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Meeting Globalization's Challenges.
Trade and the Gains of Globalization.
1: The Gains from Trade in Rich and Poor Countries.
2: Globalization and Innovation.
Globalization, Development, and Inequality.
3: Trade Strategy, Development, and the Future of the Global Trade Regime.
4: China's Steroids Model of Growth.
5: Inequality, Globalization, and Technical Change in Advanced Countries: A Brief Synopsis.
Globalization, Deindustrialization, and Labor Market Adjustment.
6: Globalization: What Did We Miss?.
7: Economic and Political Consequences of Trade-Induced Manufacturing Decline.
8: International Trade an Inequality in Developing Economies: Assessing Recent Evidence.
9: Trade and Labor Market Adjustment: Recent Research on Brazil.
10: Globalization, Trade, and Growth.
11: Trade and Labor Market Adjustment: The Costs of Trade-Related Job Loss in the United States and Policy Responses.
The Political Economy of Trade Backlash.
12: The Political Economy of the Globalization Backlash: Sources and Implications.
13: Roots and Offshoots of Current US Trade Policy.
14: The Fracturing of the Postwar, Free Trade Consensus: The Challenges of Constructing a New Consensus.
15: Globalization and Health in the United States.
16: Trade and Policy Adjustment to Automation Challenges.
17: The “Elites” against “the People”: The Crisis of Democratic Capitalism.
18: Meeting Challenges or Matching Challengers?.