Later a lot of research works were published by S. Õ, Transactionsof the Institute of British Geographers , Vol. This results in the decline oftraditional industries such as mining and plantations in many Southeast Asiancountries. Standard Texts Each of you is expected tohave read and be familiar with the following texts. This course is structured to reflect these dynamictrends and strategies in the global economy. To capture greatervalue-added activities and to share the success of the global economy, manycountries begin to develop strategic plans for their industrialization processes.
The distinctive province of a critical orientation to globalization is coming to be defined by a complex of five interacting components: reflexivity, historicism, decentering, crossovers between social inquiry and other streams of knowledge, and an emphasis on strategic transformations. We have no references for this item. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about. Their main concern is to remain competitive in the global economyand, yet, to capture value-added activities mainly through the local presenceof foreign investments. Seminar topic:Critically evaluate the role of nation states in governing today's worldeconomy. How dothey respond to these pressures? It rests on the importance of place, making the book a particularly fitting testament.
Previously, he was a professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin—Madison and the University of Manchester. Dicken, Peter, Kelly, Philip,Olds, Kris and Yeung, Henry Wai-chung 2001 , ÔChains and networks, territoriesand scales: towards an analytical framework for the global economyÕ, GlobalNetworks ,Vol. The internationalization of nationstates 18 September 2007 Lecture: Whatare the pressures faced by nation states in today's globalized economy? Therefore, more insight in the usefulness of various theoretical governance approaches is important in the construction of a more appropriate explanation. These case studies are located in both medium-sized and large cities on several geographical locations in the Netherlands. A final concern of governmentsis related to specialization and hence trade.
Copyright c 2006 The Authors. Peet, Richard 2007 , Geographies of Power: Making Global Economy Policy , London: ZedBooks. Yeung,Henry Wai-chung 2002 , Entrepreneurship and the Internationalisation ofAsian Firms: An Institutional Perspective , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, Chapter 3. Presentation of research papers 30October 2007 Lecture 11. The deadline for submissionis Sunday 11 November 2007. It rests on the importance of place, making the book a particularly fitting testament.
Zhou,Yu and Tong, Xing 2003 , ÔAn innovative region in China: interaction betweenmultinational corporations and local firms in a high-tech cluster in BeijingÕ, EconomicGeography ,Vol. At its best, it makes a vigorous case for a geographical understanding of globalization. One research paper to be presented during andhanded in after Lecture 10 30%. Globalization: Faustian Bargain, Development Saviour or More of the Same? With contributions from leading figures in the globalization debate, the book explores the latest thinking and research, as well as the enduring controversies, across a range of interrelated issues, including: - firm strategies and business knowledge - interactions between firms and nation states - production and innovation systems - transnationalism and labour markets - state restructuring Each of the specially commissioned chapters presents. Technological development in advancedindustrialized economies, for example, has reduced the need for primaryproducts in the production processes. Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. As the access to this document is restricted, you may want to for a different version of it.
Our conclusions are in line with the multi-scalar meta-governance approach, in which the neoliberal restructuring of the welfare state in conjunction with a robust regulation of the cities is emphasised. Each student will take responsibility for preparing a research paper 2,000 - 3,000 words and presenting it at the end of the module. With research interests in urban restructuring, geographical political economy, labor studies, the politics of policy formation and mobility, and economic geography, he is currently working on theories of capitalist restructuring and the political economy of neoliberalization. This allows to link your profile to this item. Jansson, Hans 2007 , International BusinessStrategy in Emerging Country Markets: The Institutional Network Approach , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Kelly and Kris Olds -- The marginalization of everywhere? You can help adding them by using. Tokatli, Nebahat 2007 , ÔAsymmetrical powerrelations and upgrading among suppliers of global clothing brands: Hugo Boss inTurkeyÕ, Journal of Economic Geography , Vol. Ietto-Gillies, Grazia 2005 , Transnational Corporationsand International Production: Concepts, Theories and Effects , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. So book it as soon as possible with me. Previously, he was a professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Manchester. Organisation for Economic Cooperation andDevelopment: data on various economies 3.
Giroud,Axele 2003 , Transnational Corporations, Technology and EconomicDevelopment: Backward Linkages and Knowledge Transfer in South-East Asia , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar,Chapters 3-4. Seeking to move beyond the sometimes rather one-sided representations of policies that find themselves on the move, the article seeks to connect the 'exporting' and 'importing' zones of policy transfer, arguing for an open and permeable conceptualization of these places. Ricart, Joan Enric, Enright, Michael J. Gritsch, Maria 2005 , ÔThe nation-state and economicglobalization: soft geo-politics and increased state autonomyÕ, Review ofInternational Political Economy ,Vol. From a critical perspective, precisely what kind of knowledge about globalization is meaningful? They are essential to the course and theexamination. Dicken,Peter 2007 , Global Shift: Mapping the Changing Contours of the WorldEconomy ,Fifth Edition, London: Sage.