Towards Creating the Right Kind of Globalisation: Why it Does Not Happen and What to Do About It

THE ROLE OF LAW AND ETHICS IN THE GLOBALISED ECONOMY (MPI STUDIES ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, COMPETITION AND TAX LAW), pp. 61-80, Joseph Straus, ed., Springer, 2009

Posted: 20 Dec 2009

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Prabhu Guptara

UBS AG - Wolfsberg Executive Development Centre

Date Written: September 1, 2009

Abstract

Analyses why we have a globalised economy that is so volatile and vulnerable, at the same time as it increases the gap between rich and poor, as well as producing such huge negative impacts on the environment. Also proposes a comprehensive plan for creating the right sort of globalised economy.

Keywords: Globalisation, economy, volatility, vulnerability, cycles, usury, rich, poor, poverty, responsibility, justice, humane, dark pools, environment, stock exchange, corporation, company, law, greed

JEL Classification: A1, A2, B00, B1, B2, B3, B5, E00, E4, E5, E6, F00, F3, F4, F5, K00, K2, K3, M00, N00, 01, 03

Suggested Citation

Guptara, Prabhu, Towards Creating the Right Kind of Globalisation: Why it Does Not Happen and What to Do About It (September 1, 2009). THE ROLE OF LAW AND ETHICS IN THE GLOBALISED ECONOMY (MPI STUDIES ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, COMPETITION AND TAX LAW), pp. 61-80, Joseph Straus, ed., Springer, 2009, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1525857

Prabhu Guptara (Contact Author)

UBS AG - Wolfsberg Executive Development Centre ( email )

CH - 8272 Ermatingen
Switzerland

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