Six faces of globalization who wins, who loses, and why it mattersMaterial type: TextPublication details: London Harvard University Press 2021Description: 391pISBN: 9780674245952Subject(s): Globalization | Anti-globalization movementDDC classification: 303.482
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Why narratives matter -- The establishment narrative -- The left-wing populist narrative -- The right-wing populist narrative -- The corporate power narrative -- The geoeconomic narrative -- The global threats narrative -- Switching narratives -- Overlaps among narratives -- Trade-offs among narratives -- Blind spots and biases -- Kaleidoscopic complexity -- Potential alliances.
"Does globalization help everyone or just the rich? Is it the enemy of sustainability or the only hope against climate change? Rival camps are dug in, but Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp find points of agreement. Isolating the value conflicts that drive the globalization debate, they show where consensus lies and argue for achievable policy change"--