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Alternatives to globalization

Alternatives to globalization

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Published by The Foundation .
Written in English


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FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages197
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Open LibraryOL9180843M
ISBN 10971870745X
ISBN 109789718707456
OCLC/WorldCa43207403

Alternatives to Economic Globalization by John Cavanagh et al. Book Description: Written by a premier group of thinkers from around the world, Alternatives to Economic Globalization is the defining document of the antiglobalization movement. The culmination of a three-year project by the International Forum on Globalization, whose members include Ralph Nader, David Korten, John Cavanagh, Lori. Globalization Alternative modernities Volume 2 of Millennial quartet Public Culture's Millennial Quartet Vol Issue 1 of a Public Culture Book e-Duke books scholarly collection: Editor: Arjun Appadurai: Contributors: Achille Mbembe, Philippe Rekacewicz, Andreas Huyssen, Boubacar Touré Mandémory: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher2/5(3).

In this book, based on his highly successful Sociology of the Global System, Leslie Sklair focuses on alternatives to global capitalism, arguing strongly that there are other alternative futures that retain and encourage the positive aspects of globalization whilst identifying what is wrong with capitalism. The book will continue to offer a concise and illuminating treatment of globalization. Get this from a library! A people's world: alternatives to economic globalization. [John Madeley] -- The terrorist attacks on 9/11 shifted public attention to terrorism. But John Madeley contends that the sources that nurture violence and extremism remain rooted in a global system that has rapidly.

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Written by a premier group of 21 thinkers from around the world, the second edition of Alternatives to Economic Alternatives to globalization book lays out democratic, ecologically sound, socially just alternatives to corporate globalization more fully, specifically, and thoughtfully than has ever been done /5(10).

Alternatives to Economic Globalization: A Better World Is Possible. John Cavanagh (Editor), John Cavanagh (Editor) Rating details 98 ratings 9 reviews.

The culmination of a five-year project by the International Forum on Globalization (IFG), this book presents an inspiring plan for moving toward more sustainable, humanistic models of economic prosperity with an emphasis on citizen democracies, local /5.

Many believe that there are no alternatives to globalization as we know it--with its world of giant corporations in the driving seat, dominating a "free" market in reality shaped in accordance with their dictates, and elevating economics over all other human considerations and values.

But there are alternatives/5(11). Globalization Alternatives. In a complex and growingly chaotic global environment, individuals, companies, and countries are forced to adapt, innovate, and operate in new ways.

Creative and unconventional economic and business models are constantly being developed in order for countries and corporations to gain a competitive advantage. What are the Green alternatives to economic globalisation. Written by leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas, this manifesto argues that globalisation increases poverty, undermines democracy, and destroys the environment, the authors demonstrate the urgent need for a new approach - economic localisation - that is based on the Green principles of equity, ecology and democracy.

The book Another World is Possible: Popular Alternatives to Globalization at the World Social Forum, Edited by William Fisher and Thomas Alternatives to globalization book is published by Zed Books. Written by a premier group of 21 thinkers from around the world, the second edition of Alternatives to Economic Globalization lays out democratic, ecologically sound, socially just alternatives to corporate globalization more fully, specifically, and thoughtfully than has ever been done before.

Focusing on constructive, achievable goals, the authors present ten governing principles for establishing truly sustainable societies and describe alternatives to the World Bank, the IMF, and the WTO.

Through this, they propose an alternative to the negative effects of globalization. Occupy Wall Street: Occupy Wall Street stands as a prefigurative example, that is, a re-imagination, of democratic and consensus based decision making, and a reformation of social structures in an egalitarian and non-hierarchical way.

There are a number of practical alternatives to counter the onslaught of ‘globalisation’. The following is a brief discussion of it. Promotion of Self-Reliance: ‘The economy’ may be viewed at various levels, from the ‘family’ to the ‘village’ to the ‘state’ to the ‘nation’ etc.

This dossier is offered as a resource document in the quest for alternatives to the current socio-economic injustices inherent in the processes of globalisation. The aims of this dossier are to share updates of the current struggles, call for new insights and. Another World is Possible: Popular Alternatives to Globalization at the World Social Forum William F.

Fisher, Thomas Ponniah In the first World Social Forum was held in Porto Alegre, Brazil. An alternative globalization as described in this essay would bring together countries and people in single global equitable and prosperous area, despite all the crises, failures and deviations, which is in everyone’s interests.

Written by a premier group of 21 thinkers from around the world, the second edition of Alternatives to Economic Globalization lays out democratic, ecologically sound, socially just alternatives to corporate globalization more fully, specifically, and thoughtfully than has ever been done before.

This book seeks to clarify the positive and negative lessons in the experiences of late development under neoliberal globalization. Dic Lo explores competing theories, with a view to constructing an alternative synthesis that transcends neoliberalism, placing greater emphasis on Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

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It presents both a sober critique of globalization as well as practical, thoughtful alternatives. Presenting an ethnographic account of the emergence and application of critical political alternatives in the Global South, this book analyses the opportunities and challenges of decolonizing and transforming a modern, hierarchical and globally-immersed nation-state on.

This book analyzes the main current globalization scenarios of society and proposes an alternative scenario. This book analyzes the main current scenarios of globalization of society and proposes an alternative scenario that can help humanity reach a new, different level of spiritual and moral evolution.

Written by a premier group of 21 thinkers from around the world, the second edition of Alternatives to Economic Globalization lays out democratic, ecologically sound, socially just alternatives to corporate globalization more fully, specifically, and thoughtfully than has ever been done : Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

globalization that are rapidly emerging a t the local, na tional, and global lev els. We have made signifi cant revisions throughout this second edit ion, adding several new chapt ers, considerable new ma terial in prior chapt ers, and u pdates throughout.

Following the introduction, we have arranged the book .Prashad’s book contains none of the breathless over-optimism that characterised much of the commentary around the Arab uprisings and the Occupy movement in and early Despite the major crisis of recent years, the status quo remains deeply entrenched.

The North retains its dominance and the loyalty of many southern elites.An alternative globalization as described in this essay would bring together countries and people in single global equitable and prosperous area, despite all the crises, failures and deviations, which is in everyone’s interests.

References: Alison Brysk, Globalization and Human Rights. University of California Press; Anthony Giddens,