3 edition of Governing globalization found in the catalog.
2002 by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki .
Written in English
Summary of a forthcoming book edited by Deepak Nayyar.
|Statement||Deepak Nayyar and Julius Court|
|Series||Policy brief -- no.5|
|Contributions||Court, Julius., World Institute for Development Economics Research.|
|LC Classifications||HG3881 .G6184 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
What should the consumer safety regulations look like? Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter Sign up now. It was economically driven by the advance of industrial capitalism and during the period through World War I, it was spurred by the rapid development of trade, increasing sources of information such as newspapers, radio and cinema and the significant modernisation of transport infrastructure, notably railways, shipping and airplanes. The actual writing style is needlessly indirect and opaque, even though the actual situation could be easily described - instead the author hides behind his ivory tower politically correct terms. There are a few accusations here that I'm quite skeptical of, but the premise is pretty common sense: USA policy is all about control over oil. Reinicke, Global Public Policy Institute "A very important and enormously interesting book, this is a first rate collection of contributions by some of the best known analysts of global politics on the implications of a global governancea in the new world order.
The US economy is very different from the Swedish economy, which in turn is very different from the French economy, which in turn is very different from the Japanese one. The book endorses an economically and politically liberal position in which liberal capitalism and democratic rule of law are to be reinforced locally and more systematically extended globally. It is not entirely clear that this is desirable — either politically or economically. The approach is analytical rather than normative, and the book stakes out its claims clearly and thoroughly. The book endorses an economically and politically liberal position in which liberal capitalism and democratic rule of law are to be reinforced locally and more systematically extended globally. Summing Up: Recommended.
This book is also historical and takes a much closer look at the last two centuries of economic globalisation. This multilevel process has also introduced new challenges and benefits to the local and the global. The world has changed since then, and so have its governance needs in terms of institutions and rules. This authoritative volume will be of enormous value to readers with an interest in international economics, development economics, and international relations.
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The first situates the subject in the wider context of globalization which has shaped development in the world economy, affected the living conditions of people, and constrained the role of nation states. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty. For a book meant to be an introduction to globalization, Steger sure loves putting his own thoughts and opinions alongside the actual facts.
Not so much a very short introduction as a very short diatribe. But by pragmatically focusing primarily on OWL, the questions of justice are minimized. Furthermore, it combines an elucidation of substantive theories with a systematic analysis of the politics and limits of governance in key issue areas - from humanitarian intervention to the regulation of global finance.
The fact that he includes one of his own books in the reference section really rubs me the wrong way.
Note that this is by no means the primary point of the book, but nowhere else have I seen more candid discussion about what the KGB was actually capable of, and our political response to that knowledge. This volume is an essential teaching resource in international relations and global studies, as well as a significant reference point for researchers.
The book endorses an economically and politically liberal position in which liberal capitalism and democratic rule of law are to be reinforced locally and more systematically extended globally. Finally, Globalization poses questions of whether global democracy and social justice are achievable and whether this process of unification would lead to a better humanity.
Kolodziej envisions a democratic global state moving beyond national interests to deal with world-wide crises. Shelves: politics-history Severely disappointing.
Thoughtful, stimulating and future-oriented, this book will become even more relevant in the years to come. The second wave of Globalization Governing globalization book in the period after World War II when the United States took centre-stage, assuming the role of global protector of freedom and democracy and ultimately emerging as the global power of goods.
It was largely through the Marshall Plan propaganda, which was the American aid programme to rebuild war-devastated Europe and fight the spread of communism, that American consumerism entered Europe and became linked with democracy.
For Order, the democracies institutionalized the global state; for Welfare, a global market system; and for Legitimacy, popular rule, resting on the moral principles of the freedom and equality of all humans.
But that still leaves huge room for argument about the type of market system. It focuses on challenges to global governance around problems of order, welfare and legitimacy. No future discussion of globalization would be complete without taking note of the powerful arguments and insights that are presented in this path breaking volume.globalization and says, "although in a simplistic sense globalization refers to a rapid global interconnection, deep and on large scale, such definition but requires now a more complex research".
Globalization can be linked to the local, the national and the regional. On the one. Nov 26, · In our new book, Renovating Democracy: Governing in the Age of Globalization and Digital Capitalism, we address the three greatest challenges on the horizon: how the participatory power of social media has been a game changer for democratic governance, the impact of digital capitalism on the future of work and social equality, and the challenge that China presents to a polarized and.
Dec 20, · Governing Globalization is the third book in the internationally acclaimed series on global transformations. The other two volumes are Global Transformations: Politics, Economics and Culture and The Global Transformations Reader: An Introduction to the Globalization Debate.
Globalisation is a term usually used to describe intercontinental economic, social and political; integration. This book gives a general overview of the concept of globalisation. It also attempts to define globalism in relation to globalisation. Globalism is employed in this book to describe networks of interdependence functioning at multi-continental distances.4/5(2).
Our topic is globalization. Before we dive into the books please tell us how you define the term. Globalization is the phenomenon of increasing interconnection between the world’s economies as reflected in the flow of goods, capital, people and ideas.
It is time to think about the contours of institutions and governance that would meet the needs of the world economy, and also polity, at least for the first quarter of the twenty-first century.
This book is the first to examine the subject in depth. Deepak Nayyar, an eminent economist.