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Globalizing Good Government April 13, 2006

Posted by tkcollier in Economy & Business, philosophy & politics.
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Globalizing Good Government – New York Times
Globalization's critics argue that a more open world economy sets off a race to the bottom by encouraging countries to jettison protections for consumers, workers and the environment. In reality, the opposite is true. If our data demonstrate anything, it is that globalization prompts a race to the top by pushing countries to abandon policies that burden their economies in favor of those that fuel growth and economic opportunity

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