Globalization’s Old ‘Race To The Bottom’ Finds Unlikely Winners

Remember in the 1990s when activists were protesting the World Bank and International Monetary Fund as the architects of globalization? They were evil. The world was going to hell in a hand basket. Globalization was a race to the bottom, where the Chinese were getting all the jobs and the middle class American was moving into trailer homes.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2014/08/19/globalizations-old-race-to-the-bottom-finds-unlikely-winners/

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About Monica Riviere

Monica is PhD candidate and lecturer at Skema Business School. Since 2010 she has been teaching International Business and related disciplines for the Bachelors, MSc and FC Programs at Skema Business School. Monica holds an MBA degree from Eastern Illinois University and a Master in Research from Skema Business School.

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