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This essay is about the new international trade that emerged in the 1990s buoyed by new technology including the Internet and international money transfers. The World Bank propagated the new economy as a viable means of bridging the gap between the poor and rich .
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Critique Of Stiglitz Ideologies 2
Preview of the essay: International Trade
Joseph E.Stiglitz (2004) (465–484) terms the emergence of modern global trade as the New Economy. This refers to the new international trade that emerged in the 1990s buoyed by new technology including the Internet and international money transfers. The World Bank propagated the new economy as a viable means of ...
... main weakness of Stiglitz’s argument is that it fails to compare the countries that have adopted globalization with those that have actively resisted it such as Cuba and Libya. This narrows out any comparative analysis of globalization. It is true that these countries are faring on despite their active resistance.
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The expansion of global economy could no longer be girdled; it continues to grow as time goes by. Your essay presents a clear case of it.