The Politics of Globalization: A Reader

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Houghton Mifflin Company, 2006 - History - 514 pages
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The broad range of selections in this reader gives students a foundation for understanding globalization. Each of the four sections—an introduction to the topic; political economy; civil society; and governance—examine the national and intra-national implications of globalization. The readings present views both for and against globalization and include scholarly discussions and a diverse range of selections on emerging topics.

The writing style and format of the readings make them accessible to students at all levels of understanding.

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About the author (2006)

Mark Kesselman is senior editor of the International Political Science Review and professor emeritus of political science at Columbia University. His research focuses on the political economy of French and European politics. His publications include The Ambiguous Consensus (1967), The French Workers Movement (1984), The Politics of Globalization: A Reader (2012), and The Politics of Power (2013). His articles have appeared in The American Political Science Review, World Politics, and Comparative Politics.

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