" Globalization and Its Disconnects "

  title={" Globalization and Its Disconnects "},
  author={S. Teitel},
Globalization, defined in economic terms as the phenomenon of increased integration of the world economy, generates strong reactions due to some negative effects of the growth of international trade, the internationalization of industrial production, and unrestricted cross-border capital flows, while the overall mobility of labor remains quite limited. Evidence on the growth of international trade and factor mobility is reviewed and analyzed, and problems affecting developed and developing… CONTINUE READING


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