The puzzle of twenty-first-century globalization : an international economics primer
Patrice Franko and Stephen C. Stamos Jr.
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
ix, 269 pages : illustrations, maps, charts ; 26 cm
The Puzzle of Twenty-First-Century Globalization provides a clear and concise toolkit to understand how trade, finance, and population bind us in a globally connected international system. Presenting both the theory and the evidence needed to understand economic globalization, this book helps readers understand the character and contradictions of the global economy. An essential primer, it explores how changes in how goods are produced, traded, and financed profoundly influence the opportunities for sustainable, equitable global growth-- Back cover
Twenty-first century globalization -- Globalization: historical perspectives -- A new dynamic of global trade -- International finance: global financial flows and crises -- Emerging market and developing economies -- Globalized production and labor markets -- Sustainability -- Conclusion: we are bound together