In recent years, globalization has been the subject of
considerable research and comment. A major phenomenon, it is open
to a variety of interpretations. In particular, the debate over
trade liberalization, growth and inequality has come under close
scrutiny as demonstrations against globalization have gathered
This volume provides a much needed comparative study of the link
between globalization, growth and inequality. It assesses how
globalization affects growth, inequality and poverty in developing
and transition countries. Paying particular attention to eleven low
and middle income countries, the authors argue that globalization
can actually help reduce poverty and inequity when institutions and
physical infrastructures are efficient. Divided into four parts,
the book documents the lessons drawn from case studies on Africa,
Latin America and Central Asia.
A fascinating book which sheds light on many globalization
issues, Trade, Growth and Inequality in the Era of Globalization
will be of interest to students and researchers of development
economics, globalization and international trade.
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