Edited By: Peter Newell, Shirin M Rai and Andrew Scott
Explores how the relationship between globalization and poverty is handled by institutions and actors that govern social and economic interactions at every level of society. The chapters examine three broad areas: production and exchange in the context of small scale producers; changing gender relations and feminist movements; and the environmental consequences of globalization and the movements that have emerged to challenge these.
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