Table of contents for Remaking the global economy : economic-geographical perspectives / edited by Jamie Peck and Henry Wai-Chung Yeung.


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PART ONE              GROUNDING GLOBAL FLOWS

2  'Placing' firms: grounding the debate on the
   'global' corporation
   Peter Dicken

3  Globalization, transnationalism, and the Asia-Pacific
   Neil M. Coe, Philip F. Kelly and Kris 0Olds

4  The marginalization of everywhere? Emerging
   geographies of emerging markets
   Roger Lee

5  The globalization of environmental management:
    international investment in the water, waste.-water
    and solid waste industries
    Erica Schoenberger





PART TWO          PLACING GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE

6 The spatial life of things: the real world of practice
   within the global firm
   Meric S. Gerder

7 Spaces of corporate learning
   Ash Amin

8 The might of 'might': how social power is being
    refigured
    Nigel Thrift

9 Beyond the cluster - local milieus and global connections
   Anders Malmberg


PART THREE            REFIGURING GLOBAL RULES

10 Making global rules: globalization or neoliberalization?
    Adam Tickell and jamie Peck

11 Globalization: Faustian bargain, dlevelopment saviour
    or more of the same? The case of the develop)ing
    world and the emerging international trade regime
    Amy Glasmeier and Michael Conroy

12 'Glocalization' as a state spatial strategy: urban
    entrepreneurialism and the new politics of uneven
    development in western Europe
    Neil Brenner

13 Global production systems and European integration:
    de-regionalizing, re-regionalizing and re-scaling
    production systems in Europe
    Ray Hudson





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Economic geography, Globalization, International economic relations