This publication explores how a variety of international locations try to take care of the demanding situations of globalization. whereas the internalization of globalization proceeds in considerably other ways, there's a large technique of convergence happening round the politics of neoliberalism and a extra market-oriented model of capitalism. The ebook examines how particular social buildings, political cultures, styles of occasion and curiosity crew politics, periods, public regulations, liberal democratic and authoritarian associations, and the discourses that body them, are being reshaped through political actors. Chapters disguise nationwide reviews from Europe and North the US to Asia and Latin the United States (Chile, Mexico, and Peru).
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