Open World The Truth about Globalization

ISBN-10: 1566635470

ISBN-13: 9781566635479

Edition: 2004

Authors: Philippe Legrain

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The former Economist correspondent argues that globalization is neither a label for Americanization nor an excuse for worldwide corporate domination, nor does it eliminate local cultures or make governments irrelevant. Mr. Legrain's balanced evaluation analyzes the major forces in the economic equation and makes a clear case that we are free to choose our future and to shape globalization for the benefit of all. At last a good book on globalization...lucid and persuasive. --Financial Times
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Book details

List price: $27.50
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee Publisher
Publication date: 12/16/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.320
Language: English

He studied econonmics & international politics at LSE and until recently he was special adviser to the D.G. of the WTO. He has also been trade & economics correspondent for THE ECONOMIST & written for the FT, Guardian, New Statesman, Prospect, Foreign Policy & Ecologist

Foreword
Introduction: Free to Choose: What kind of globalisation do we want?
Worried Workers: Why globalisation is actually the least of their worries
The Poor Profit: Globalisation is the only route out of poverty
A Brief History of Globalisation: How our open world emerged
Brand New World?: Why brands are not all-conquering beasts
Giants with Clay Feet: Why companies don't run the world
The Phantom Menace: Why government is not under threat
Global Government: How the world should (and shouldn't) be run
Food for Thought: Why farm trade should be freed
Endangered Earth?: How globalisation can be green
Patently Wrong: How global patent laws harm the poor and the sick
Financial Failings: Why global money should be caged
Culture Clash: Individual freedom, not Coke, rules OK
A Different World: We can build a better globalisation
Notes
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