Where Is the World Going, Mr. Stiglitz?

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Special Features

Downloadable audio files for MP3; Stiglitz biography; Director profile
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/22/2007
  • UPC: 720229912662
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  • Source: First Run Features
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 6:20:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 97,295

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Where Is the World Going, Mr. Stiglitz?, Pts. 1 & 2
1. Why Did Globalization Fail? [17:35]
2. Subsidies [4:14]
3. Trade and Trade Barriers [5:45]
4. The Democratic Deficit [7:26]
5. Social Security [5:51]
6. The Development of a Market Economy [4:43]
7. Environment and Globalization [3:59]
8. Globalization and Developing Countries [12:32]
9. Oil in Bolivia and Venezuela [7:13]
10. Oil Companies in Alaska [1:51]
11. Corruption and the Natural Resources Curse [7:35]
12. Economic Globalization and Employment [7:33]
13. Can We Change Globalization (Immigration, Terrorism...)? [6:12]
1. Trade and Trade Agreements [17:47]
2. The Role of Corporations in Globalization [12:41]
3. Intellectual Property Rights and Patents [10:52]
4. Biopiratry and Biodiversity [5:47]
5. Research and Patents [7:29]
6. Privatization [29:21]
7. How Can Globalization Work? [23:09]
Disc #2 -- Where Is the World Going, Mr. Stiglitz?, Pts. 3-5
1. Economic Instability and Financial Crisis [3:59]
2. The Asiatic Crisis, Causes and Consequences [4:39]
3. The U.S. Deficit [9:01]
4. The Cost of Economic Instability for Developing Countries [7:04]
5. Liberalization of Financial Markets [8:02]
6. Global Financial Institutions [16:29]
7. Global Financial Reserves [7:40]
8. Deficits [3:27]
9. The Global Aggregate Demand [14:45]
1. The Reasons for Global Warming [4:36]
2. The Kyoto Protocol [1:57]
3. Economics and Pollution [10:48]
4. Deforestation and Biodiversity [7:02]
5. How Can the Kyoto Protocol Be Enforced? [6:15]
6. The Social Cost of Pollution [5:01]
7. Economy vs. Environment [3:15]
1. Security, Globalization and Terrorism [8:31]
2. The Democratic Deficit and the Iraq War [3:57]
3. Immigration, Reasons and Impacts [12:25]
4. The Debt and Bankruptcy Regimes [30:46]
5. Corruption and Secret Banking [6:46]
6. Assistance to Developing Countries [6:50]
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Disc #1 -- Where Is the World Going, Mr. Stiglitz?, Pts. 1 & 2
   Part 1: Where Is Globalization Going?
      Play Program
      Chapter Index
   Part 2: The Global Economy
      Play Program
      Chapter Index
   Biographies and Credits
      Joseph Stiglitz Biography
      Director Biography
   Documentaries of Interest
      Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train - Play Trailer
      The Goebbels Experiment - Play Trailer
      La Sierra - Play Trailer
      One Bright Shining Moment - Play Trailer
      Aristide and the Endless Revolution - Play Trailer
      The Take - Play Trailer
      The Trials of Henry Kissinger - Play Trailer
      With God on Our Side - Play Trailer
   Access Audio Files
   First Run Features
Disc #2 -- Where Is the World Going, Mr. Stiglitz?, Pts. 3-5
   Part 3: The Global Financial System
      Play Program
      Chapter Index
   Part 4: Globalization and the Environment
      Play Program
      Chapter Index
   Part 5: Globalization and Developing Nations
      Play Program
      Chapter Index
   Access Audio Files
   First Run Features
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