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URL :  Making Globalization More Inclusive
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Author : Marc Bacchetta - Emmanuel Milet - José-Antonio Monteiro
Detail : 2019 | PDF | 4.2 Mb | 230 pages

eBook License: Public Access from https://www.wto.org/

Over the last 50 years, the remarkable opening and integration of the world economy, in combination with the rapid pace of technological change, has contributed to raise the living standards of billions of people around the world, including some of the poorest. But this process of globalization has necessarily been accompanied by economic change, churn and displacement as labour, together with other factors of production shifted from declining industries to expanding ones.

Indeed, trade and technological progress are important drivers of economic advances, but they are also major drivers of change, as economic advances do not come without change. Economic theory has long recognized that in each count here are both winners and losers from trade as a result of the reallocation of economic activity, but it also emphasizes that each country can ultimately derive overall gains from international trade. For the gains to materialize at the country level, however, factors of production, including labour and capital, need to be mobile within a country. (From Author)

eBook Contents

Introduction - Literature Review - Globalization, Flexicurity and Adult Vocational Training in Denmark - Enforcement of Labour Regulation and the Labour Market Effects of Trade: Evidence from Brazil - German Employment Legislation and its Impact on the Trade and Labour Market Nexus - The Republic of Korea’s Trade Adjustment Policies and their Effects on Labour Market Adjustment - Higher Education Response to India’s IT Boom: Did State Governments Play a Role? - Labour Market Policy Responses Amid Globalization: The Case of South Africa - The Policy to Mitigate the Effects of the 2008 Global Crisis on Textile, Clothing, Leather and Footwear Jobs in Morocco
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