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Whose Trade Organization? A Comprehensive Guide to the World Trade Organization (second edition, 2000) by Lori Wallach. A fundamental critique of the WTO by the director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch.

Alternatives to Economic Globalization (second edition, 2004) by the International Forum on Globalization. "There is no alternative" to corporate globalization, neoliberal Margaret Thatcher so famously asserted. This is one of the better responses.

Economic Governance in the Age of Globalization (2004) by William K. Tabb has been described by Richard Falk as "the best comprehensive analysis and critique of globalization and especially of economic governance in a vast literature." Tabb's Unequal Partners: A Primer on Globalization (2002) is also excellent.

Contours of Descent by Robert Pollin is a careful exploration of the failures of neoliberal economic policies guided by the IMF and Federal Reserve over the past decade. A well-researched critique of Clintonomics.

Views from the South: The Effects of Globalization and the WTO on Third World Countries, by Martin Khor et al.. Published by the International Forum on Globalization.

Global Dreams: Imperial Corporations and the New World Order by Richard Barnet and John Cavanagh (1994).

The Case Against the Global Economy by Jerry Mander et al., is a useful collection of essays that explore the problems with corporate globalization.

Vanishing Borders: Protecting the Planet in the Age of Globalization, by Hilary French, one of the WorldWatch Institute's leading analysts, describes how global treaties are useful instruments for the environmental movement.

Big Business, Poor Peoples: The Impact of Transnational Corporations on the World's Poor (1999) by John Madeley is a good introductory critique of corporate involvement in developing nations, drawing on extensive experience as journalist and the work of non-governmental organizations.

Globalize This! The Battle Against the World Trade Organization and Corporate Rule (2000) by Kevin Danaher and Rober Burbach (eds.) is a collection of essays by leaders of the global justice movement.

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