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Unformatted text preview: 11/28- All Profs. Last Class- Boyer o Three eras 1850-1914- wave of globalization, convergence 1914-1973- interwar periods, deglobalization, divergence 1945-1973- Golden age, globalization o Final Issues Labor: how is it affected? Capitcal- capital flows; where from? how? Gold standard? Nation states- how does each country benefit? o Mercantilism- zero sum gain is tha the way globalization is? Zero sum- half gain/half lose Optimistic economist- trade is good fore veryone, win-win situation Disruptive- winners are few, very disruptive, large losers o Even if ture, it is clear the some people and countries have lost emense amounts. If total gains are great than total loses, is there a mechanisms so that some of the gains can be trasnfered from the winners to the losers/ Is this fair?- Givan o Types of workers- undocumented included o Annetta berhardte o Highly skilled- health workers o How to regulate migration Shod we have an EU model; Should government regulated Do people need protection...
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2008 for the course ILRIC 2350 taught by Professor Batt,boyer,givan,kur during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.
- Fall '07