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Talani / Roccu The Dark Side of Globalisation



1. Auflage 2019, 223 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 154 mm x 214 mm, Gewicht: 438 g Reihe: International Political Economy Series
ISBN: 978-3-030-05116-7
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Talani / Roccu The Dark Side of Globalisation

Firmly rooted in the International Political Economy (IPE) tradition, this book addresses the negative consequences of globalisation, what is termed here the ‘dark side of globalisation’. It explores different definitions of globalisation, whether the globalisation we have seen since the 1970s is substantially new, and to what extent it can be governed. Building on these foundations, the work assesses the prospects for de-globalisation. By focusing on this dark side of globalistion, the authors show how the global economic crisis, and its various local and sectorial manifestations, intensified – rather than generated – existing trends. This scholarship provides an account of the current predicament that is both more complex and more persuasive than the opposition between globalisation and de-globalisation.

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1. Introduction: The Globalisation Debate: From De-Globalisation to the Dark Side of Globalisation
Part 1: The Dark Side in the Global Economy

2. Chapter 2: Dark Futures: Super-Rich Farmers and Derivatives Markets in an Unstable World
3. Chapter 3: The Dark Side of Global Production Networks: Economic 'Rebalancing' and Labour Exploitation in China's Contemporary Political Economy
4. Chapter 4: Globalisation and Irregular Migration: Does Deterrence Work?
Part 2: Europe and the Dark Side of Globalisation

5. Chapter 5: Traditional Organised Crime on the Move. Exploring the Globalisation of the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta
6. Chapter 6: Placing Austerity in Context: The Greek Case Between Neo-Liberal Globalisation and an Ordoliberal EU
7. Chapter 7: The Italian Way to Globalisation: Moving to the Dark Side. Between Irregular Migration and the Underground Economy
8. Chapter 8: The Shadow of Violence and Intervention: Balkan Wars as an Extralegal Deal


Talani, Leila Simona

Leila Simona Talani is Professor of International Political Economy in the Department of European and International Studies at King's College London, UK.

Roberto Roccu is Senior Lecturer in International Political Economy in the Department of European and International Studies at King's College London, UK.



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