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" But even when not guilty of hypocrisy, the West has driven the globalization agenda, ensuring that it garners a disproportionate share of the benefits, at the expense of the developing world. "
Globalization and Its Discontents - Página 11
de Joseph E. Stiglitz - 2003 - 304 páginas
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One World Or Many?: The Impact of Globalisation on Mission

Richard Tiplady - 2003 - 276 páginas
...exporting their agricultural products and so depriving them of desperately needed export income.... But even when not guilty of hypocrisy, the West has...benefits, at the expense of the developing world. The Western missions movement also shares in the West's power of projection. Western mission agencies...
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Network Logic: Who Governs in an Interconnected World?

Helen McCarthy, Paul Miller, Paul Skidmore - 2004 - 227 páginas
...exporting their agricultural products and so depriving them of desperately needed export income. . . The West has driven the globalization agenda, ensuring...of the benefits, at the expense of the developing world.6 As Bouchaud's and Mezard's model illustrates, free trade could be a good thing for everyone,...
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Globalization and Equity: Perspective from the Developing World

Natalia E. Dinello, Lyn Squire - 2005 - 253 páginas
...involved have been aptly summarized by Joseph Stiglitz, former principal economist for the World Bank: But even when not guilty of hypocrisy, the West has...keeping their quotas on a multitude of goods from textile to sugar - while insisting that those countries open up their markets to the goods of wealthier...
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Global Lockdown: Race, Gender, and the Prison-industrial Complex

Julia Sudbury, Julia Chinyere Oparah - 2005 - 323 páginas
...with the United States as "one of the prime culprits" where, through globalization, the West ensures "that it garners a disproportionate share of the benefits at the expense of the developing world,"51 and through which the new antitrafficking crusade is reproduced. Whether prostitution is...
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