Has Globalization Gone Too Far? (Google eBook)

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Peterson Institute
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This book is a bit outdated yet Rodrik still provides an insightful look into how trade liberalization affects different people and governments. While Rodrik accepts mainstream views that trade and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Sources of Tension
4
Now and Then
7
Implications
9
Consequences of Trade for Labor Markets and the Employment Relationship
11
Consequences of Trade with Countries Having Abundant Unskilled Labor
13
Consequences of a More Elastic Demand for Workers
16
Recapitulation
25
Recapitulation
48
Trade and the Demand for Social Insurance
49
Is External Risk Important?
55
CrossCountry Evidence on Openness External Risk and Government Activity
57
Evidence from Panel Data for the OECD Countries
60
Recapitulation
64
Implications
69
Policy Implications
71

Tensions between Trade and Domestic Social Arrangements
29
Trade and Blocked Exchanges
35
The New Trade Issues and Demands for Fair Trade
36
Integration and Social Policy in Europe
38
Maastricht the French Strikes and the Social Dimension
41
Do Differences in National Institutions Have Effects on Trade?
44
Concluding Remarks
85
Appendix A
89
Appendix B
96
References
97
Index
103
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