Annotated Bibliography: Economic Globalization


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Annotated Bibliography: Economic Globalization
The following academic works suggest that there are many discrepancies in the way that global leaders and banks view economic development in the context of globalization. Many of the articles show that there are intense contradictions in the way that globalization is approached. This annotated bibliography explores these viewpoints in order to assess the current standard of research and the challenges that governments, businesses and individuals face when dealing with issues related to globalization and economic development.
Armendáriz de Aghion, B. and Morduch, J. The Economics of
Microfinance. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005.
Armendáriz de Aghion and Morduch report that many proponents of...
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.....ofinance. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005.
Askari, H. “Global Financial Governance: Whose
Ownership?” Business Economics 39.2 (2004): 57-72.
Bhagwati, J. In Defense of Globalization. New York: Oxford
University Press, 2004.
Collier, P. The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries are
Failing and What Can Be Done. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Easterly, W. The White Man’s Burden. New York: Penguin, 2006.
Ewelukwa, U. “Centuries of Globalization; Centuries of
Exclusion: African Women, Human Rights, and the “New” International Trade Regime.” Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 20 (2005): 75-149.
Gibson, N. C. “Africa and Globalization: Marginalization and
Resistance.” Journal of Asian and African Studies 39.1/2 (2004): 1-82.