Globalization and Inequality: Moral Challenge for Universities
Origins 2004 October 7: 34(17): 276-278
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Zhang, Yichi (Georgetown University, 2012)A long standing debate among academics and policy-makers concerns whether globalization leads to a higher degree of inequality. In this regard, China has attracted particular attention. In contrast to the existing literature ...
MISSING OUT ON THE AMERICAN DREAM: HOW CULTURE AND SPECIAL INTEREST POLITICS PROMOTE POVERTY AND INEQUALITY IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION Moran, Mary Selina (Georgetown University, 2011)Despite its wealth and dynamic market economy, advanced democratic political and civic institutions, and a diverse and vibrant culture, the United States suffers from wide-spread poverty and socio-economic inequalities, ...