'A smart, lively and provocative book that offers us compelling
new ways to look at globalization' -- Joseph E. Stiglitz, Nobel Laureate in Economics, 2001
'Every orthodoxy needs effective critics. Ha-Joon Chang is
probably the world's most effective critic of globalization' -- Martin Wolf, Financial Times, author of 'Why Globalization Works'
'a marvellous book. Well researched, panoramic in its scope and
beautifully written... I strongly urge you to read it'
-- Larry Elliott, Economics Editor, Guardian
'an excellent book ... the logical discipline of economics... in jargon-free prose that sparkles with anecdotes and practical observations.'
-- International Affairs, September 2007
'in this more polemical tract, he adds the spark of personal reflection ... and some mischievous rhetorical set-pieces' -- The Economist , 1 September 2007
Lucid, deeply informed, and enlivened with striking illustrations, this penetrating study could be entitled "economics in the real world." -- Noam Chomsky
A radical look by a leading economist at the issues surrounding the future of globalization.
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