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Trade and Wage Inequality in a World of Incomplete Diversification

In: Globalization and Economic Integration

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  • Christis G. Tombazos

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Given the importance of globalization in today’s world, this salutary and timely book explores how globalization is specifically shaping the Asia-Pacific. It investigates future prospects and challenges, identifies the key winners and losers, and concludes in many cases that the portents for globalization are not particularly promising.

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  • Christis G. Tombazos, 2010. "Trade and Wage Inequality in a World of Incomplete Diversification," Chapters,in: Globalization and Economic Integration, chapter 8 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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