Jay R. Mandle
This book represents a new viewpoint of economic globalization. Until now, the debate has been polarized between those attacking globalization (such as the demonstrators at the WTO meetings), and its defenders (mostly in the U.S. business community). Jay Mandle argues that opponents fail to understand that broadly-based benefits for the poor are latent in the economic globalization process. Simultaneously, defenders have insufficiently acknowledged that it creates innocent victims who should be the object of ameliorative policies. Mandle describes effective policies to be adopted at the national and international levels to make globalization fair.
2. Economic globalization and the development of poor nations
3. The sources of opposition
4. Alternatives to globalization
5. The anti-globalization movement and the mulitlateral agreement on investment
6. Regulating international financial markets
7. The student anti-sweatshop movement
8. Saving globalization.
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