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100 1  Moak, Ken,|eauthor 
245 10 Developed nations and the economic impact of globalization
       /|cby Ken Moak 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Palgrave Macmillan,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xii, 259 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  1. A Summary Analysis of Globalization's Dynamism -- 2. 
       Globalization: Drivers and Effects -- 3. History of 
       Globalization: European Colonization and Bretton Woods -- 
       4. Bretton Woods International Trade and Financial 
       Organizations -- 5. GATT, Rounds of Negotiations, and the 
       World Trade Organization -- 6. Selected Bilateral and 
       Regional Trade and Investment Agreements -- 7. The Group 
       of Seven (G7) and Group of Twenty (G20) -- 8. The 2008 
       Global Financial Crisis: Effects on the Global Economy -- 
       9. The Washington Consensus versus the Beijing Consensus -
       - 10. BRICS and China Initiated Global Trade Initiatives 
       and Financial Institutions: Alternatives to the US-
       Dominated IMF and WBG and ADB -- 11. The Future of 
       Globalization: Should It be Promoted or Ended? -- 12. A 
       Final Word on Globalization 
520    This book discusses the economic and geopolitical effects 
       of globalization from historical and institutional 
       perspectives. While it has had unintended consequences, 
       such as displacing developed countries' dominance of 
       production markets, the overall benefits of globalization 
       far outweigh the costs. Moak argues that leading developed
       nations should not fear globalization but, instead, make 
       concerted efforts to promote it in order to keep the cost-
       benefit balance weighing in favor of economic enhancement 
       and geopolitical stability. Having incurred huge private 
       and public debts as well as a weak monetary policy posture,
       many developed nations have been unable to recovery from 
       the 2008 financial crisis. Moreover, geopolitical tensions
       are rising due to the power rivalry between the United 
       States, China, and Russia over a host issues, including 
       trade imbalances and geopolitics. This book aims to 
       provide stakeholders with the relevant and necessary 
       information to hold an objective debate on globalization. 
       Ultimately, this book is about globalization-- what it is,
       how it impacts the global economy and polity, and why it 
       is needed now more than any other time in human history 
650  0 Globalization|xEconomic aspects|zDeveloped countries 
650  0 International economic relations 
650 14 Economics 
650 24 International Economics 
650 24 Development Economics 
650 24 Economic Policy 
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