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Table of Contents Preface Part I: Coping with Anti-Globalization Chapter 1: Anti-Globalization: Why? Chapter 2: Globalization: Socially, not just Economically, Benign Chapter 3: Globalization is Good but not Good Enough Chapter 4: Non-Governmental Organizations Part II: Globalization's Human Face: Trade and Corporations Chapter 5: Poverty: Enhanced or Diminished? Chapter 6: Child Labor: Increased or Reduced? Chapter 7: Women: Harmed or Helped? Chapter 8: Democracy at Bay? Chapter 9: Culture Imperiled or Enriched? Chapter 10: Wages and Labor Standards at Stake? Chapter 11: Environment in Peril? Chapter 12: Corporations: Predatory or Beneficial? vii Part III: Other Dimensions of Globalization Chapter 13: The Perils of Gung-ho Financial Capitalism Chapter 14: International Flows of Humanity Part IV: Appropriate Governance: Making Globalization Work Better Chapter 15: Appropriate Governance: An Overview Chapter 16: Coping with Downsides Chapter 17: Accelerating the Achievement of Social Agendas Chapter 18: Managing Transitions: Optimal, not Maximal, Speed Part V: In Conclusion Chapter 19: And so, let us begin anew Glossary: Acronyms, Concepts and Phrases
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Globalization Economic aspects, Globalization Social aspects, Anti-globalization movement