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Exploring the impact of globalization ―the increase in mobility of capital, goods, ideas, and people―on governance structures in the modern European political economy, the contributors to this volume evaluate a set of propositions about the effects of globalization in the context of several significant empirical settings: corporate governance, "sin regulation," regional economic development, fiscal reform, new equity markets Format: Paperback.
This book brings together arguments about globalization, European integration, and a broad set of observations about new or unconventional governance structures that are developing in domestic politics, political economy, and international relations within Europe.
Max Weber once said that Europe was the mistress of the world and this book can be thought of as an analysis of the world's reaction. It is indeed an intellectual feast, full of new perspectives, deep in historical allusions, and rich in economic, political and sociological : Hardcover.
Summary: Exploring the impact of globalization on governance structures in the modern European political economy, this volume evaluates a set of propositions about the effects of globalization in the context of several empirical settings, including corporate governance and regional economic.
Exploring the impact of globalization -- the increase in mobility of capital, goods, ideas, and people -- on governance structures in the modern European political economy, the contributors to this volume evaluate a set of propositions about the effects of globalization in the context of several significant empirical settings: corporate governance, ""sin regulation,"" regional economic development, fiscal reform, new equity markets.
About this book This book sets out political economy explanations for higher education policy reform in Europe in the initial decades of the 21st century. With a sustained focus on the national level of policy implementation, institutional change is considered in relationship to broader trends in economic development and globalization.
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This volume offers: a vigorous response to conventional wisdom on EU international identity; an exploration of key issues of regionalism versus globalization and the potential for world economic and political governance through regionalism; and a key resource for Price: $ This book interrogates such a critique within the broader framework of the history of political economy, and offers a new appreciation of its contemporary relevance.
A distinctive feature of this study is its use of the new historical critical edition of the writings of Marx and Engels (MEGA²), their partially unpublished notebooks in by: 9. Books shelved as international-political-economy: An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith, International Political E.
Multinationals are able to thwart the power of governments. They axe jobs at home and exploit workers in sweatshops in developing countries. Trade only makes the poor worse off.
These effects of globalisation help explain the bitterness in some poor countries which forms the backdrop to the 11/9 attacks. This edited collection examines the rise of mass schooling under the global forces shaping society and the world economy in the long run.
Contributors analyse the importance of globalization for the diffusion of schooling – or the lack of it – across several world regions. Deals with arguably the most pointed omission from the thinking of the English School of International Relations – international political economy (IPE) – a failure has had serious and negative consequences for how the understanding of international society has developed, and has also had the consequence that the English School has so far not exploited its considerable potential to act as.
A few of her books are: European Responses to Globalization and Financial Market Integration: Perceptions of EMU in Britain, France and Germany; The Political Economy of European Integration: Theories and Analysis; EMU Rules: The Political and Economic Consequences of Format: Hardcover.
This book interrogates such a critique within the broader framework of the history of political economy, and offers a new appreciation of its contemporary relevance. A distinctive feature of this study is its use of the new historical critical edition of the writings of Marx and Engels (MEGA²), their partially unpublished notebooks in particular.
Globalization is defined as the elimination of differences across space and the changes in life that follow as a result.A more nuanced definition is: "Fundamental changes in the spatial and temporal contours of social existence, according to which the significance of space or territory undergoes shifts in the face of a no less dramatic acceleration in the temporal structure of crucial forms of.
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This book investigates the perceptions of political actors towards the creation of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) in Europe. The research is largely based on personal. Ansell, C, Gonzales. and O’Dwyer, C.
() ‘The Variable Geometry of European Regional Economic Development’, in S. Weber (ed.) Globalization and the European Political Economy (New York: Columbia University Press) 65– Google ScholarCited by: 4.
Globalization and the Critique of Political Economy. DOI link for Globalization and the Critique of Political Economy. Globalization and the Critique of Political Economy book. New Insights from Marxʼs Writings He not only justified but also promoted European expansionism on the basis of a Eurocentric vision of peoples that clashes with Author: Lucia Pradella.
In connection to the study of globalization, global political economy (GPE), or international political economy (IPE), is an academic discipline that analyzes economics and international relations. As an interdisciplinary field, it draws on a few distinct academic schools, most notably economics, political economy, political science, sociology Author: Angus Cameron, Ronen Palan.
Globalization and Change in Higher Education: The Political Economy of Policy Reform in Europe Beverly Barrett (auth.) This book sets out political economy explanations for higher education policy reform in Europe in the initial decades of the 21st century.
Combining the intellectual history of the Enlightenment, Atlantic history, and the history of the French Revolution, Paul Cheney explores the political economy of globalization in. Abstract. Globalization has become a particularly fashionable way to analyse changes in the international economy and in world politics.
Advances in technology and modern communications are said to have unleashed new contacts and intercourse among peoples, social movements, transnational corporations, and by: Globalization and the state in Central and Eastern Europe: the politics of foreign direct investment / Jan Drahokoupil.
— (BASEES/Routledge series on Russian and East European studies). The contributors to this book explore political-ethical issues of globalization, including terrorism, institutional change and distribution in the world economy, the role of the United Nations and international financial institutions, the regimes of international trade and technology transfer, the effects of regionalism in the European Union.
In recent years, the effects of economic openness and technological change have fuelled dissatisfaction with established political systems and led to new forms of political populism that exploit the economic and political resentment created by globalization.
This shift in politics was evident in the decision by UK voters to leave the European Union in Junethe November election of. Edited by one of the most prominent scholars in the field and including a distinguished group of contributors, this collection of essays makes a striking intervention in the increasingly heated debates surrounding the cultural dimensions of globalization.
While including discussions about what globalization is and whether it is a meaningful term, the volume focuses in particular on the way. The election of Donald Trump in the U.S.
and the British vote to leave the European Union (known as the Brexit) have also contributed to the anti-globalization movement. These trends have been driven by anti-immigration sentiments in Europe, although the election results veer more pro- than anti-globalization.
Book description: Cosmopolitanism is often discussed in a critical and disapproving manner: as a concept complicit with the interests of the powerful, or as a notion related to Western political supremacy, the ills of globalization, inequality, and capitalist economic penetration.
Seen. Research Areas: Agriculture EU Single Market European Union WTO and Globalization By Fredrik Erixon Philipp Lamprecht There is now a long history of countries improving sustainability standards in most parts of the economy while at the same time pursuing the.
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Free shipping for many products. Globalization: The Reader addresses the big issues: communications and global media, political economy, cultural homogeneity and heterogeneity, new technologies, tourism, beliefs, and identity. Preview this book». Get this from a library.
Globalization and governance in the international political economy. [Ümit Hacioğlu; Hasan Dinçer;] -- "This book investigates the impact of diverse cultures on the development and actualization of global economic entities, exploring advanced methods and best practices for the effective utilization.
Book Review: The New Political Economy of Development: Globalization, Imperialism, Hegemony Article in Journal of International Relations and Development 10(4) December with 61 Reads. Globalization is a process with a long history. People have been exploring, migrating, and trading with each other throughout human history, and these activities have created interactive networks connecting the different parts of the planet and producing dependent economic relationships.
Book Description. This book examines the transformation of the state in Central and Eastern Europe since the end of communism and adoption of market oriented reform in the early s, exploring the impact of globalization and economic liberalization on the region’s states, societies and political economy.
The majority of people around the world are experiencing oppressive and destructive forces which manifest themselves in starvation, income polarisation, joblessness, stress, violence, and so on.
What is the nature of these forces. If we call them "globalisation", can there be good globalisation as well as bad globalisation. Is this a new phenomenon or just a continuation of history as it has. The case for the existence of a fundamental change in the political-economy of globalization runs through both economic and political change.
I will briefly discuss each of those and conclude with some speculation on the future of liberal globalization. In all of this I will focus primarily on international trade.
8 In the case of the Basque Country, the ruling nationalists have been particularly skillful in exploiting opportunities offered by economic globalization to promote their political objectives, enhance their position both within the community and vis-à-vis central authorities in Mad rid, and seek international recognition for the Basque people Author: Natalie Sabanadze.
The United Nations, the European Union and the Paris Climate Accord are all examples of international political collaboration that goes beyond mere economics or military action.
That collaboration is what political globalization is all about. There are many examples of political globalization, including the European and African Unions. Globalization and Political Structure Gino Gancia, Giacomo A.M.
Ponzetto, Jaume Ventura. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in FebruaryRevised in September NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth This paper develops a theoretical framework to study the interaction between globalization and political by: 7. In this state-of-the-art work, Colin Hay and Daniel Wincott reassess welfare provision across the whole of Europe – East, West and Central – and at the national and EU level.
The book challenges much conventional wisdom about the welfare state, including the widely accepted notion of a 'golden age' of welfare, the idea of a challenge posed by globalization, and the notion of the welfare.Reviews the book "Globalization and the margins." Globalization and Labor (Book Review).
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