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More Globalization (Please!)

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When I posted the first of three videos in Mercatus’s new Globalization series I carelessly missed the happy fact that videos numbers two and three are also already available. Here they are. (In the last video, I believe that the benefits of globalization for middle-income workers in developed countries is overstated. It’s untrue that wages for many of these workers have stagnated for a “generation.“) [embedded content] [embedded content] Comments

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When I posted the first of three videos in Mercatus’s new Globalization series I carelessly missed the happy fact that videos numbers two and three are also already available. Here they are. (In the last video, I believe that the benefits of globalization for middle-income workers in developed countries is overstated. It’s untrue that wages for many of these workers have stagnated for a “generation.“)

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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