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Author: Dilip K. Das
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (September 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Subcategory: International
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This book analyzes the growth of key Asian economies in the latter half of the twentieth century, followed a little later by China

In this comprehensive and authoritative book, Dilip K. Das fills a gap in the literature by examining both aspects of the contemporary phase of economic globalization. This book analyzes the growth of key Asian economies in the latter half of the twentieth century, followed a little later by China.

Like the ancient Roman god Janus, globalization has two faces, one benign and the other malign. Dilip K. Das, Professor, SolBridge International School of Business, South Korea. In this comprehensive and authoritative book.

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Like the ancient Roman god Janus, globalization has two faces, one benign and the other malign. Because globalization has had both welfare-enhancing, propitious consequences as well as detrimental ones, it has become an acutely contentious subject matter among both scholarly and public policy-making communities. Contemporary globalization cannot be studied without a balanced treatment of both facets.

Like the ancient Roman god Janus, globalization has two faces, one benign and the other malign

Like the ancient Roman god Janus, globalization has two faces, one benign and the other malign. Paul Krugman, 2007a Since 2001 the pay of the typical worker in the United States has been stuck, with real wages growing less than half as fast as productivity. By contrast, the executive types gathering for the World Economic Forum in Davos enjoyed a Beckhamesque bonanza. The Economist, 2007b 1. GLOBALIZATION: A PERNICIOUS, MARGINALIZING AND MALEVOLENT FORCE?

Like the ancient Roman god Janus, globalization has two faces, one benign and the other malign. Edward Elgar Publishing. Dilip K Das. ISBN-13.

Two faces of globalization. munificent and malevolent.

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Two Faces of Globalization: Munificent and Malevolent. Coauthors & Alternates. by Dilip K Das. ISBN 9781848445253 (978-1-84844-525-3) Hardcover, Edward Elgar Pub, 2009.

Like the ancient Roman god Janus, globalization has two faces, one benign and the other malign. In this comprehensive and authoritative book, Dilip K. Das fills a gap in the literature by examining both aspects of the contemporary phase of economic globalization.

Because globalization has had both welfare-enhancing, propitious consequences as well as detrimental ones, it has become an acutely contentious subject matter among both scholarly and public policy-making communities. Contemporary globalization cannot be studied without a balanced treatment of both facets. The author provides precisely that, covering large thematic areas of the global economy and globalization through the channels of trade, financial flows, attention to newly emerging trends as well as historical perspective.

Neither overly technical nor highly model-oriented, this accessible book will be of great interest to scholars, students and other readers interested in a broad and balanced view of globalization.