Globalization in Question ebook
by Paul Hirst,Grahame Thompson,Simon Bromley
Will Hutton, The Observer
Temporarily out of stock. Will Hutton, The Observer. A timely and critical study of the current discussion about thenature and prospects of a global economy.
A new author has been added to strengthen the analytical embrace of the book given the untimely death of Paul Hirst in 2003.
Globalization in Question: The International Economy and the Possibilities of Governance is a text on globalization by Paul Hirst, Grahame Thompson and Simon Bromley, published in 1996 by Polity Press. Hirst and Thompson note that globalization is an important topic, not only in economics, but also in the social, political and managerial sciences. There is much talk of the "global village" and it is often argued that a truly global economy has emerged, or is in the process of emerging.
Paul Hirst and Grahame Thompson offer one of the best and most iconoclastic attempts yet at mapping the new .
Paul Hirst and Grahame Thompson offer one of the best and most iconoclastic attempts yet at mapping the new global economy. A timely and critical study of the current discussion about the nature and prospects of a global economy. One of those rare books that deserve to be read across the social sciences, from economics to politics, sociology and anthropology.
This is a book on the history and politics of the Internet with a focus on the impact of ICTs on the distribution of power.
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