Rethinking Global Political Economy: Emerging Issues, Unfolding Odysseys

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Index

a
Abu-Lughod, Janet 19
accountability 10 , 27 , 38 , 42
accumulation 27 , 41 , 91-2 , 94 , 97-9 , 103-5 , 109-13 , 124 , 126 , 132 , 166 , 175-7 , 188 , 197 , 202 , 204 , 230-1 ;
see also differential accumulation
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) 214
Acton, Lord 16
Adams, Brooks 95
Addison, Joseph 72
adjustment 12 , 18
Adorno, Theodor 74-5 , 77-9
advertising 29
Afghanistan 16
Africa/African 8 , 30 , 50 , 63 , 69 , 82 , 104 , 153 , 155-6 , 170 , 174 , 178 , 190 , 206
agents/agency 3 , 7 , 24-5 , 28 , 66 , 83 , 107 , 151 , 162 , 212 , 225 , 236
Agnew, John 53
agricultural/agriculture 30 , 32 , 171 , 174-5 , 177 , 180 , 184 , 186 , 215
Alcock, Norman 148
Algeria 16 , 70
alienation 11 , 16 , 79 , 111 , 195
Althusser, Louis 203
Amerindians 205
Amin, Samir 103
Amsterdam 49-50 , 60
Anatolia 100
Andean 91
Andrews, Julie 76
Antarctica 222
apartheid 70 , 149 , 156 , 203
Arabia/Arabian Peninsula 47 , 205
Arctic Ocean 47
Argentina 51 , 67 , 140
Aristotle 97
Arrighi, Giovanni 59-60
Articulation of Modes of Production (AMP) School 197 , 202-6
Asia 29 , 47 , 50 , 61 , 90-1 , 100-1 , 153 , 155 , 170 , 177 , 190 ;
East 170 , 177-8 ;
Southeast 29 , 104 , 220
Asian see Asia
Asian Crisis 102 , 166 , 170 , 175
Assyria 100
Atlantic Ocean 48-50 , 60
Australia 51
autonomy 6 , 7 , 16 , 18
Aztec 83

b
Babha, Homi 15-16
balance of payments 165
balance of trade 165 , 189
Balibar, Etienne 203
Baltic 49
Barry, Brian 199
Baudrillard, Jean 29
Beitz, Charles 199
Belgium 173
Bengal 51
Benin 50
Berger, John 71
Berlin Wall 190
Berman, Marshall 48
Bichler, Shimshon 110
Bin Laden, Usama 11
biopower 15-16
biosphere 29 , 217
biotechnology 132
Blaut, James M. 103
Bolivia 150
Bordeaux 60
borders see boundaries
Bortkiewicz, L. von 176
Bosnia 16
Boston 216

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Contributors xii
  • Series Editors' Preface xv
  • Part I - Introduction 1
  • 1 - New Odysseys in Global Political Economy 3
  • Notes 19
  • Part II - Aids to Navigation 21
  • 2 - Analytical Advances to Address New Dynamics 23
  • 3 - Metageographical Moments 46
  • Notes 64
  • 4 - Creating Global Hegemony 65
  • Part III - Sacking the City 87
  • 5 - Globalization as Global History 89
  • 6 - Mergers, Stagflation, and the Logic of Globalization 109
  • 7 - Global Dreams and Local Anger 147
  • Part IV - Repair of the World 163
  • 8 - Globalization, "New" Trade Theory, and a Keynesian Reformist Project 165
  • 9 - Exploitation and Solidarity 195
  • 10 - The Globalization of Human Affairs 211
  • Part V - Conclusion 227
  • 11 - Alternative Directions in the Study of the Global Political Economy 229
  • Bibliography 238
  • Index 285
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