World System

Some articles on world, system, world system:

Carlos Escudé - Publications - Papers
... under Systemic Populism, 1975-2006”, en The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Vol ... (ed.), International Relations Theory and the Third World (New York, St ... постсовременности (world-system)”, en Европа, Volumen 2 (3), 2002, pp ...
Semi-periphery Countries - History and Development - 1450-1700
... centuries to replace the failed feudal system ... leading to the formation of the first worldwide economic system ... At the base of this world system was an international division of labor that determined countries' relationships and placement within the categories of the world system core, semi-periphery, periphery, and ...
Semi-periphery Countries - History and Development - 1700-1875
... The European world system continued to expand and include more regions, as it absorbed the Indian Ocean economic system through the acquisition of colonies by Britain, France, Spain, and ... Asia and Africa had also entered the world system as peripheral regions ... the United States and Germany to improve their core status, rising higher within the world system ...
Christopher Chase-Dunn - Bibliography
... (1983), 'The Kernel of the Capitalist World Economy Three Approaches' in 'Contending Approaches to World System Analysis' (Thompson W.R ... (1984), 'The World - System Since 1950 What Has Really Changed?' in 'Labor in the Capitalist World - Economy' (Bergquist Ch ... (1991), 'Global Formation Structures of the World Economy' London, Oxford and New York Basil Blackwell ...

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