The first Globalization and Its Discontents was published in French in 1982 and translated into English in 1985 by a team of dedicated translators led by Michael Cook and including three generations of scholars:"Globalization and Its Discontents is a collection of essays written by John Robb, a professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, who has devoted his professional life to the study of globalization. The book was an immediate success, and it has become an indispensable reference
Book 1: VISIONARY IDEABook 2: GLOBALIA – The Global World of the New EconomyBook 3: GLOBALIA – The World of the New EconomyBook 4: GLOBALIA – The World of the New Economy (NUTS)Book 5: GLOBALIA – The World of the New Economy (NUTS)
This book is the result of a long period of research and consultation with a diverse group of lawyers, judges, professors, academics, and practitioners, both in the United States and Canada. As a result, it is the first comprehensive analysis of the law governing international governance arrangements. It is clear that while there are substantial differences between existing treaty law and international customary law, these differences have been largely ignored by the courts.The book clearly shows that international governance arrangements are "provisional
I needed to write a literature review about Globalia and The Goldfish That Jumped books. I read Globalia with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Jean-Christophe Rufin is a wonderful writer.