Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics download epub
by Ngaire Woods
Where they do offer proposals, the ideas are carefully reasoned, modest, and practical. Many chapters' concepts overlap, emphasizing the interconnections among these issues.
The consequences for world politics are profound.
Home Browse Books Book details, Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics. By Andrew Hurrell, Ngaire Woods. Inequality is becoming an urgent issue of world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics. Globalization is not only exacerbating the gap between rich and poor in the world but is also further dividing those states and peoples that have political power and influence from those without.
Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics. The book explores a number of issues within the vast field of globalization. The chapters do this from the point of view of the process' political economy, but also from a theoretical point of view
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Globalization and Inequality. Michael Kremer Harvard University. and Brookings Institution. Time series studies finding that wage inequality increases after globalization in developing countries include work on Argentina (Robbins, Gonzales, and Menendez, 1995), Chile (Robbins, 1995a), Colombia (Robbins, 1996a), Costa Rica (Robbins and Gindling, 1997) and Uruguay (Robbins, 1995b, 1996b). 1 Wood (1997) surveys the literature and concludes that increased openness is associated with. reduced wage inequality in the Asian Tiger economies in the 1970s and 1980s but with increased inequality in Latin America in the 1990s.
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The book shows how investment patterns are being transformed, a global civil society is emerging, and governments are losing control of national currencies. Format Hardback 230 pages. The Political Economy of Globalization; .
Ngaire Woods’ books include: The Politics of Global Regulation (with .
Ngaire Woods’ books include: The Politics of Global Regulation (with Walter Mattli, Oxford University Press, 2009), Networks of Influence? .