On globalization (2018)
Abstract Globalization is the main and most remarkable phenomenon of the world economy´s post-Cold War period. According to F. Mégret (2009), it can be described as the name that has been given to the multi-faceted process of expansion of human activities to the entire globe. This short essay is an attempt to synthesize some thoughts and the results of a series of lines of research about the topic in order to shed some light on its conflicts, nuances and problems. For example, the published evidence shows that globalization increases within-country inequality but reduces inter-country inequality. Is this a justification to the need of the “eclipse” of the State or, to the contrary, of the revitalization of the need of the “centrality” of the State to make up for its adverse effects?
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