9780415473842

Hegemonic Transitions, the State and Crisis in Neoliberal Capitalism

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415473842

  • ISBN10:

    0415473845

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-01-29
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

Offering a unique opportunity to make conceptual connections between neoliberalism and political authority, this book examines the transformation in the world economy as an outcome of historically specific social relations.

Table of Contents

Hegemonic Transitions, the State, and Crisis in Neoliberalism
Global Power in World Historical Context: Citizenship and the State
Global Citizenship and Multiple Sovereignties: Reconstituting Modernity
Tracking the Transnational Capitalist Class: The View From on High
Global State Formation and Global Democracy: A World Historical Perspective
Global Authority: Finance, Health, and Food
The US Treasury and the Re-emergence of Global Finance
Calling the Shots: Global Networks of Trade in Vaccines
The Human Right to Food: 'Voluntary Guidelines' Negotiations
Reconfiguring States and the Economy: The Fragile Diversity of Neoliberali sm
The Divergent Roles of Political and Economic Elites in NAFTA Countries
Islamic Engagement with European Universalism: State Transformation in Turkey
Privatization and Corporate Reforms in Post-Soviet Tatarstan
Paradoxes of Citizenship: The Recomposition of Social Solidarity N etworks
A Cultural Turn in Politics: Bourgeois Class Identity and White-Turk Discourses
The Permanent State of Exception: International Administration in Kosovo
Left-Indigenous Politics in Bolivia: The Constituent Assembly and Evo Morales
The Brazilian Landless Movement: Mobilization for Transformative Politics
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