Dibattito sulla globalizzazione. Un commento
[Debate on globalization. A comment]
AbstractGlobalization means the affirmation of a single market at the global level. More generally, the word globalization is usually used to indicate a unified world that tends to homogenize products and consumption patterns. In addition to the undoubtedly positive effects that the processes of globalization have on the overall well-being and the possibilities of consumption in all countries, a lively debate has developed among economists, but also among philosophers, sociologists and other scholars about the negative effects of globalization, particularly in terms of poverty and inequality. This paper mainly aims to analyze, consider and comment on the proposals contained in the book edited by Giancarlo Mazzocchi and Andrea Villani entitled Debate on globalization (2002).
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Globalizzazione; Integrazione Economica; Finanza Internazionale; Stato Sociale; Povertà; Diversità Culturale;
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