Can economic globalization lead to a more just society?

Journal of Global Ethics 6 (1):27-43 (2010)
We briefly review the recent literature on globalization, and present empirical evidence showing that economic globalization has been correlated with higher economic growth and lower poverty rates. We then evaluate the consequences of economic globalization in light of standards of commutative justice as Smith articulated, distributive justice as Rawls presented, and practical justice as Kolm explicated. This essay argues that economic globalization fulfills the requirements of all three species of justice
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DOI 10.1080/17449621003701550
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