Table of contents for Global shift : mapping the changing contours of the world economy / by Peter Dicken.

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I. The Shifting Contours of the Global Economy
1. Questioning "Globalization"
2. Global Shift: The Changing Global Economic Map
II. Processes of Global Shift
3. Technological Change: "Gales of Creative Destruction"
4. Transnational Corporations: The Primary "Movers and Shapers" of the Global Economy
5. "Webs of Enterprise": The Geography of Transnational Production Networks
6. "The State Is Dead…Long Live the State"
7. "Doing It Their Way": Variations in State Economic Policies
8. Dynamics of Conflict and Collaboration:
The Uneasy Relationship Between TNCs and States
III. The Picture in Different Sectors
9. "Fabric-ating Fashion": The Clothing Industries
10. "Wheels of Change": The Automobile Industry
11. "Chips with Everything": The Semiconductor Industry
12. "We Are What We Eat": The Agro-Food Industries
13. "Making the World Go Round": Financial Services
14. "Making the Connections, Moving the Goods":
The Logistics and Distribution Industries
IV. Winning and Losing in the Global Economy
15. Winning and Losing: An Introduction
16. Good or Bad? Evaluating the Impact of TNCs
on Home and Host Economies
17. Making a Living in Developed Countries:
Where Will the Jobs Come From?
18. Making a Living in Developing Countries: Sustaining Growth, Enhancing Equity, Ensuring Survival
19. Making the World a Better Place

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Industries -- History -- 20th century.
International economic relations.
International business enterprises.
Economic policy.
Globalization -- Economic aspects.
Technological innovations -- Economic aspects.