publication . Preprint . 2004

The social dimension of globalization : a review of the literature

Gunter, Bernhard G;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2004
Reviews the key economic characteristics of the globalization process and examines its impact on employment, poverty, inequality, global insecurity, child labour, gender issues and migration. Explores national and international policy responses, highlighting the importance of trade negotiations and the financial architecture.
free text keywords: globalization, social implication, employment, poverty, income distribution, state intervention, developed countries, developing countries, literature survey, trade, foreign investment, mondialisation, conséquences sociales, emploi, pauvreté, répartition du revenu, intervention de l'Etat, pays développés, pays en développement, revue de littérature, commerce international, investissement étranger, globalización, consecuencias sociales, empleo, pobreza, distribución del ingreso, intervención estatal, países desarrollados, países en desarrollo, artículo bibliográfico, comercio internacional, inversiones extranjeras

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Buira, Ariel (2003), 'The governance of the IMF in a global economy,' in Ariel Buira (ed.) Challenges to the World Bank and IMF: developing country perspectives, pp. 13-36.

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