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The no-nonsense guide to globalization

The no-nonsense guide to globalization

Ellwood, Wayne

Globalization is all around us. Every aspect of our life is affected by global economics and communications. This guide condenses this complex world into a concise commentary. Globalisation has become one of the most used and encompassing words over the past decade, of undeniable influence in economics, politics and activism. Globalisation is literally all around; every aspect of life is affected by a global structure of communication and economy. This fully revised and updated guide condenses this complex subject into clear, concise commentary. It examines the debt trap, the acceleration of neoliberalism, competition for energy resources, the links between the war on terror, the arms trade and the alternatives to corporate control

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Published Oxford: New Internationalist, 2010

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Statement of responsibility: Wayne Ellwood
ISBN: 1771130555, 9781771130554
Note: Previous ed.: 2006.
Note: Formerly CIP.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 152 p. : ill., maps
Subject: Globalization; Politics & government; Industry; Economic development.; Industry & industrial studies; Developing countries Foreign economic relations.; International economic relations.; Globalization.
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Other formats: Also available in printed form ISBN 9781906523473