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  • Human rights,
  • Law and globalization,
  • Courts,
  • International law

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StatementRalf Michaels
ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Faculty of Law
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As a result, we run the risk that the social costs will outweigh the narrow economic gains and spark an even worse globalization backlash (p.

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National institutions and domestic policies mediate the impact of globalization on both states and individuals and determine the power of state vis-à-vis global economic actors.

Governments of some states, especially of the big and powerful ones, are not passive on-lookers of globalization—they shape it and define the rules of the game. Jerry Mander’s second book, Economic globalization is a system that has been thought up by human beings. It is a designed system, an experiment, a creation of corporate people that benefits them but destroys community and democracy.

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