The Era Of Global Transition

Author: Robert W. Davies
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230348769
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Critically, The Era of Global Transition provides a framework that helps readers and companies to develop a new strategy that will help their organizations face an unexplored world.

The Era Of Global Transition

Author: R. Davies
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137283483
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Davies explores and questions the central business challenges of a world in transition.

Good Governance In The Era Of Global Neoliberalism

Author: Jolle Demmers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134296487
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In situations of post-settlement peace building it is often emphasised that, in order
to create a self-sustaining peace, a triple transition is needed, combining
economic reform and political democratisation with changes in the security
regime. The idea of the triple transition can be seen as an international agenda of
economic liberalisation and good governance that is adapted to war-torn
societies by adding security issues. The three transitions are generally seen as
complementary to ...

Mobilizing The Community

Author: Robert Fisher
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780803942479
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Using empirically-based case studies as well as theoretical essays, this volume offers suggestions for strategy, ideology and leadership that will enhance the potential of grassroots mobilization.

Education In The Era Of Globalization

Author: Klas Roth
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402059450
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This book attempts to address the challenge of globalization to education in the broadest sense of the concept of education. The various texts are written by some of the most famous and interesting scholars in the field.

People Power In An Era Of Global Crisis

Author: Barry K. Gills
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317967437
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Era. of. Global. Crisis. A quarter of a century has now passed since the historic
popular uprising that led to the overthrow of the Ferdinand Marcos dictatorship in
the Philippines. The mass movement known as the “People Power Revolution”
was not only pivotal to the democratic transition within the Philippines, but it also
became an inspiration for subsequent mass movements leading to further
democratic transitions throughout the Third World and in the former Communist
bloc in ...

Global Society In Transition An International Politics Reader

Author: Daniel N. Nelson
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041188878
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The Asian financial crisis affecting Indonesia, South Korea and Hong Kong,
among others, continues to have global repercussions. The current situation was
presaged by the 1994 peso crisis, when Mexico was the first country to
experience the latest round of international financial turmoil. Two commonalties
between the debt crisis of the 1980s and the peso crisis of 1994 are central to this
chapter. First, both occurred in an era of global finance and involved private
capital.

After Liberalism

Author: R. Friedman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 113730376X
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Michael Cox If international affairs can be defined in terms of decades, then it is
commonto think of the 1960s as a decade of revolt, the 1970s as an era of global
transition, the 1980s as an era when the Cold War came to an end, and the
1990s as a decade of liberal triumph when all sorts of dreams could be dreamed
about a world inwhich a happy marriage between markets, democracy, and a
benign American empire would produce an even more robust liberal order.
Indeed, the ten ...

Social Theory Power And Identity In The Global Era

Author: Roberta Garner
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442601558
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... will encounter three leading continental theorists: Michel Foucault and Pierre
Bourdieu in France, and Jür- gen Habermas in Germany. What forces shaped
their ideas? Much theoretical work in Europe during this period was an effort to
sort through Marxist theory, retaining the negative-critical perspective on modern
society, the analysis of capitalism, and the emancipating vision while dropping
the ideal of the vanguard party and hopes for a rather rapid global transition to
socialism.

Societies Networks And Transitions Volume I A Global History

Author: Craig Lockard
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0618386122
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600 C.E. he Classical Era, roughly the centuries between 600 B.C.E. and 600
C.E., was a formative period that saw a flourishing of societies and networks in
nearly every inhabited part of the globe. The foundations for this era had been
laid with the agricultural transition and the rise of the first cities and states in both
the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. The classical societies typically became
more complex and often larger than their ancient predecessors. The era's art,
literature, ...