Globalization as a losing game? Reforming social policies to address the malaise of globalization’s losers

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Globalization as a losing game? Reforming social policies to address the malaise of globalization’s losers. / Antonucci, Lorenza.

The crisis of globalization : Democracy, Capitalism and Inequality in the Twenty-First Century. ed. / Patrick Diamond. 1st. ed. London : I.B. Tauris, 2018. p. 187-206 (Policy Network).

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Harvard

Antonucci, L 2018, Globalization as a losing game? Reforming social policies to address the malaise of globalization’s losers. in P Diamond (ed.), The crisis of globalization : Democracy, Capitalism and Inequality in the Twenty-First Century. 1st edn, Policy Network, I.B. Tauris, London, pp. 187-206.

APA

Antonucci, L. (2018). Globalization as a losing game? Reforming social policies to address the malaise of globalization’s losers. In P. Diamond (Ed.), The crisis of globalization : Democracy, Capitalism and Inequality in the Twenty-First Century (1st ed., pp. 187-206). (Policy Network). I.B. Tauris.

Vancouver

Antonucci L. Globalization as a losing game? Reforming social policies to address the malaise of globalization’s losers. In Diamond P, editor, The crisis of globalization : Democracy, Capitalism and Inequality in the Twenty-First Century. 1st ed. London: I.B. Tauris. 2018. p. 187-206. (Policy Network).

Author

Antonucci, Lorenza. / Globalization as a losing game? Reforming social policies to address the malaise of globalization’s losers. The crisis of globalization : Democracy, Capitalism and Inequality in the Twenty-First Century. editor / Patrick Diamond. 1st. ed. London : I.B. Tauris, 2018. pp. 187-206 (Policy Network).

Bibtex

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