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Pietra Rivoli, PhD, is Professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, where she specializes in international business, finance, and social issues in business. Travels of a T-Shirt has won numerous awards and has been translated into fourteen languages.
Table of Contents
|Preface To The Second Edition||p. ix|
|King Cotton||p. 1|
|How America Has Dominated the Global Cotton Industry for 200 Years||p. 3|
|The History of American Cotton||p. 9|
|Back at the Reinsch Farm||p. 24|
|All God's Dangers Ain't the Subsidies||p. 49|
|Made In China||p. 75|
|Cotton Comes to China||p. 77|
|The Long Race to the Bottom||p. 92|
|Sisters in Time||p. 105|
|The Unwitting Conspiracy||p. 120|
|Trouble At The Border||p. 141|
|Returning to America||p. 143|
|Dogs Snarling Together||p. 156|
|Perverse Effects and Unintended Consequences of T-Shirt Trade Policy||p. 171|
|45 Years of "Temporary" Protectionism End in 2009-Now What?||p. 196|
|My T-Shirt Finally Encounters A Free Market||p. 213|
|Where T-shirts Go after the Salvation Army Bin||p. 215|
|How Small Entrepreneurs Clothe East Africa with Old American T-Shirts||p. 227|
|Mitumba: Friend or Foe to Africa?||p. 239|
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