- Challenges neoliberal assumptions on the nature of globalization
- Provides a conceptual overview of how globalization is a spatial process and of its relation to capitalism
- Explores whether we are in fact living in a more ‘globalized’ world or only in a more ‘internationalized’ one
- Considers arguments concerning whether ‘globalization’ is a new phenomenon or simply the latest manifestation of processes many hundreds of years in the making
- Focuses on how nation-states have shaped, and been shaped by, contemporary processes of ‘globalization’, how ‘globalization’ has been imagined discursively, and how workers are responding to such processes
- Explores how workers are creating new organizing strategies in response to ‘globalization’
List of Tables.
A Note on Terminology, Naming, and the Calculation of Historical Monetary Values.
List of Abbreviations.
2. Envisioning Global Visions.
3. Interpreting Globalization.
4. Talking Globalization.
5. Globalizing Empires.
6. Manufacturing Globalization.
7. Governing Globalization.
8. Globalizing Labor.