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    The Next Great Globalization
    Reviews; Posted on: 2008-10-03 16:15:53 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    A blueprint for poor nations to rely on rich nations.

    Many prominent critics regard the international financial system as the dark side of globalization, threatening disadvantaged nations near and far. But in "The Next Great Globalization", eminent economist Frederic Mishkin argues the opposite: that financial globalization today is essential for poor nations to become rich. Mishkin argues that an effectively managed financial globalization promises benefits on the scale of the hugely successful trade and information globalizations of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This financial revolution can lift developing nations out of squalor and increase the wealth and stability of emerging and industrialized nations alike. By presenting an unprecedented picture of the potential benefits of financial globalization, and by showing in clear and hard-headed terms how these gains can be realized, Mishkin provides a hopeful vision of the next phase of globalization.


    Frederic S. Mishkin is Alfred Lerner Professor of Banking and Financial Institutions at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a member of the Federal Reserve's board of governors. He is the author of many books, including "Monetary Policy Strategy" (MIT), "The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets" and (with Ben S. Bernanke, Thomas Laubach, and Adam S. Posen) "Inflation Targeting" (Princeton).

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