Globalization and international development: Critical issues of the 21st century

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Globalization and International Development: Critical Issues of the 21st Century, Page: 1-127

Publication Year:
2010
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http://research.upjohn.org/up_press/203; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/754; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/755; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/756; https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/books/280; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/753; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/758; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/757; https://research.upjohn.org/up_bookchapters/752
DOI:
10.17848/9781441678829.ch6; 10.17848/9781441678829; 10.17848/9781441678829.ch5; 10.17848/9781441678829.ch1; 10.17848/9781441678829.ch3; 10.17848/9781441678829.ch7; 10.17848/9781441678829.ch4; 10.17848/9781441678829.ch2
ISBN:
9780880993661; 9781441678829; 9780880993678
OCLC:
671655005; 760904435; 833088632
Author(s):
Goldin, Ian; Reinert, Kenneth A.
Publisher(s):
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Tags:
Economics, Econometrics and Finance; Globalization; economic development; international trade; international finance; economic assistance; poverty; international migration; migration; remittances; inequality; income inequality; global markets. poverty; foreign aid; economic growth; financial flows; global finance; intellectual property rights; international knowledge flows; patent law; Economics; Growth and Development; International Economics; Social and Behavioral Sciences; INTERNATIONAL ISSUES; Globalization; LABOR MARKET ISSUES; Wages, health insurance and other benefits; Inequality; INTERNATIONAL ISSUES; Globalization
book description
This book presents a group of notable scholars who examine the relationship between globalization and poverty from a number of diverse perspectives. They find common ground in that each see benefits from facilitating and expanding flows of international trade and capital, migration, remittances, and foreign aid. © 2010 W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.