Globalization and International Development: Critical Issues of the 21st Century
- Sisay Asefa(Western Michigan University)
These papers address globalization issues with a special emphasis on its impact on poverty. In general, the contributors recommend expanding the flows between countries to accelerate growth and reduce inequalities. These flows include international trade and capital, migration, remittances, and foreign aid. But in addition to these hard commodities and dollars, there are flows of ideas, knowledge, and technical assistance which require enforcement of appropriate intellectual property rights.
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