Does globalisation with its `level playing field' mean a return to a flat earth?

James, David
November 1998
BRW;11/02/98, Vol. 20 Issue 42, p74
Trade Publication
Compares globalization with colonial imperialism and discusses the misalignments between production and consumption occurring in the late 1990s. Asian financial crisis seen as a consequence of a build-up of economic and financial imbalances; Over-production in Asia; Misalignment of social epochs between industrializing countries, former communist countries and the post-industrial countries of the West.


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