July 24, 2008




GLOBALIZATION AND THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALSNegotiating the ChallengeEdited by Manmohan Agarwal and Amit Shovon Ray

280 pages 215x140 mm Hardback
Rs 675
ISBN 978-81-87358-32-9
ECONOMICS, SOCIOLOGY, POLITICS, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Pub date September 2007



GLOBALIZATION is a controversial subject. While some argue that it promotes economic growth that translates into social progress, others believe that it is detrimental to social advancement.
Globalization and the Millennium Development Goals brings together conceptual and empirical insights into the interaction of globalization and the social sectors, focusing especially on the MDGs. Some of the papers included here explicitly look at the Indian experience with social progress in the context of globalization. The volume with introductory remarks by Meghnad Desai, reflects the multifarious views regarding the interplay between economic development and social progress and attempts to answer the question: Can globalization have a human face?

Manmohan Agarwal is Professor of Economics at the Centre for International Trade and Development at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Amit Shovon Ray, FRSH, is Professor of Economics (and currently the Chairman) at the Centre for International Trade and Development at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health.

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