Globalization and the Inequality Trap: An Ethnography of Philippine Capitalism
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Globalization and the Inequality Trap is one of the first comprehensive books on Philippine management for an international audience. Discussing an important and often neglected territory in management literature, this ethnographic account examines the management practices of a plant in the Philippines, and links its findings to various analyses of capitalism. Also addressing the 'inequality trap', a concept highlighted by the World Bank in its World Development Report of 2006, the book presents realities of central and inter-related issues of globalization such as inequalities, migration and global management. The book offers insights into this phenomenon, and serves to highlight these issues for many other countries similarly challenged by the widening of inequalities created by globalization.