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The possible action taken by the governments of developing countries in the face of the globalization juggernaut is at issue. The author sets out practical proposals for action nationally and at international level to shape globalization to particular circumstances and priorities. The ecomic globalization process is explained and how globalization is failing to either increase ecomic growth or to reduce poverty. Western governments are criticised for their domination of the international policy process while the flaws in the one-size-fits-all policy of the World Bank, IMF and WTO are revealed. Invative and realistic solutions are proposed for countries of the South in argument that they must be given room to maeuvre.
Dr Martin Khor is an economist and the director of the Third World Network in Penang, Malaysia. He is the author of several books and numerous articles on trade, development and the environment.