New Book: Globalization and Its Discontents Revisited – Anti-Globalization in the Era of Trump

By Joseph E. Stiglitz. From W.W. Norton: In this crucial expansion and update of his landmark bestseller, renowned economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz addresses globalization’s new discontents in the United States and Europe. Immediately upon publication, Globalization and Its Discontents became a touchstone in the globalization debate by demonstrating how the International … More New Book: Globalization and Its Discontents Revisited – Anti-Globalization in the Era of Trump

New Book: The World-System as Unit of Analysis

Edited by Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz From Routledge: World-system analyses have recast the study of between- and within-nation country inequality as constituent aspects of a single field of inquiry: the study of inequality and social stratification as processes that always have been global in their very essence. World-system analyses maintain that global social stratification pivots around … More New Book: The World-System as Unit of Analysis

New Book: Global Inequalities in World-Systems Perspective

Edited by Manuela Boatca, Andrea Komlosy, & Hans-Heinrich Nolte. From Routledge: During its 500-year history, the modern world-system has seen several shifts in hegemony. Yet, since the decline of the U.S. in the 1970s, no single core power has attained a hegemonic position in an increasingly polarized world. As income inequalities have become more pronounced … More New Book: Global Inequalities in World-Systems Perspective

New Book: Global Perspectives on the Bretton Woods Conference & the Post-War World Order

From Palgrave. Edited by Giles Scott-Smith & J. Simon Rofe  This book repositions the groundbreaking Bretton Woods conference of July 1944 as the first large-scale multilateral North-South dialogue on global financial governance. It moves beyond the usual focus on Anglo-American interests by highlighting the influence of delegations from Latin America, India, the Soviet Union, France, and … More New Book: Global Perspectives on the Bretton Woods Conference & the Post-War World Order

ISA World Congress of Sociology: Power, Violence and Justice – Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities

Toronto, Canada, July 15-21, 2018 Since the inception of the discipline, sociologists have been concerned with power, violence and justice. Current social, economic and political challenges enhance their relevance. As capitalist globalization expands and deepens, corporate power increases along with global, national and local inequalities. New geo-political power configurations and confrontations are emerging, with violence … More ISA World Congress of Sociology: Power, Violence and Justice – Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities

Call For Abstracts: “States place in a globalized economy and the reemergence of nationalism,” INET

Since the last big events concerning this topic (Brexit and Trump’s victory), there has been a myriad of editorials and academic articles on the roots of those speeches and practices associated to mid twentieth century totalitarian doctrines (especially nazism and fascism). However, we believe that there is still a blind spot concerning new economic concepts … More Call For Abstracts: “States place in a globalized economy and the reemergence of nationalism,” INET