9781137355164

Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism

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    9781137355164

  • ISBN10:

    1137355166

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-10-01
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Summary

Globalization involves structural changes in forms of state, society and culture, ecology and political economy and in ethics and expectations. In this IPE Classic, globalization and multilateralism are linked to questions of epistemology, ontology, and strategy, with a new Foreword and Preface. Epistemology entails critical questioning of the nature of knowledge and its foundations. Ontology concerns the significant factors in global political economy. Strategy involves how to move world affairs from its present condition towards normative goals enunciated in the MUNS programme, so as to promote collective ability to channel structural change in a more democratic direction.

Author Biography

Stephen Gill is Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science, York University, Toronto, Canada, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and was elected Distinguished Scholar in International Political Economy of the International Studies Association (2006). His publications include: The Global Political Economy (with David Law, 1988); American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission (1991 & 2009); Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations (1993 & 2010); Power, Production and Social Reproduction (with Isabella Bakker, 2003); Power and Resistance in the New World Order (2003 & 2008) and Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership (2011).

Table of Contents

Foreword; Timothy M. Shaw
Preface; Stephen Gill
1. Global Structural Change and Multilateralism; Stephen Gill
2. Finance, Production and Panopticism: Inequality, Risk and Resistance in an Era of Disciplinary Neo-Liberalism; Stephen Gill
3. Nordic Welfare Capitalism in the Emerging Global Political Economy; Magnus Ryner
4. Restructuring the Global Divison of Labour; James H Mittelman
5. New Global Migration Dynamics; Helene Pellerin - Identity, Interests and Idealogy: The Gendered Terrain of Global Restructuring; Isabella Bakker
6. Structural Adjustment and the G-7: Limits and Contradictions; Fantu Cheru and Stephen Gill
7. Global Environmental Issues and the World Bank; David Law
8. Atlantic Rivalries and the Collapse of the USSR; Kees Van Der Pijl
9. Civil Society and Political Economy in South and Southern Africa; Fantu Cheru
10. Some Reflections on the Oslo Symposium; Robert W Cox

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