Without the euro, Europe would be insignificant. Jean-Claude Juncker

Harold James

Harold James

Harold James is a renowned historian, specializing in the history of Germany and European economic history. He has written extensively on the economic implications of globalization, examining contemporary issues associated with globalization in the contect of larger economic trends. James is a Professor of History at Princeton University as well as a Professor of International Affairs at the University’s Woodrow Wilson School.

Last updated on 18.12.2014

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Globalization on the run

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Before the collapse

The latest protests against the globalization are of a new quality: The managers are getting nervous – and rightly so.

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