Missing the Wood for the Trees

O'Brien, Terry
March 2003
Policy;Autumn2003, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p63
Academic Journal
Comments on an article reviewing two Reserve Bank of Australia/Treasury volumes dealing with globalization, poverty and inequality issues, published in the Summer 2003 issue of 'Policy.' Technical arguments about the size of the decline in poverty; Reasons why liberalization is not an interchangeable concept with globalization.


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