‘Globalization’ – the increasing integration of different countries through the movement of goods and services, capital and people – can be a powerful force for improving people’s living standards and expanding the ranges of choices open to them. But it can also be disruptive – and many people are opposed to it for ideological reasons. I gave a series of talks on the topic in the early 2000s which are reproduced here.
Globalization, Economic Policy and DemocracyGlobalization, Publications | 3rd August 2001
A review of ‘Elect the Ambassador! – Building Democracy in a Globalized World’ by Duncan Kerr MP, and ‘For the People: Reclaiming our Government – Labor Essays 2001’, by Dennis Glover and Glen Patmore. Published in the Australian Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 36, No. 3, August 2001
Globalization – Unprecendented? Inevitable? Irreversible? Beneficial?Globalization | 30th August 2000
Address to the 12th Rado Executive Luncheon, 30th August 2000