Economic Effects of Globalization
Ashgate, 1998 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
This volume encompasses the political and social effects of globalization as well as theoretical and statistical analysis. It attempts to evaluate the claims that globalization leads to growth and to convergence in the international distribution of income.
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Globalization of Economic Activities and Its Effects
Globalization and International Monetary and Capital Markets
Globalization and International Convergence in Incomes
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