Income Inequality and International Economic Law: From Flint, Michigan to the Doha Round, and Back
29 Pages Posted: 26 Feb 2019
Date Written: February 25, 2019
At a time when global poverty is at its lowest, how can it be that income inequality is higher than it has been since the end of the Second World War? How have global trade and international law shaped these trends? Can we connect economic inequality at the domestic and international levels?
Keywords: international law, development, trade, inequality, poverty reduction, World Trade Organization, political economy
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