Globalization and Poverty

Globalization and Poverty

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning

Globalization provokes both excitement and fear. This comprehensive research review addresses a core issue of contention: the implications of globalization for poverty and inequality. While the debate is highly politicized, this assessment focuses on the contributions made by academic economists.

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Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning

Subjects: economics and finance, development economics, development studies, development economics

Globalization provokes both excitement and fear. This comprehensive research review addresses a core issue of contention: the implications of globalization for poverty and inequality. While the debate is highly politicized, this assessment focuses on the contributions made by academic economists.

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