Books in category Political Science – Globalization

  • Global Monetary Union On the political and economic common sense of common cents

    Global Monetary Union – On the political and economic common sense of common cents

    Section II, shows that political desirability is balanced by economic utility. It reduces transaction costs, eliminates the need to deal with exchange rate uncertainty and increased macroeconomic stability through monetary integration.

  • Multi Stakeholder Governance and the Internet Governance Forum

    Multi-Stakeholder Governance and the Internet Governance Forum
    Jeremy Malcolm

    In this book, Jeremy Malcolm examines the new model of multi-stakeholder governance for the Internet regime that the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) represents.

  • Social Sciences for an Other Politics

    Social Sciences for an Other Politics
    Ana Cecilia Dinerstein

    This book opens up a unique intellectual space where eleven female scholar-activists explore alternative forms of theorising social reality.

  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development in Emerging Economies

    Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development in Emerging Economies
    Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi, Roopinder Oberoi

    This book analyzes issues related to multinational corporations, their immense economic and political influence in a globalized world, and corporate social responsibility.

  • South Asia in the World

    South Asia in the World
    Susan Snow Wadley

    This is the first book in M. E. Sharpe's new Foundations in Global Studies series and it offers a comprehensive introduction to this important region.

  • Vulnerability Exploitation and Migrants

    Vulnerability, Exploitation and Migrants
    Gary Craig, Louise Waite, Hannah Lewis, Klara Skrivankova

    This book explores the lives of the growing numbers of severely exploited labourers in the world today, questioning how we can respond to such globalized patterns of extreme inequality.

  • Making People Illegal

    Making People Illegal
    Catherine Dauvergne

    Making People Illegal evaluates why migration law in the twenty-first century is markedly different from even the recent past, and argues that this is a harbinger of paradigm shift in the rule of law."–BOOK JACKET.

  • Eurafrica

    Eurafrica
    Peo Hansen, Stefan Jonsson

    The book will recover a critical conception of the nexus between Europe and Africa – a relationship of significance across the humanities and social sciences.

  • When Globalization Fails

    When Globalization Fails
    James Macdonald

    Taking this question as its starting point, James Macdonald's When Globalization Fails offers a rich, original account of war, peace, and trade in the twentieth century—and a cautionary tale for the twenty-first.

  • Blood and Fire

    Blood and Fire
    Sharryn Kasmir, August Carbonella

    The contributors to this volume highlight the growing disconnect between labor struggles and the advancement of the greater common good, a phenomenon that has grown since the 1980s.

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