Globalization

Globalization

Tame It or Scrap It? : Mapping the Alternatives of the Anti-globalization Movement

eBook - 2004
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"Greg Buckman argues that economic globalization has never been an inevitable part of human history. This is persuasively articulated in the first half of the book, where a comprehensible overview is provided of how globalization came about. Globalization is eminently reversible and hugely resistible - as Buckman shows in the second half of the book, where he introduces and explains the alternatives of the anti-globalization movement."--Jacket.
Publisher: Dhaka : University Press ; Bangkok : White Lotus ; Nova Scotia : Fernwood Pub. ; Bangalore : Books for Change ; Kuala Lumpur : SIRD ; Cape Town : D. Philip ; London ; New York : Zed Books ; New York : Distributed in the USA by Palgrave Macmillan, 2004
ISBN: 9781848136946
1848136943
9781848131002
1848131003
9780864866578
0864866577
9789832535317
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9788187380986
8187380985
9781552661376
1552661377
9781842773819
184277381X
9781842773802
1842773801
Characteristics: 1 online resource (229 pages) : illustrations

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