By Dilip K. Das
Just like the old Roman god Janus, globalization has faces, one benign and the opposite malign. during this finished and authoritative booklet, Dilip ok. Das fills a niche within the literature through reading either elements of the modern part of financial globalization. simply because globalization has had either welfare-enhancing, propitious effects in addition to hazardous ones, it has turn into an acutely contentious subject material between either scholarly and public policy-making groups. modern globalization can't be studied with out a balanced remedy of either features. the writer offers accurately that, protecting huge thematic components of the worldwide financial system and globalization in the course of the channels of exchange, monetary flows, recognition to newly rising traits in addition to historic viewpoint. Neither overly technical nor hugely model-oriented, this obtainable booklet may be of significant curiosity to students, scholars and different readers attracted to a extensive and balanced view of globalization.