Globalization At What Price? Economic Change and Daily Life, Revised & Expanded (Brubaker)


This revised edition updates the statistics, stories, and trends in Brubaker's classic. Many blue-collar workers have suggested that America didn't wake up to off-shoring of jobs until white-collar workers faced mass layoffs. Now few Americans can claim not being affected by changes in the workplace.  Brubaker tracks the trends as well as the arguments both for and against globalization. She shares experiences from Guatemala, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Brazil. She draws on Scripture to frame successful economic justice efforts, including the World Council of Churches.



Pamela Brubaker is associate professor of Christian ethics at California Lutheran University.


Paperback: 176 pages (8 x 6 in.)