„If there is to be support for trade globalization in the developed world, we must make sure that the benefits and costs are more evenly shared, which will entail more progressive income taxation.“

—  Joseph Stiglitz, libro Making Globalization Work

§3, p. 100
Making globalization work (2006)

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