Globalization and the anti-globalization lobby: A deficit of thoughtfulness and clairvoyance
As the current wave of globalization strengthened, so did the fury of the anti-globalization lobby against it. The author believes that the members of this lobby failed to take a thoughtful and balanced perspective of the on-going integration of the global economy. Indubitably, globalization has its winners and losers. The author establishes that if the members of this group take a good look at the two sides of the coin in an objective and unprejudiced manner, they are sure to see the folly of their ways. Evidence is available to show that on balance, globalization has had enormous beneficial effect and has improved the plight of the poor in the global economy.
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Volume (Year): 33 (2004)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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