The Globalization Gap: How the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Left Further Behind

The Globalization Gap: How the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Left Further Behind

Robert A. Isaak


Globalization is inevitable and inexorable -- yet it is also magnifying the chasmbetween wealthy and terrible. At domestic and overseas, new extremes of wealth anddeprivation are more and more threatening the steadiness of the total worldwide system.The Globalization hole finds how globalization is spreading poverty, disease,and the disintegration of conventional cultures. a couple of "winners" are utilizing theirwealth to buffer themselves opposed to those radical alterations, writes Dr.Robert Isaak. yet, in such a lot areas, the hot wealth generated by way of globalization isnot trickling down. the outcome? extra distress -- and political upheavals that willendanger us all. It does not must be this manner, says Isaak: we will achieve thepromised advantages of globalization -- with no the withering unfairness. Isaakpresents a practical blueprint for sharing chance and developing sustainableinnovation all over, not only among the rich. Isaak indicates how a newglobalization can provide the bad a robust stake, either the following and out of the country. In sodoing, he's taking at the most important problem of the twenty first century: makingglobalization paintings for everybody. Isaak's rules can lead in the direction of a extra stable,peaceful global, during which we will all construct our futures -- wealthy and terrible alike.

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