Spaces of Globalization: Reasserting the Power of the Local

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Author Index
Aglietta, M., 151
Agnew, J., and Corbridge, S., 249
Albert, M., 20
Albo, G., 12
Alchian, A., 104, 105, 106, 108
Alcock, A., 169
Altvater, E., 153
Amendola, G., Guerrieri, P., and Padoan, P., 22
Amin, A., 156, 161n5
Amin, A., and Thrift, N., 30, 31, 111n16, 122, 140, 143, 244, 246
Amin, S., Arrighi, G., Frank, A.G., and Wallerstein, I., 253
Anderson, B., 262
Andrews, G., 178
Archibugi, D., and Held, D., 242
Arrighi, G., Hopkins, T., and Wallerstein, I., 253
Argy, V., Brennan, A., and Stevens, G., 235n27
Asanuma, B., 20, 30
Åsbrink, E., and Heikenstein, L., 229
Ashley, R., 249-253
Ashley, R., and Walker, R., 251
Ashton, D., Green, F., and Hoskins, M., 133n4
Aydalot, P., 159
Ballance, R., 23
Barbash, J., 178
Barnet, R., and Muller, R., 182, 188
Barry, T., and Preusch, D., 171, 174, 180, 195n22, 195n24
Barthes, R., 275n12
Bartlett, C., and Ghoshal, S., 84
Battista, A., 171
Bauman, Z., 261, 265
Becattini, G., 34
Bendiner, B., 182-183
Bennington, G., 274n3
Bensel, R., 275n3
Berle, A., and Means, G., 27
Bianchi, P., 34, 38
Birch, A., 261
Bjerve, P.,222
Black, F., and Scholes, M., 92
Block, F., 52, 60n6
Bloomfield, G., 65
Bluestone, B., and Harrison, B., 46, 65, 66, 118
Bordo, M., and Jonung, L., 203
Borus, A., 65, 68
Bothwell, J., 109n2
Bourdieu, P., 146, 161n1
Boyer, R., 149, 152
Boyle, A., 234n14
Britton, J., and Gilmour, J., 60n3
Brown, B., 203
Brubaker, R., 258
Burawoy, M., 132n1, 133n2
Busch, G., 168, 193n3
Callaghan, J., 234n7
Calmfors, L., 233n3
Campbell, A., Converse, P., Miller, W., and Stokes, D., 267
Campbell, A., Gurin, G., and Miller, W., 267
Cappecchi, V., 42n3
Carnoy, M., 20, 22,25, 36
Casserini, K., 184
Cassiers, I., 152
Castells, M., 19, 116, 243-248, 251, 263
Caves, R., 23
Cerny, P., 230
Chandler, A., 47
Chase-Dunn, C., 264
Chen, Z., and Knez, P., 93
Christopherson, S., 57, 157
Clark, G., 91, 104, 106, 133n6
Clark, G., and O'Connor, K., 46
Clark, G., and Wrigley, N., 110n8
Clark, H., 265
Cochrane, A., 143
Connolly, W., 241, 243, 250, 252, 255, 265, 273
Cooke, P., 48, 137, 143
Cooke, P., and Morgan, K., 159
Cooke, P., Moulaert, F., Swyngedouw, E., Weinstein, O., and Wells, P, 159
Cooper, R., 105, 110n5

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