Who is Advocating “Free Trade” and Why? Gobalization and Challenges to the Developed World
The paper examines how the rising of India and China may change the direction of globalization within their own countries and relationship between developed and developing world.
||Globalization, Income Inequality, Social Immobility, World Trade, Knowledge Economy, Technological Change, international Trade, Developing and Developed Economies, India, China
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 9, pp.43-52.
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Xiaohong He is professor and Chairperson of International Business Department at the School of Business, Quinnipiac University. Professor He received her Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Dallas in International Management Studies. Professor He has published many articles in refereed academic journals and books. She also had business and academic experience in the People’s Republic of China. She has served on the editorial board of academic journals and has held leadership position in professional organization. Professor He teaches International Business and has received the Excellence in Teaching Award at Quinnipiac University.
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