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Routledge International Handbook of World-Systems Analysis.

Author: Salvatore Babones; Christopher Chase-Dunn
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012.
Series: Routledge international handbooks.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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World-systems analysis has developed rapidly over the past thirty years. Today's students and junior scholars come to world-systems analysis as a well-established approach spanning all of the social sciences. The best world-systems scholarship, however, is spread across multiple methodologies and more than half a dozen academic disciplines. Aiming to crystallize forty years of progress and lay the groundwork for the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Babones, Salvatore.
Routledge International Handbook of World-Systems Analysis.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Salvatore Babones; Christopher Chase-Dunn
ISBN: 9781135179151 1135179158
OCLC Number: 804662894
Notes: 7.1 Global cities, global commodity chains and the geography of core-ness in the capitalist world-system.
Description: 1 online resource (561 pages).
Contents: Cover; Routledge Handbook of World-Systems Analysis; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Contributors; Introduction; PART I Origins; 1. Before the long sixteenth century; 1.1 Market cooperation and the evolution of the pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican world-system; 1.2 Assessing the debate between Abu-Lughod and Wallerstein over the thirteenth-century origins of the modern world-system; 1.3 The Afroeurasian world-system: Genesis, transformations, characteristics; 1.4 Agricultural origins and early development; 1.5 Qubilai and the Indian Ocean: A new era? 2. Historical processes of incorporation and development2.1 Incorporation into and merger of world-systems; 2.2 The great transition debate and world-systems analysis; 2.3 The social foundations of global conflict and cooperation: Globalization and global elite integration, nineteenth to twenty-first Century; 2.4 The East Asian path of development; 2.5 Darfur: The periphery of the periphery; PART II Theory and critiques; 3. Theoretical frontiers in world-systems analysis; 3.1 Externality, contact periphery and incorporation; 3.2 Wallerstein's world-system: Roots and contributions. 3.3 The structures of knowledge: Conceptualizing the sociocultural arena of historical capitalism3.4 The multiplicity of national development in the world-system: A critical perspective; 3.5 Crisis in the world-system: Theoretical and policy implications; 3.6 Core, semiperiphery, periphery: A variable geometry presiding over conceptualization; 3.7 Terminal crisis or a new systemic cycle of accumulation?; 4. Explicit modeling as a research strategy; 4.1 Measuring transition and hierarchy of states within the world-systems paradigm. 4.2 World-systems as dissipative structures: A new research agenda4.3 Narrating stories about the world-system of the First Global Age, 1400-1800; 4.4 World-systems theory and formal and simulation modeling; 4.5 Mathematical models of world-system development; 5. Critical contributions to world-systems analysis; 5.1 World-system history: Challenging Eurocentric knowledge; 5.2 The failure of the "Modern World-System" and the new paradigm of the "Critical Theory of Patriarchy": The "civilization of alchemists" as a "system of war." 5.3 Authenticating seventeenth century "hegemonies": Dutch, Spanish, French, or none?5.4 Challenges of globalization theory to world-systems analysis; PART III The contemporary world-economy; 6. Markets and exchange; 6.1 Surplus drain and dark value in the modern world-system; 6.2 The silence of finance and its critics: Portfolio investors in the world-system; 6.3 Debt crises in the modern world-system; 6.4 Economic-political interaction in the core/periphery hierarchy; 6.5 The other side of the global formation: Structures of the world lumpeneconomy; 7. Networks and chains.
Series Title: Routledge international handbooks.

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World-systems analysis has developed rapidly over the past thirty years. Today's students and junior scholars come to world-systems analysis as a well-established approach spanning all of the social sciences. The best world-systems scholarship, however, is spread across multiple methodologies and more than half a dozen academic disciplines. Aiming to crystallize forty years of progress and lay the groundwork for the continued development of the field, the Handbook of World-Systems Analysis is a comprehensive review of the state of the field of world-systems analysis since its origi.

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