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What Do We Know About Globalization?

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384 pages
What Do We Know About Globalization: Issues of Poverty & Income Distribution examines the two fundamental arguments that are often raised against globalization: that it produces inequality and that it increases poverty.

  • A lively and accessible argument about the impact and consequences of globalization from a leading figure in economics - Dehesa is Chairman of the Centre for Economic Policy Research and a member of the Group of Thirty
  • Demonstrates the ways in which wealthy nations and developing countries alike have failed to implement changes that would result in a reversal of these social ills
  • Dispels the notion of the so-called 'victim of globalization', demonstrating how, despite popular belief, acceleration of globalization actually stands to reduce the levels of poverty and inequality worldwide
  • Asks whether increased technological, economic, and cultural change can save us from international income inequality, and by extension, further violence, terrorism and war
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Preface
Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII Chapter VIII
Contents
Latin and Indo-European
The Languages of Italy
The Background to Standardization
‘Old’ Latin and its Varieties in the PeriodcBC.400 –150
The Road to Standardization: Roman Latin of the Third and Second Centuries BC
Elite Latin in the Late Republic and Early Empire
Sub-Elite Latin in the Empire
Latin in Late Antiquity and Beyond
Glossary Appendix: The International Phonetic Alphabet Bibliography of Reference and Other Works Index
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