Economic Globalisation: Dialectics, Conceptualisation And Choice
AbstractThis paper provides an analytical foundation for use of the term 'globalisation' when examining processes of economic development. A meeting ground is suggested for those that argue in favour of globalisation and those that are often, but in our view inappropriately, labelled as 'anti-globalisation'. We see economic globalisation as a process in which new technologies and a new geography imply the possibility of strategic decisions that result in alterations to the prospects for, and forms of, economic development. A spectrum of possibilities for different forms of globalisation is identified, focusing in particular on 'elite globalisation' and 'democratic globalisation'. Copyright 2005, Oxford University Press.
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Volume (Year): 24 (2005)
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