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References External links Nakamura Geometry Textbook Geometry Lecture YouTube Nakamura Geometry Textbook Website Book PDF Category:Mathematics textbooks Category:Japanese mathematics Category:1876 non-fiction books‘Anti-Trad’ campaign gains traction The Globe and Mail Published: January 16, 2014 SEBASTOPOL, Greece — The European crisis has thrown the international development community into a panic about globalization, says Meeta Bhatt. Ms. Bhatt is just one of the economists, development specialists and others who are worried about the loss of access to markets, policies and expertise. “We’re all in the same boat right now,” she says, “and we’re just trying to figure out what to do.” Developing nations have long been concerned about the loss of national sovereignty, the rise of protectionism and the rise of monopolies. But the current economic crisis is driving countries like Greece and Portugal to take a new approach to the challenges of globalization. In countries suffering from the crisis, there is a growing push back against neoliberalism — the economic doctrine that wants countries to open their markets to free trade and cut down on state spending and regulation. The “anti-globalization” movement is growing momentum in countries like France, Italy and Greece, despite the government’s attempts to crack down on these activists. “We’re not against free trade; we’re just against the neo-liberal, pro-corporate agenda,” says Ms. Bhatt, a professor at the University of Chicago’s Department of Economics. Her research, published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, shows that many developing countries have been hurt in the rush for globalization. “My research suggests that the open-trade policies that have been promoted by both developed and developing countries over the past three decades have reduced the competitiveness of developing countries,” she writes in the paper. These policies, she says, have cut trade, damaged public services, reduced state spending, lowered wages and led to job losses. Ms. Bhatt says that big winners from globalization are mostly rich countries, which have had free-market policies forced on them by the global economy. Countries like China and India, which have the opposite model, haven’t seen big job losses, as they continue




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