Globalization & Europe: Prospering in the New Whirled Order

Globalization has dramatically changed how the world economy functions. Daniel Hamilton & Joseph Quinlan analyze who is winning and who is losing in this new model as well as the impact on areas such as job growth, GDP growth, investment, and trade. Globalization effects governments, companies, consumer behavior, and public policy. Hamilton and Quinlan lay out, in an ambitious study, the pains and gains of the changing economic model across a myriad of domains.

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