Emerging Issues in the 21st Century World-system: New theoretical directions for the 21st century world-system, Band 2
As one-half of the latest edition of Immanuel Wallerstein's Political Economy of the World-System series, this collection offers cutting-edge theoretical directions to explain the structural crises of the 21st-century world- system. Contributors argue that the capitalist world system has reached a critical bifurcation point, a short period which will be characterized by a sudden shift in the long-term structural forces that have created and sustained the world as we know it. Writers challenge conventional thinking about the most significant structural crises that face the 21st-century world-system, including terrorism, debt, the growth of megacities as global actors, the emergence of a powerful transnational capitalist class, and the world ecological crisis.
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Has Terrorism Changed the WorldSystem Forever?
Intellectuals in an Age of Transition
The Feminist Face of WorldSystemic Change
Structural Crises of the Modern WorldSystem
Systemic Crises and Neoliberalism Conceptualizing Globalization for the Early 21st Century
The Transnational Capitalist Class and the Rise of a Transnational State
Debt and Resurrection Prognosis for the Periphery in the 21st Century
Cities in the 21st Century WorldSystem
US Hegemony and East Asia An Exploration of Chinas Challenge in the 21st Century
The 21st Century WorldEcosystem
Womens Labor and Nature The 21st Century WorldSystem from a Radical Ecofeminist Perspective
The 21st Century WorldEcosystem Dissipation Chaos or Transition?
The Future of WorldSystem Analysis
Globalization and Competing Paradigms in WorldSystem Analysis
WorldSystem Analysis as Critical Theory for the 21st Century
The System of Future Worlds Can Analysis Outlive the Capitalist WorldSystem?