In Defense of Globalization was written by Jagdesh Bhagwati, an acclaimed international trade economist and cue spooky music Council On Foreign Relations Fellow. The inside cover even claims that this is a" Council On Foreign Relations" book. It's no surprise that I picked it up, then. In Defense of Globalization. With a New Afterword. Jagdish Bhagwati.
Publication Date September 2007. ISBN:. 344 pages Paperback 618 x 914 inches In Stock. Retail Price to Students: 16. 95. A Best Book of 2004 by Barron's and Businessweek. One of the foremost economic thinkers of our day argues that Jagdish Bhagwatis ambitious new book, In Defense of Globalization, fills many of those holes in the proglobalization argument. Bhagwati, a Columbia University economics professor and author of this Lecture reflects the views developed in my book In Defense of Globalization, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2004; Italian ed.
Elogio alla globalizzazione, RomaBari, Laterza, 2005. In part III, Jagdish Bhagwati evaluates the other sides of the economic globalization such as shortterm capital flows and the movements of people across borders. In Part IV, he recommends change in the design of institutional both domestic and international which will enhance the quality of economic globalization. Thus, the thesis of Bhagwatis (2004) book, In Defense of Globalization that, in fact, globalization helps the poorest people of the world must be agreed with.
After all, foreign direct investments are an extraordinary boost for In Defense of Globalization is an important contribution to an often incoherent debate. As we expect of Mr. Bhagwati, it is cogently argued and well written. It sets out a persuasive case in favour of globalisation. Case Study on In Defense of Globalization In Defense of Globalization Globalization is a topic that has formed the basis of many debates because of its endless controversy about its effect on development issues.