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Global Economic Integration and Inequality

Siddhartha Sarkar (Editor)
Synopsis While the globalization process is a multifarious and multidimensional phenomenon, some of its most discernible and prominent aspects are economic in character. The world economy has become more unequal and integrated globally. That inequality is characterized by widening economic gaps between nations, but not necessarily within nations. This leads some economists to suggest a relationship between global economic integration and economic inequality. Increasing globalisation has probably mitigated the effects of inequality between nations that participate in global markets. The nations that gained the most from globalization are those poor countries that changed their policies to exploit it, while the ones that gained the least did not, or were too secluded to effectively revise economic and political policy.
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About the author

Siddhartha Sarkar

Dr. Siddhartha Sarkar (b. 1973), Ph.D (Economics) is currently serving the Department of Commerce, Dinhata College, Dinhata, Cooch Behar, West Bengal. He has published several research papers in peer reviewed International and Indian Journals and a number of books. Dr. Sarkar has undertaken a UGC funded project as postdoctoral work. His areas of specialization include Gender, Environment and Sustainable Development. Besides, he is actively associated with various International NGOs working for gender and environment. He is the Chief Editor in International Journal. He is the Chief Editor in International Journal of Women Social Justice and Human rights and Guest Editor in International Journal of Human Ecology with distinguished editorial advisor in various International refereed Journals. He has been opted for visiting scholar status in several European Universities and Research Institutes like, University of Amsterdam, University of Groningen, University of Wageningen, University of Twente, Tinbergen Institute and Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands.

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Title Global Economic Integration and Inequality
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.11.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788183871303
length viii+460p., Tables; Figures; References; 25cm.