Globalization's Missing Middle

Both friends and foes of globalization overlook one of its critical effects: although it has served rich countries well and poor ones even better, globalization has left middle-income countries struggling to find a niche in world markets. Because these countries cannot compete in either the knowledge or the low-wage economy, without help, they will fall by the wayside.

‘Globalization's Missing Middle’, GeoffreyGarrettForeign Affairs, 83(6) (2004): 84–96. Reprinted by permission of FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Copyright (2004) by the Council on Foreign Relations, Inc.
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