Globalization and its Critics: Perspectives from Political Economy

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R. Germain
Palgrave Macmillan UK, Nov 10, 1999 - Political Science - 312 pages
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Globalization and its Critics challenges the claim that globalization is a clearly understood phenomena whose effects are well-known and easily accounted for. It explores the categories we use to think about globalization, the dynamics which are driving it, and the effects which globalizing tendencies are having on the key institutional features of the contemporary world. The contributors not only examine how globalization is refashioning political and economic institutions, but also the way in which specific forms of knowledge and technology are shaping the ongoing dynamic of globalization. The volume concludes with a review of the issues posed by this important debate.

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