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Globalization and the Transition to Egalitarian Development (Draft)

Political Economy Research Institute | September 1, 2002

Robert Pollin

Abstract: I wish to explore what I take to be the basic Griffin question— how can we advance a transition to egalitarian development within the context of globalization? Considering this question in its full scope entails, by definition, examining the global economy as a whole. Obviously, one cannot hope to touch on even a small fraction of the significant issues flowing from this topic within a single essay, and I do not pretend to try. In fact, while the scope of this essay is wide, my ambition remains relatively modest—to generate some usable perspectives, leading to concrete policy ideas, that might be more difficult to perceive through approaches that are more narrowly focused.

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