Ethical Markets 2: International Financial Reform 1.0 (5-part series - Enhanced DVD)
In an era of globalization, the demand for adequate and universal rules to foreign direct investment (FDI) practices reflects growing concerns about corruption. In Ethical Markets 2: International Financial Reform 1.0, an examination of the relationship between the World Bank and microeconomic program recipient countries, looks at the transformation of institutional and regulatory reforms. Critics in the lending sector point to the destabilizing force of international funds gone awry.
Risks such as environmental and social harms are explored by film hosted, economist, Hazel Henderson. Austerity measures are necessary to control for risks associated with international funds. According to the film, development aid activities should be held to a similar standard of socially responsibly firms. Investors can create new sustainable FDI models.
Ethical Markets 2: International Financial Reform 1.0