Globalisation , Poverty and Income Distribution : Does the Liberal Argument Hold ?

@inproceedings{Wade2002GlobalisationP,
  title={Globalisation , Poverty and Income Distribution : Does the Liberal Argument Hold ?},
  author={Robert Hunter Wade},
  year={2002}
}
‘Globalisation’ is a rag-bag, but the ‘anti-globalisation’ movement – a combination of trade union protectionists, passionate environmentalists, Third-World sympathisers, and antinomian activists who substitute ‘globalisation’ for the earlier ‘capitalism’ and ‘multinational corporations’ – is proving to be a force not lightly dismissed. Organisations like the World Bank, the UK’s Department for International Development, The Economist, and the Financial Times, have mounted a vigorous defense… CONTINUE READING

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