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Globalization and its discontents revisited : anti-globalization in the era of Trump /

by Stiglitz, Joseph E [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, NY : W.W. Norton & Company, [2018]Description: lvi, 472 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780393355161; 0393355160.Other title: Globalization and its discontent.Subject(s): International Monetary Fund -- Developing countries | International economic integration | Foreign trade regulation | International finance | Globalization -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries | United States -- Commercial policy | United States -- Politics and government -- 2017-
Contents:
Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Part I. Globalization and the new discontents. The failures of globalization -- The multiple dimensions of globalization -- The new protectionism -- Can globalization be saved? : an agenda for equitable globalization with shared prosperity -- Part II. Globalization and its discontents (2002 edition). The promise of global institutions -- Broken promises -- Freedom to choose? -- The East Asia crisis : how IMF policies brought the world to the verge of a global meltdown -- Who lost Russia? -- Unfair fair trade laws and other mischief -- Better roads to the market -- The IMF's other agenda -- The way ahead -- Afterword to the 2017 edition.
Summary: "In this crucial expansion and update of his landmark bestseller, renowned economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz addresses globalization's new discontents in the United States and Europe. Immediately upon publication, [this book] became a touchstone in the globalization debate by demonstrating how the International Monetary Fund, other major institutions like the World Bank, and global trade agreements have often harmed the developing nations they are supposedly helping. Yet globalization today continues to be mismanaged, and now the harms--exemplified by the rampant inequality to which it has contributed--have come home to roost in the United States and the rest of the developed world as well, reflected in growing political unrest. With a new introduction, major new chapters on the new discontents, the rise of Donald Trump, and the new protectionist movement, as well as a new afterword on the course of globalization since the book first appeared, Stiglitz's powerful and prescient messages remain essential reading."--Amazon.com.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 395-454) and index.

Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Part I. Globalization and the new discontents. The failures of globalization -- The multiple dimensions of globalization -- The new protectionism -- Can globalization be saved? : an agenda for equitable globalization with shared prosperity -- Part II. Globalization and its discontents (2002 edition). The promise of global institutions -- Broken promises -- Freedom to choose? -- The East Asia crisis : how IMF policies brought the world to the verge of a global meltdown -- Who lost Russia? -- Unfair fair trade laws and other mischief -- Better roads to the market -- The IMF's other agenda -- The way ahead -- Afterword to the 2017 edition.

"In this crucial expansion and update of his landmark bestseller, renowned economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz addresses globalization's new discontents in the United States and Europe. Immediately upon publication, [this book] became a touchstone in the globalization debate by demonstrating how the International Monetary Fund, other major institutions like the World Bank, and global trade agreements have often harmed the developing nations they are supposedly helping. Yet globalization today continues to be mismanaged, and now the harms--exemplified by the rampant inequality to which it has contributed--have come home to roost in the United States and the rest of the developed world as well, reflected in growing political unrest. With a new introduction, major new chapters on the new discontents, the rise of Donald Trump, and the new protectionist movement, as well as a new afterword on the course of globalization since the book first appeared, Stiglitz's powerful and prescient messages remain essential reading."--Amazon.com.


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