Globalization has its adherents but also its malcontents, and how to address the dissatisfactions of the latter group has become a disruptive issue. In this thought-provoking analysis for policy experts and business leaders, professor Nicolas Lamp synthesizes the current thinking about globalization into three perspectives. He concludes that the diverse views encompass fundamentally different value systems. While he offers policy designs consistent with each, he recommends an approach that would recast international agreements to most fairly distribute the gains from trade.
About the Author
Nicolas Lamp is an assistant professor at Queens University.