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1. Introduction Dean Baker, Gerald Epstein and Robert Pollin 2. The revival of the liberal creed: the IMF, the World Bank and inequality in a globalized economy Ute Pieper and Lance Taylor 3. India: dirigisme, structural adjustment and the radical alternative Prabat Patnaik and C. P. Chandrasekhar 4. Globalisation, transnational corporations, and economic development: can the developing countries pursue strategic industrial policy in a globalising world economy Ha-Joon Chang 5. Multinational corporations in the neo-liberal regime James Crotty, Gerald Epstein and Patricia Kelly 6. Implications of globalization for macroeconomic theory and policy in developing countries Amit Bhaduri 7. Asia and the crisis of financial globalization David Felix 8. Globalization and financial systems: policies for the new environment Marc Schaberg 9. Housing finance in the age of globalization: from social housing to life cycle risk Gary Dymski and Dorene Isenberg 10. Openness and equity: regulating labor market outcomes in a globalized economy Jim Stanford 11. Integration and income distribution under the North American Free Trade Agreement: the experience of Mexico Mehere Larudee 12. Malthus redux? Globalization and the environment Eban Goodstein 13. Freedom to move in the age of globalization Bob Sutcliffe 14. Immigration, inequality and policy alternatives Greg DeFreitas 15. Notes on international migration suggested by the Indian experience Prabat Patnaik and C. P. Chandrasekhar 16. The NAIRU: is it a real constraint Dean Baker 17. Internal and external constraints on egalitarian policies Andrew Glyn 18. The effects of globalization on policy formation in South Africa Laurence Harris and Jonathan Michie 19. Can domestic expansionary policies succeed in a globally integrated environment? A consideration of alternatives Robert Pollin.