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  • It makes a major contribution because it profoundly destabilizes the scholarship on globalization, the so-called new economy, information technology, distinct contemporary business cultures and practices '- Saskia Sassen, author of Globalization and its Discontents

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  • Globalization is certainly one, in the form of increased flows of people, goods and capital across borders.

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  • Globalization is certainly one, in the form of increased flows of people, goods and capital across borders.

    The costs of rising economic inequality

  • I remember reading somewhere that “Globalization is to global warming what warm water in the Gulf of Mexico waters was to Hurricane Katrina.”

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  • I remember reading somewhere that “Globalization is to global warming what warm water in the Gulf of Mexico waters was to Hurricane Katrina.”

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