Meeting Globalization’s Challenges draws on new research to examine the channels through which international trade and the diffusion of technology have enhanced the wealth of nations while also producing unequal benefits within and across countries. The book provides needed perspectives on the complex interplay of trade, deindustrialization, inequality, and the troubling surge of nationalism and populism—perspectives that are essential for crafting sound economic policies. It tackles the vexing issue of how to most effectively compensate globalization’s losers and reintegrate them into job markets. The book also explores how to design social insurance policies that can mitigate the risks posed by automation and offshoring, such as mass unemployment and its inherent dangers to democracy.
Rodrik, Dani. "Trade Strategy, Development, and the Future of the Global Trade Regime." Meeting Globalization’s Challenges: Policies to Make Trade Work for All. Ed. Luís A. V. Catão and Maurice Obstfeld. Princeton University Press, 2019.