Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distance, Expanding Obligations

Cambridge University Press (2012)
Machine generated contents note: Part I: Introduction: globalization and global justice; 1. The human rights argument; 2. The coercive global institutional system; 3. Legitimacy and global justice; Part II: Introduction to Part II: seeing the water for the sea; 4. Libertarian obligations to the poor?; 5. Empirical evidence and the case for foreign aid; 6. Free trade and poverty; 7. Making free trade fair; Conclusion: expanding obligations.
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Call number JZ1318.H3835 2012
ISBN(s) 9781107010307   1107010306
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