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Globalization : Neoliberal Challenge, Radical Responses.

Author/Creator:
Went, Robert.
Publication:
London : Pluto Press, 2000.
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Book
1 online resource (182 pages)
Edition:
1st ed.
Series:
IIRE (International Institute for Research and Education)
IIRE (International Institute for Research and Education)
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Subjects:
International economic relations.
International business enterprises.
Capitalism.
Socialism.
Globalization.
Developing countries -- Foreign economic relations.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
Putting globalization into a historical perspective, Went convincingly demonstrates that it is not an unavoidable process, but one that the Left can successfully mobilise against.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
List of Figures and Tables
Foreward
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Abbreviations
1. Globalization: What's New about It?
2. Globalization: A Product of Technological Change?
3. Long Waves of Capitalist Development
4. Stagnation and Restructuring: Towards a New Expansion?
5. Globalization Under Fire
Notes
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Bibliography
Index
Africa
6
72
Africa,
35
46
Age of Illusion 118
Alcatel Alsthom 97
Algeria 20
Alliance Party [New Zealand] 27
Allianz 20
Amsterdam 33
Angell, Norman 118
APEC 21
Argentina
18
112-13
Asia
6
21
24
34-5
44
46
59
Assicurazioni Generali 20
AT&
T 20
Atlantic 16
Australia 18
Austria
19
32
AXA 19
Baden-Württemburg 30
Bangladesh 20
Bank of America 20
Barings Bank 110
Barre, Raymond 87
Basel 60
BCCI 59
Beaverton [Oregon] 17
Belgium
18
28
70
Berlin Wall 92
Bermuda 138n8
Beveridge 150n5
BIS
3
9
12
15
23
60
97
Bloomberg 61
Boeing
20
24
Bolger 27
Bolkestein, Frits
64
137-8n7
Bombay 17
Bonn 86-7
BP Amoco 19
Brazil
18
40
112
116
Brenner, Robert 150n52
Bridges, William 85
Britain
32
42
45
53
57-8
85.See
Brunner, Karl 146n20
Bulgaria 112
Business Week
1
29
120
California 72
Camdessus, Michel 113
Canada
18
21
25
68
111.
Carter, Jimmy 86
Carville, James 1
Catholic Trades Union [Netherlands] 87
Cayman Islands 138n8
Central Europe 45
Central Planning Bureau [Netherlands] 140n3
Chiapas 111
Chile
19
112
China
17-18
25
28
75
113
Christian Democracy
80
92
CIA
25
67.
133n45
Citigroup 19
Clinton, Bill
1
25
112-14
Cold War
25
76
150n5
Colombia 19
Commodification 42-3
Communism 78
Communist Manifesto 130n13
Conservative Party [Britain] 42
Continental Illinois Bank 137n110
Council of Economic Advisers[US] 85
Croatia 32
Crédit Suisse 20
Cuatitlan [Mexico] 126
Cuba 92
Czech Republic
20
28
Dai-ichi Mutual Life 20
Daimler Benz 9
DaimlerChrysler 19
Das Kapital
65
72
89
140n5
Davos 113
DDT 40
De Gaulle, Charles 64
De Wolff 141n6
Debt
27
46
79
89
113-14
119
Del Monte 25
Democracy
6
41-3
94
108
118
121
Den Uyl, Joop 87
Denmark 19
Depression
57
75-6
Desert Storm 113
Deutsche Bank 20
Duivestijn, Adrie 31
Dunning, J. 9
Dupriez
66
69
Dynamic System Modellers 70
East Asia
35
110
Eastern Bloc 110-11
Eastern Europe
27
33
37
44-5
51
53
59
EBS 60
Ecology
6
24
39-41
43
83
93
Economist
29
120
Egypt 19
Engels, Friedrich 130n13
England
34
48
87
110
136n102.See
EU
4
9
12
21
24-5
30-1
39
Eurodollars
58
138n8
Europe
3
16
24-5
29-31
34
53-4
European 48
European Central Bank
41
88
97
European Monetary System 109
European Monetary Union
3
151n5.See also
European Roundtable 34
European Single Market Act 58
Exxon 19
Farmer 28
FDI
12-13
18
44-5
Federal Reserve [US]
15
88
139n3
Feminism 127.See also
Fiat 20
Finance
3-4
6
13-15
23-4
26-8
Finland 19
First World War
12-13
53
106
118
120
Ford
19
55
126
Fordism
78-9
95
101
103
107
Forrester, Jay 70
Fortis 20.
Foundation for Labour[Netherlands]
79
143-4n43
France
9
18
28
45
48
68
75-8
Frankfurt 113
Freeman, Christopher 70
Friedman, Milton 146n20
Fukuyama, Francis 92
G
G 2
G 9
G 97
G 106
G 109
G 114
G 126
G-
G 22
G 77
GATT
22
26
42
57
61
General Electric
19
55
General Motors
19
55
Geneva
22
40-41
Germany
18
30
32
45
58
76-7
Giant 136n103
Global assembly line
16-17
94
Golden Age
5
75-6
78
82
87
97
101
Goldman Sachs 114
Governance
9
51
109
115.
Greece
8
19
Greenspan, Alan 15
Gresham's Law 97
Guinea-Bissau 41
Gulf War 113
Hampshire]
13
53
55-7
79
82
84
91
Harrod, Roy 85
Harvard University 120
Heller, Walter 85
Henwood, Doug 1
Henzler, Heinrich 30
Hewlett-Packard 20
Hitachi 20
Hobsbawm, Eric
64
75
Honda 20
Hong Kong
19
113
138n8
House of Commons [Britain] 136n102
Hsbc Holdings 20
Hungary
20
32
37
113
IBM 19
Ikea 94
IMF
2
9-10
23
27
37
42
51
India
17-18
59
105
Indonesia
17
19
113
Industrial Union [Netherlands] 87
Inequality
6
34-37
43
100-2
105
Information technology
100-1
103
Ing Group 20
International Labour Organisation 17
Internet
100
125
Iran 19
Israel
19
135n82
Italy
18
27
68
76-8
80-2
86
Itochu 19
Japan
12
18
21
25
28
39-40
Jaramillo, Luis Fernando 22
Johnson, Harry G. 146n20
Kautsky, Karl 141n15
Kennedy, John F. 85
Keynes, John Maynard
14
30
78
96
107
150n5
Keynesianism
75
78-9
86-7
91
96
117
Kohl, Helmut 92
Kondratiev, Nikolai
66.
68-9
141n15
Korean War 76
Krugman, Paul
1
105
Labour Party [Netherlands] 31
Lafontaine, Oskar 107
Latin America
22
28
35
44
76
101
Lawson, Nigel 42
Left
6
104
122
125-7
Lelystad [Netherlands] 136n103
Lenin, V.I. 141n15
Leuven, University of 2
Lichtenstein 138n8
London
28
58
94
113
138n8
Long waves
5
64
66-74
77-8
82-4
91
Long-Term Capital Management
15
110
Lubbers, Ruud 92
Luxemburg 138n8
Maastricht Treaty
3
24
31
58
92
Malawi 32
Malaysia
19
59
Mandel, Ernest
66
70
74
82
144n51
Mandela, Nelson 27
Marubeni 19
Marx, Karl
62
65
72
89
130n13
Marxism
5
62
64-6
72
77
84
Matsushita Electric 20
Mensch, Gerhard 70
MERCOSUR 9
Mergers 12-13
Metro 20
Mexico
6
18
21
25
28
38
44
Mexico City 126
Middle East
46
76
Migration
6
24
32-4
43
50
Minex 60
Minnesota 39-40
MIT 70
Mitsubishi 19
Mitsui 19
Mitterand, François 92
Mobil 20
Monaco 138n8
Morgan Crucible 28
Morocco 112
Moscow
66
138n8
Multilateral Agreement on Investment 119
Multinationals
9
12-13
16
18-22
25
28
Nader, Ralph 41
NAFTA
4
9
21
25
39
41
61
97
Narodny Bank 138n8
National Party [New Zealand] 27
Nestlé 20
Netherlands
18
25
28
31-2
49
52
58
New World Order 117
New York 13
New Zealand
20
27
34
NGOs
106
126
NICs 45-6
Nigeria 112
Nike 17
Nippon Life 20
Nippon T&
T 19
Nissan
20
136n102
Nissho Iwai 19
Nixon, Richard
57
75
Nobel Prize
1
119
146n20
North
22
35
45
53
119
121.
North Africa
46
76.
North America
16
32
41
96
138n8
Norway 19
OECD
2
8
10
16
22
26-7
30
OTC derivatives
15
119
Pacific
21
40
Pakistan 20
Parvus
66
141n6
Pax Americana 79
Paye, Jean-Claude 26
Peru 20
Petrella, Ricardo 2
Philip Morris 20
Philippines 19
Poland 19
Portugal
19
88
Privatisation
2
6
8
10
30-2
36-7
44
Quotron 61
Rand 72
Reagan, Ronald
49
92
137n110
Regional blocs
9
21-2
95
Renault 127
Reuters 60-1
Ricupero, Rubens 34-6
Rostow, Walt 70
Rotterdam 148n48
Rubin, Robert 114
Russia
18
66
105
110
112
116
Saint Paul [Minnesota] 39
Salvation Army 34
Samuelson, Paul 66
Schmidt, Helmut 86
Schumpeter, Joseph
66
69-70
107
Seattle
1-2
119-20
Second World War
10
57
75-6
78-9
82
84
Senate [US] 113
Serbia 32
Shanghai 28
Shell
19
87
89
127
Siberia 66
Siemens 20
Singapore
19
110
Sint 31
Slovenia 32
Social Darwinism 109
Social Democracy 80
Social-Economic Council[Netherlands] 29
Société Générale 97
Sony 20
Soros, George
113
116
South Africa
19
27
72
South America 76
South Korea
17-18
59
116
Southeast Asia
23
115
Soviet Union
27
33
37
44
92
105
Sovietologists 110
Spain
18
77
86
88
98-9
Sri Lanka 149n48
Stability Pact
3
31
Stalin, Joseph 66
State
2
10
31
33
43
48-50
74
State Farm Insurance 20
Stikker
79-80
143-4n43
Stoleru 75
Structural Adjustment Programmes 58
Sumitomo 19
Sweden
19
94
Swissair 17
Switzerland
18
49
146n20
Taiwan
17
115
136n103
Taylorism
78
95
150n3
Technology
2.
4-5.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Went, Robert Globalization
ISBN:
9781849640435
9780745314273
OCLC:
50791764