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The nation in the global era conflict and transformation. - "Originally published as Volume 8:2-3 (200() of Brill's journal Perspectives on global development and technology"--T.p. verso

Author: Jerry Harris
Publisher: Leiden Brill 2009
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""The Nation in the Global Era: Conflict and Transformation"" makes available a unique blend of multi-disciplinary research covering topics that present the most current thinking on key developments concerning globalization. Its main focus covers questions of transnational class and identity in relationship to the nation-state
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jerry Harris
ISBN: 900417690X 9789004176904 9781282602601 1282602608 9789047430346 9047430344
OCLC Number: 837877430
Notes: "Originally published as Volume 8:2-3 (200() of Brill's journal Perspectives on global development and technology"--T.p. verso
Description: Online-Ressource vii, 475 Seiten Seiten
Contents: List of Contributors; Introduction; SECTION I THE TRANSNATIONAL CLASS STRUCTURE AND THE STATE; Globalization Today: At the Borders of Class and State Theory (William K. Tabb); Statist Globalization in China, Russia and the Gulf States (Jerry Harris); Australia Has a Transnational Capitalist Class? (Georgina Murray); El Salvador and the Central American Free Trade Agreement: Consolidation of a Transnational Capitalist Class (Cori Madrid); The Migration-Development Model Can Serve Two Masters: The Transnational Capitalist Class and National Development (Rubin Patterson). Toward a Theory of Global Proletarian Fractions (Jason Struna)SECTION II THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GLOBALIZATION; Towards a Reformulation of Core/Periphery Relationship: A Critical Reappraisal of the Trimodality of the Capitalist World-Economy in the Early 21st Century (Kwangkun Lee); The Political Economy of US Wars of Choice: Are They Really Oil Wars? (Ismael Hossein-zadeh); Hilferding's Finance Capital versus Wal-Mart World: Disaggregating the Dollar's Hegemony (Gregory P. Nowell); Neoliberal Agenda in Bolivia and its Aftermath (Magda von der Heydt-Coca). European Markets as Challenges or Opportunities for Mexican SMEs' Internationalization: A Critical Analysis of Globalization (Lorena Ruiz Garcia)Intellectual Property Rights: The West, India, and China (John W. Sutherlin); Conflicts of Interest: Plasticity of Peace Tourism and the 21st Century Nation (Veda E. Ward); SECTION III NATIONAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT; Globalization and Separatism: The Infl uence of Internal and External Interdependence on the Strategies of Separatism (Ryan D. Griffi ths and Ivan Savic); Demystifying the Nation Globe Conundrum: A Preliminary Sketch (JoAnn Chirico). This Part of The Globe Is Not Flat: The Paradox of the Turkish Relationship with Northern Iraq and the Dilemma of Kurdish Politics across Borders (Kumru Toktamis)Turkey's Imperial Legacy: Understanding Contemporary Turkey through Its Ottoman Past (Joshua W. Walker); Cyrillization of Republika Srpska (Somdeep Sen); A brief comparison: Mexican and Peruvian National Identities (Isaías R. Rivera); SECTION IV THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT; China's Role in the Challenge for Global Sustainable Development (Patrick Loy); Is Sustainable Capitalism an Oxymoron? (David Schweickart).
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