Economic globalization has become a formidable cause of inequality among and within states, and the concern for global competitiveness limits the aptitude of states and other actors to address this problem.
Reprinted by permission of Foreign Affairs, (July/August 2002). Copyright © 2002 by the Council on Foreign Relations, Inc.
|--STANLEY HOFFMANN, Clash of Globalizations (2002)|
How the Anglo-Saxon model of free market capitalism came to dominate the rules of globalization and why its efficiency can work to increase unemployment and concentrate the benefits of growth.
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