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This handbook presents a comprehensive and multi-faceted analysis of the BRICS countries and other emerging economies, exploring their economic, social, environmental, and governance dimensions and challenges.
An analysis of the elevated level of contemporary global economic inequality–its measurement, trends over time and geography, and the policy challenges thrown up by them, with a focus on mainly five countries–Brazil, China, India, South Africa, and Mexico.
The Poor and the Plutocrats is an examination of financial inequality. From Apple, the first trillion-dollar company, at one end of the spectrum to those living in dire poverty on the other, Francis Teal explains how a world has emerged where both of these extremes co-exist.
With increased movements of people around the world, the role of transnational economic activity is becoming ever more significant. The Diaspora and Returnee Entrepreneurship analyzes the role that the diaspora play when returning as entrepreneurs to their homeland.