Globalisation, local capitalism and fishery communities in change
The article discusses relations between globalisation and local capitalism. Despite an increased globalisation of the international economy, economic actors continue to be spatially and culturally situated. A methodology to discuss global/local relations is presented, and applied in a fishery-dependent region in Norway. An intensive study of two important fishery communities describes and explains how spatial and cultural conditions influence the integration of fish processing firms in the global economy.
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