics within which the relationship between climate change and globalization can be assessed - the sourcing of resources and services when the location of those resources is subject to change and the nature of competition in agriculture-based business, focusing on wine.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business
    EditorsShige Makingo , Tunga Kiyak
    Place of PublicationEast Lansing, MI
    PublisherAcademy of International Business
    Publication date2011
    Pages40
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    EventAIB 2011 Annual Meeting: International Business for Sustainable World Development - Nagoya, Japan
    Duration: 24 Jun 201128 Jun 2011
    Conference number: 53
    http://aib.msu.edu/events/2011/

    Conference

    ConferenceAIB 2011 Annual Meeting
    Number53
    CountryJapan
    CityNagoya
    Period24/06/201128/06/2011
    Internet address
    SeriesAcademy of International Business. Annual Meeting. Proceedings
    Volume53
    ISSN2078-4430

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    Dilyard, J. R., Bals, L., Zhuplev, A., & Voss, H. (2011). How Will Climate Change Affect Globalization? In S. Makingo , & T. Kiyak (Eds.), Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business (pp. 40). East Lansing, MI: Academy of International Business. Academy of International Business. Annual Meeting. Proceedings, Vol.. 53
    Dilyard, John Raymond ; Bals, Lydia ; Zhuplev, Anatoly ; Voss, Hinrich . / How Will Climate Change Affect Globalization?. Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business. editor / Shige Makingo ; Tunga Kiyak. East Lansing, MI : Academy of International Business, 2011. pp. 40 (Academy of International Business. Annual Meeting. Proceedings, Vol. 53).
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    Dilyard, JR, Bals, L, Zhuplev, A & Voss, H 2011, How Will Climate Change Affect Globalization? in S Makingo & T Kiyak (eds), Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business. Academy of International Business, East Lansing, MI, Academy of International Business. Annual Meeting. Proceedings, vol. 53, pp. 40, Nagoya, Japan, 24/06/2011.

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    Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business. ed. / Shige Makingo ; Tunga Kiyak. East Lansing, MI : Academy of International Business, 2011. p. 40 (Academy of International Business. Annual Meeting. Proceedings, Vol. 53).

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    Dilyard JR, Bals L, Zhuplev A, Voss H. How Will Climate Change Affect Globalization? In Makingo S, Kiyak T, editors, Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business. East Lansing, MI: Academy of International Business. 2011. p. 40. (Academy of International Business. Annual Meeting. Proceedings, Vol. 53).