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ABSTRACT. Brady et al. hold that economic globalization has increased, especially among the affluent democracies. According to Amin, establishing a link between globalization and inequality is fraught with difficulty. Deetz points out that a market economy does not equal democracy, and that a market economy cannot assure democratic representation. Dür notes that the EU currently engages in a new round of global trade negotiations in the framework of the WTO.

 

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