Spaces of Globalization: Reasserting the Power of the Local

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Subject Index
Advanced manufacturing technologies (AMT), Canadian use of; study, 53-57
AFL-CIO, 170, 171, 173, 176, 177, 181-182, 184
anti-Soviet policy, 174
Alchian's model of economic selection, 104, 105, 108
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 170, 173-174,175-176,177
American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), 177, 179-180
Arthur Andersen's Guide to Corporate Exposure Management, 109n3
Apartheid, 184-185
Ashley, R., 252, 253
Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), 109n3
Austria, 203
Automobiles, 24
production, 182-183
See also Honda Motor Co.
Bank deposits, 234n11
Bank of England, 139
Bankruptcies, 137-140
Barings Bank, 137, 138-139, 159
Boundaries, national, 7
Bretton Woods agreement, 154, 155, 201, 223
Bridge building policy, 226
British Leyland. See new name Rover Group
Business hierarchies, global, 23-26
Callaghan, James, 234n7
Canada, 60n10
advanced manufacturing technologies; study, 53-57
macroregulatory framework, 57
Capital, 58, 125, 132
classical theory, 188
concepts of, 128-131
distributional politics and, 115
labor and, 149-150, 185-191, 212-213
mobility of, 9, 10, 46, 119-126,201-206, 210
productive; spatial limits, 45-59
Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), 91
Capital goods, 49
Capitalism, 146
global, 31-32
historical geography of, 144-145
Capital theory (classical), 188
Caribbean, 177-181
Castells, Manuel; The Informational City, 244-248
Center on Transnational Corporations, 169
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 174, 176
Chicago Board of Trade, 111n15
Christopherson, S., 57
Clark, Gordon L., 8-9, 89-108, 133-134n6
Clothing industry, 24
The Cold War, 174-177
Commodity trade, 22
Communications, 35, 54
space-transcending technologies, 47, 105, 120
See also Telecommunications media
Community, ideas of, 251, 255-256
Competition
hierarchy, regulation, and, 36-41
international, 155
product-based forms of, 122
spatial scale and, 150-151
wage regulation and, 149
weak versus strong, 129-130, 134n11
Competitive austerity, 12
Components; sourcing, localization of, 75-76
Computer industry; globalization, pattern of, 24
Confederacion Regional Obrera Mexicana (CROM), 177-178
Confederacion de Trabajadores de America Latina (CTAL), 178-179
Confederacion Interamericana de Trabajadores (CIT), 179
Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 170, 175-176
Connolly, W., 241, 255
Corporations, multinational, 7, 64-67
vertically disintegrated firms, 121
See also Honda Motor Co.
Cox, Kevin R., 1-17, 115-132

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