Should We Be Globaphobic About Globalisation?: Dani Rodrik on the economic and political implications of increasing international economic integration

An interview with introduction by Brian Snowdon

Published: December 2002

Dani Rodrik is best known for his work on international economics, trade policy, the institutional foundations of economic development, and the political economy of economic policy reform. Much of his recent research has been concerned with the limits and consequences of international economic integration (globalisation). In this interview, Professor Rodrik gives his views on several important contemporary issues relating to the international economy.

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