Table of contents for World system structure : continuity and change / edited by W. Ladd Hollist and James N. Rosenau.

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W Ladd Hollist World System Debates Part One
A World System Conceptualization and Alternative World Order Perspectives Christopher Chase-Dunn Interstate System and Capitalist World-Economy
One Logic or Two? Patrick J McGowan and Bohdan Kordan Imperialism in World-System Perspective
Britain 1870-1914 Hayward R Alker Jr Dialectical Foundations of Global Disparities Johan Galtung Global Processes and the World in the 1980s Part Two
Change and Continuity James A Caporaso Industrialization in the Periphery
The Evolving Global Division of Labour Stephen D Krasner Transforming International Regimes
What the Third World Wants and Why W Ladd Hollist Brazilian Dependence
An Evolutionary World-System Perspective Part Three
State and Class Relations Raymond D Duvall and John R Freeman The State and Dependant Capitalism Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff Class Structures in Developing Societies Part Four
Toward Theory Construction
Alternative Conclusions James N Rosenau Interpreting Aggregative Processes in the International Political Economy
Third World Demands as Empirical Data W Ladd Hollist Anticipating World System Theory Synthesis

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International economic relations -- Addresses, essays, lectures.