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Environmental Impacts of Globalisation and Trade A Systems Study

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By: Corey L Lofdahl
272 pages, 65 illus
Publisher: MIT Press
Environmental Impacts of Globalisation and Trade
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  • Environmental Impacts of Globalisation and Trade ISBN: 9780262122450 Hardback Apr 2002 Out of Print #131518
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Makes explicit the complex causal connections between world trade and environmental degradation, for example that between GNP increases in rich countries and deforestation in poor ones.

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Corey L. Lofdahl is a Consulting Engineer for IGEN Corporation in Carlisle, Massachusetts.

Out of Print
By: Corey L Lofdahl
272 pages, 65 illus
Publisher: MIT Press
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This intriguing study applies lateral pressure theory previously used to understand great-power wars to global North-South relations and the environmental consequences of free trade. Lofdahl's work is notable for its use of multiple methodologies to analyze complex systems. --Joshua S. Goldstein, Professor of International Relations, American University "Lofdahl asks a bold question and chooses an uncommon path to find an answer. He shows an admirable command of the literature and impressive mastery of a wide range of analytic methods. And all this is presented through the clearest writing I have seen in years." --Brian M. Pollins, The Mershon Center and Department of Political Science, Ohio State University

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