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Economic globalization: Trump and the Upstate economy

Robert Underwood, Associate Professor, Business and Accounting

Is economic globalization a good thing? While there are proponents and detractors on both sides of the issue, Furman Business and Accounting Professor Robert Underwood makes the case for free trade. In a column he wrote for Greenville Business Magazine, Underwood debunks a few commonly-held myths about globalization. See page 8 in the print version and page 10 in the online version of the magazine.

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