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This book should be read by anyone interested in the impacts of globalization.
And finally, after reading this book, you will learn how the IMF, World Bank, and others work to indoctrinate developing countries into the world economy.
Stiglitz seems determined to make his point, and he won't let facts or logic get in his way.
I bought this book as a used item from Book Squared. I have bought used books already from various sellers but this is by far the worst I have received. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shilohna
As a former citizen of the USSR, I am very thankful for Joseph Stiglitz for this book. He explains what millions of former Soviet people feel but cannot express: the logic of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alisa Puchkova
Still a great book after all these years especially for the sections on Russia and the IMF. .Published 6 months ago by Carroll D. James
This makes one understand better the issue of Globalisation.Published 7 months ago by Olayinka Oyegbile Mr
Prior to reading this book, my reading of Joseph Stiglitz was confined to a few "op-ed" pieces. He seemed to make a lot of sense, and so along with Paul Krugman, I felt they were... Read morePublished 8 months ago by John P. Jones III
I read this book when it came out and thought it a good account of the late 90s economic crisis. If your definition of globalization is limited to capital markets, this is an... Read morePublished 10 months ago by tortuga
The author's credentials are impeccable - start with winning the Nobel Prize for Economics, among other things - and you can rely on the information and message in this book to be... Read morePublished 11 months ago by GMak
EXCELLENT ANALYSIS LIKE ALL THE WORK WRITTEN BY THE AUTHOR, GLOBALIZATION HAS ITS PROBLEMS WHICH HAS TO BE KNOWN. STIGLITZ EXPOSE THEMPublished 14 months ago by pialtieri
I like Stiglitz - he always gets me to thinking! Per Stiglitz, "The [International Monetary Fund's] policies. . . Read morePublished 16 months ago by Alicia Crumpton