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Making sense of the economy
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This is a collection of articles that had originally appeared on the pages of The Economist (a British financial magazine). The chapters in the book are edited versions of those articles and they do not blend well together. The United States has played a key role in the development of economic and financial globalization since the end of World War II and has been the largest force for integration of the global economy.
While the US economy as a whole has been a net beneficiary from globalization, significant costs have been incurred by certain groups and Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.
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