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WEEK 13 DEC 1:

Henderson, Hazel. 2000. “Transnational Corporations and Global Citizenship.” American Behavioral Scientist 43(8):1231-1261.
Carroll, William K. and Meindert Fennema. 2002. “Is There a Transnational Business Community?” International Sociology 17:393-419.

Kentor, Jeffrey and Yong Suk Jang. 2004. “Yes, There Is a (Growing) Transnational Business Community: A Study of Global Interlocking Directorates 1983–98.” International Sociology 19:355-368.

Carroll, William K. and Meindert Fennema. 2004. “Problems in the Study of the Transnational Business Community: A Reply to Kentor and Jang.” International Sociology 19:369-378.
Gugler, Klaus, Dennis C. Meuller and B. B. Yurtoglu. 2004. “Corporate Governance and Globalization.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 20:129-156.
Kogut, Bruce and U. Zander. 2003. “Knowledge of the Firm and the Evolutionary Theory of the Multinational Corporation.” Journal of International Business Studies 34:516-529.
Levy, David L. and Aseem Prakash. 2003. “Bargains Old and New: Multinational Corporations in Global Governance.” Business and Politics 5(2):131-150.
Zander, Ivo. 1999. “How Do You Mean ‘Global’? An Empirical Investigation of Innovation Networks in the Multinational Corporation.” Research Policy 28(2-3):195-213.
Ang, James S. and Tsong-Yue Lai. 1992. “The Cost of Capital for a Multinational Corporation.” International Review of Economics and Finance 1(4):305-314.
Apfelthaler, Gerhard, Helen J. Muller and Robert R. Rehder. 2002. “Corporate Global Culture as Competitive Advantage: Learning from Germany and Japan in Alabama and Austria?” Journal of World Business 37(2):108-118.
Aulakh, Preet S. and Michael G. Schechter. 2000. Rethinking Globalization(s): From Corporate Transnationalism to Local Interventions. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
Bae, Sung C. and Seungwook Noh. 2001. “Multinational Corporations versus Domestic Corporations: A Comparative Study of R&D Investment Activities.” Journal of Multinational Financial Management 11:89-104.
Bailey, David, George Harte and Roger Sugden. 1998. “Debate: Transnational Corporations: The Case for a Monitoring Policy across Europe.” New Political Economy 3(2):296-300.
Balasubramanyam, V. N. 1994. “The Transnational Corporation: Review Article.” Business History 36(2):83-89.
Balling, Morten, Elizabeth Hennessy and Richard O’Brien. 1998. Corporate Governance, Financial Markets and Global Convergence. London: Kluwer Academic.
Beladi, Hamid and Ralph Frasca. 2001. “Multinational Corporations and Industrial Employment.” Journal of Economic Integration 16:66-77.
Bhutta, Khurrum S. 2003. “An Integrated Location, Production, Distribution and Investment Model for a Multinational Corporation.” International Journal of Production Economics 86(3):201-216.
Birkinshaw, Julian, Omar Toulan and David Arnold. 2001. “Global Account Management in Multinational Corporations: Theory and Evidence.” Journal of International Business Studies 32(2):231-248.
Blair-Loy, Mary and Amy S. Wharton. 2004. “Organizational Commitment and Constraints on Work-Family Policy Use: Corporate Flexibility Policies in a Global Firm.” Sociological Perspectives 47(3):243-267.
Blomstrom, Magnus and Ari Kokko. 1998. “Multinational Corporations and Spillovers.” Journal of Economic Surveys 12(3):247-277.
Bonanno, Alessandro, Douglas Constance and Mary Hendrickson. 1995. “Global Agro-Food Corporations and the State: The Ferruzzi Case.” Rural Sociology 60(2):274-296.
Bonanno, Alessandro, Douglas H. Constance and Heather Lorenz. 2000. “Powers and Limits of Transnational Corporations: The Case of ADM.” Rural Sociology 65(3):440-460.
Bora, Bijit. 1998. “The Role of Multinational Corporations in Globalizing the World Economy: Evidence from Affiliates of US Multinational Companies.” Pp. 147-167 in Handbook on the Globalization of the World Economy, edited by A. Levy-Livermore. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.
Bornschier, Volker and Hanspeter Stamm. 1990. “Transnational Corporations.” Current Sociology/La Sociologie Contemporaine 38(2-3):203-229.
Buckley, Peter J. 1996. “Government Policy Responses to Strategic Rent-Seeking Transnational Corporations.” Transnational Corporations 5(2):1-17.
Busse, Matthias. 2003. “Do Transnational Corporations Care about Labor Standards?” Journal of Developing Areas 36(2):39-57.
Cantwell, John and Lucia Piscitello. 2005. “Recent Location of Foreign-Owned Research and Development Activities by Large Multinational Corporations in the European Regions: The Role of Spillovers and Externalities.” Regional Studies 39:1-16.
Cantwell, John and Odile Janne. 1999. “Technological Globalisation and Innovative Centres: The Role of Corporate Technological Leadership and Locational Hierarchy.” Research Policy 28(2-3):119-144.
Cantwell, John and Simona Iammarino. 2001. “EU Regions and Multinational Corporations: Change, Stability and Strengthening of Technological Comparative Advantages.” Industrial and Corporate Change 10(4):1007-1037.
Carroll, William and James Beaton. 2000. “Globalization, Neo-Liberalism, and the Changing Face of Corporate Hegemony in Higher Education.” Studies in Political Economy 62:71-98.
Carroll, William K. and Colin Carson. 2003. “The Network of Global Corporations and Elite Policy Groups: A Structure for Transnational Capitalist Class Formation?” Global Networks 3:29-57.
Carroll, William K. and Colin Carson. 2003. “Forging a New Hegemony? The Role of Transnational Policy Groups in the Network and Discourses of Global Corporate Governance.” Journal of World-Systems Research 9:67-102.
Chambliss, Karen, Jeff Madura and Francis W. Wright. 1994. “The Changing Risk Profile of U.S.-Based Multinational Corporations Exposed to European Community Markets.” Journal of Financial Research 17:133-146.
Chkir, Imed E. and Jean-Claude Cosset. 2001. “Diversification Strategy and Capital Structure of Multinational Corporations.” Journal of Multinational Financial Management 11:17-37.
Christophe, Stephen E. 1997. “Hysteresis and the Value of the U.S. Multinational Corporation.” Journal of Business 70:435-462.
Compa, Lance. 2004. “Trade Unions, NGOs, and Corporate Codes of Conduct.” Development in Practice 14(1-2):210-215.
Curtin, Michael. 2005. “Murdoch’s Dilemma, or ‘What’s the Price of TV in China?’” Media, Culture & Society 27(2):155-175.
Cutler, Claire. 2000. “Globalization, Law and Transnational Corporations; A Deepening of Market Discipline.” Pp. 53-66 in Power in the Global Era: Grounding Globalization, edited by T.H. Cohn, S. McBride and J. Wiseman. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
Dallalfar, Arlene and Siamak Movahedi. 1996. “Women in Multinational Corporations: Old Myths, New Constructions and Some Deconstruction.” Organization 3(4):546-559.
Dicken, Peter. 1997. “Transnational Corporations and Nation-States.” International Social Science Journal 47(151):77-89.
Donaldson, Thomas. 1992. “Individual Rights and Multinational Corporate Responsibilities.” National Forum 72:7-9.
Doremus, Paul N. and et al. 1998. The Myth of the Global Corporation. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Edgington, David W. 1993. “The Globalization of Japanese Manufacturing Corporations.” Growth and Change 24:87-106.
Ernst, Dieter and Terutomo Ozawa. 2002. “National Sovereign Economy, Global Market Economy, and Transnational Corporate Economy.” Journal of Economic Issues 36(2):547-555.
Franko, Lawrence G. 2003. “Corporate Concentration and Turnover in Global Industries, 1960-2000.” Competition and Change 7(2-3):163-184.
Friedman, Joseph, Daniel A. Gerlowski and Jonathan Silberman. 1992. “What Attracts Foreign Multinational Corporations? Evidence from Branch Plant Location in the United States.” Journal of Regional Science 32(4):403-418.
Frohls, Michael A. 1998. “Growth Opportunities, Corporate Governance and the Market Value of Multinational Joint Ventures.” Managerial and Decision Economics 19:13-29.
Gehrig, Thomas P. 2003. “Corporate Governance: Fine-Tuning the Conditions for Innovation and Job Growth in a Global Economy.” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 159(4):656-663.
Gendron, Corinne, Alain Lapointe and Marie-France Turcotte. 2004. “Social Responsibility and the Regulation of the Global Firm.” Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations 59(1):73-100.
Geppert, Mike, Dirk Matten and Peggy Schmidt. 2004. “The Contribution of Institutional Theories to the Understanding of Organization and Management Processes in Multinational Corporations.” Berliner Journal Fur Soziologie 14:379-397.
Gerybadze, Alexander and Guido Reger. 1999. “Globalization of R&D: Recent Changes in the Management of Innovation in Transnational Corporations.” Research Policy 28(2-3):251-274.
Gillan, Stuart L. and Laura T. Starks. 2003. “Corporate Governance, Corporate Ownership, and the Role of Institutional Investors: A Global Perspective.” Journal of Applied Finance 13(2):4-22.
Goldstein, Nance. 1992. “Gender and the Restructuring of High-Tech Multinational Corporations: New Twists to an Old Story.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 16(3):269-284.
Hack, Lothar. 2003. “Even If There Is a ‘Second Wave’ of the ‘New Economy’: The Reorganization of (Transnational) Corporations Is Decisive.” Concepts and Transformation 8:101-116.
Hallwood, C. P. 1994. “A Reconsideration of the Theory of the Multinational Corporation.” Keio Economic Studies 31(2):1-11.
Hedley, R. A. 1999. “Transnational Corporations and Their Regulation: Issues and Strategies.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 40(2):215-230.
Jasso-Aguilar, Rebeca, Howard Waitzkin and Angela Landwehr. 2004. “Multinational Corporations and Health Care in the United States and Latin America: Strategies, Actions, and Effects.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 45:136-157.
Jensen, Nathan M. 2003. “Democratic Governance and Multinational Corporations: Political Regimes and Inflows of Foreign Direct Investment.” International Organization 57(3):587-616.
Jones, Marc T. 1998. “Blade Runner Capitalism, the Transnational Corporation, and Commodification: Implications for Cultural Integrity.” Cultural Dynamics 10(3):287-306.
Jones, Marc T. 2000. “The Competitive Advantage of the Transnational Corporation as an Institutional Form: A Reassessment.” International Journal of Social Economics 27(7-8-9-10):943-958.
Lazonick, William, Ronald Dore and Henk W. de Jong. 1997. The Corporate Triangle: The Structure and Performance of Corporate Systems in a Global Economy. Malden,MA: Blackwell.
Levi-Faur, David. 2005. “The Global Diffusion of Regulatory Capitalism.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 598:12-32.
Levi-Faur, David and Jacint Jordana. 2005. “The Rise of Regulatory Capitalism: The Global Diffusion of a New Order.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 598:200-217.
Lewis, Malcolm. 2000. “News Corporation, Technology and the Workplace: Global Strategies, Local Change.” Journal of Sociology 36(3):406-408.
Lumby, Anthony B. 2001. “Global Business and Economics: Towards a Theory of the Multinational Corporation.” Global Business and Economics Review 3:111-132.
Macleod, Sorcha and Douglas Lewis. 2004. “Transnational Corporations: Power, Influence and Responsibility.” Global Social Policy 4:77-98.
Martin, Xavier and R. Salomon. 2003. “Knowledge Transfer Capacity and Its Implications for the Theory of the Multinational Corporation.” Journal of International Business Studies 34: 356-373.
Panic, M. 1995. “Transnational Corporations and the World Economy: Review Article.” International Review of Applied Economics 9(2):207-211.
Pauly, Louis W. and Simon Reich. 1997. “National Structures and Multinational Corporate Behavior: Enduring Differences in the Age of Globalization.” International Organization 51:1-30.
Pitelis, Christos. 2001. “The Resource-Based Theory of the Transnational Corporation: Conceptual and Empirical Issues.” Global Business and Economics Review 3:20-43.
Pitelis, Christos. 1996. “Effective Demand, Outward Investment and the (Theory of the) Transnational Corporation - An Empirical Investigation.” Scottish Journal of Political Economy 43:192-206.
Poster, Winifred R. 1998. “Globalization, Gender, and the Workplace: Women and Men in an American Multinational Corporation in India.” Journal of Developing Societies 14:40-65.
Prechel, Harland. 2002. “The Labor Process and the Transformation of Corporate Control in the Global Economy.” Pp. 51-68 in Labor and Capital in the Age of Globalization: the Labor Process and the Changing Nature of Work in the Global Economy, edited by B. Berberoglu. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Rugman, Alan M. 1999. “Forty Years of the Theory of the Transnational Corporation.” Transnational Corporations 8(2):51-70.
Sarra, Janis and Masafumi Nakahigashi. 2002. “Balancing Social and Corporate Culture in the Global Economy: The Evolution of Japanese Corporate Structure and Norms.” Law & Policy 24(4):299-354.
Schienstock, Gerd. 1992. “The Brave New World of the Multinational Corporation.” International Sociology 7(4):461-479.
Schmitz, Christopher. 1994. “America and the Multinational Corporation: The History of a Troubled Partnership.” Business History 36(3):129-130.
Sklair, Leslie. 2002. “Democracy and the Transnational Capitalist Class.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 581:144-157.
Smithsimon, Greg. 1999. “Transnational Labor Organizing: Opportunities and Obstacles for Unions Challenging Multinational Corporations.” Socialist Review 27(3-4):65-93.
Staats, Joseph L. 2004. “Habermas and Democratic Theory: The Threat to Democracy of Unchecked Corporate Power.” Political Research Quarterly 57:585-594.
Veser, Mark. 2004. “The Influence of Culture on Stakeholder Management: Social Policy Implementation in Multinational Corporations.” Business & Society 43(4):426-436.
Whitehouse, Lisa. 2003. “Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Citizenship and the Global Compact: A New Approach to Regulating Corporate Social Power?” Global Social Policy 3(3):299-318.
Wood, Stephen J. and Mark P. Fenton-O’Creevy. 2005. “Direct Involvement, Representation and Employee Voice in UK Multinationals in Europe.” European Journal of Industrial Relations 11:27-50.
Zander, Ivo. 2002. “The Formation of International Innovation Networks in the Multinational Corporation: An Evolutionary Perspective.” Industrial and Corporate Change 11(2):327-353.
WEEK 14 DEC 8:

Huby, Meg. 2001. “The Sustainable Use of Resources on a Global Scale.” Social Policy and Administration 35(5):521-537.
Fernando, Jude L. 2003. “The Power of Unsustainable Development: What is to Be Done?” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 590:6-34.
Herkenrath, Mark and Volker Bornschier. 2003. “Transnational Corporations in World Development-Still the Same Harmful Effects in an Increasingly Globalized World Economy.” Journal of World-Systems Research 9:105-139.
Kim, Sangmoon and Eui-Hang Shin. 2002. “A Longitudinal Analysis of Globalization and Regionalization in International Trade: A Social Network Approach.” Social Forces 81:445-471.
O’Riain, Sean. 2000. “States and Markets in an Era of Globalization.” Annual Review of Sociology 26:187-213.
Sklair, Leslie. 2002. “The Transnational Capitalist Class and Global Politics: Deconstructing the Corporate-State Connection.” International Political Science Review 23(2):159-174.
Agrawal, Arun. 2003. “Sustainable Governance of Common-Pool Resources: Context, Methods, and Politics.” Annual Review of Anthropology 32:243-262.
Aguilar Fernandez, Susana. 2003. “Toward Sustainable Development. Evolution and Trends in European Environmental Policy.” Revista Internacional De Sociologia 35:53-80.
Aguirre, Benigno E. 2002. ““Sustainable Development” as Collective Surge.” Social Science Quarterly 83(1):101-118.
Albrecht, Stan L. 1995. “The New Resource Wars: Native and Environmental Struggles against Multinational Corporations.” Rural Sociology 60:155-157.
Amin, Ash and Nigel Thrift (eds.). 1994. Globalization, Institutions, and Regional Development in Europe. New York: Oxford University Press.
Aronson, Jonathan. 2002. “Global Networks and Their Impact.” Pp. 39-62 in Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance, edited by James N. Rosenau and J.P. Singh. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Bagchi, Amiya K. 2004. “The Axial Ages of the Capitalist World-System.” Review 27(2):93-134.
Barshefsky, Charlene. “Trade Policy for a Networked World.” Foreign Affairs 80(2): March- 2001. 134-46.
Batten, David F. “Network Cities: Creative Urban Agglomerations for the 21st Century.” Urban Studies, vol. 32, no. 2, March 1995, pp. 313-27.
Bergesen, Albert and John Sonnett. 2001. “The Global 500: Mapping the World Economy at Century’s End.” American Behavioral Scientist 44(10):1602-1615.
Bergesen, Albert J. and Omar Lizardo. 2004. “International Terrorism and the World-System.” Sociological Theory 22:38-52.
Bergesen, Albert J. and Tim Bartley. 2000. “World-System and Ecosystem.” Pp. 307-322 in A World-Systems Reader: New Perspectives on Gender, Urbanism, Cultures, Indigenous Peoples, and Ecology, edited by T.D. Hall. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Borgatti, Stephen P. and Martin G. Everett. 1999. “Models of Core/Periphery Structures.” Social Networks 21:375-395. (August 6, 2004)
Brand, Ulrich and Christoph Gorg. 2003. “Sustainable Globalization? Sustainable Development as a Fix for Neo-Liberalism’s Heap of Broken Glass.” Ambiente & Sociedade 5-6(2-1):45-71.
Breiger, Ronald L. 1981. “Structures of Economic Interdependence Among Nations.” Chapter 12 in Continuities in Structural Inquiry, edited by Peter Blau and Robert Merton. New York: Free Press.
Brinkman, Richard L. and June E. Brinkman. 2002. “Corporate Power and the Globalization Process.” International Journal of Social Economics 29(9-10):730-752.
Burns, Thomas J; Kick, Edward L; Davis, Byron L. “Theorizing and Rethinking Linkages between the Natural Environment and the Modern World-System: Deforestation in the Late 20th Century.” Journal of World-Systems Research, 2003, 9, 2, summer, 357-390.
Burns, Thomas J; Kick, Edward L; Murray, David A; Murray, Dixie A. “Demography, Development and Deforestation in a World-System Perspective.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 1994, 35, 3-4, Sept-Dec, 221-239.
Buttel, Frederick H. and Kenneth A. Gould. 2004. “Global Social Movement(s) at the Crossroads: Some Observations on the Trajectory of the Anti-Corporate Globalization Movement.” Journal of World-Systems Research 10:37-66.
Cabanes, Robert. 2002. “Trade Unionism between Corporatism, Clientelism, Paternalism and Globalization.” Revue Tiers Monde 43(171):599-616.
Cadenas Marin, Alfredo. 2002. “The Economics of Sustainable Development.” Sistema 173:31-40.
Cahill, Michael. 2001. “The Implications of Consumerism for the Transition to a Sustainable Society.” Social Policy and Administration 35(5):627-639.
Callaghy, Thomas M. Ronald Kassimir and Robert Latham. 2001. Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa: Global-Local Networks of Power. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Cameron, John. 2000. “Development Economics, the New Institutional Economics and NGOs.” Third World Quarterly 21:627-635.
Carnoy, Martin and Manuel Castells. 2001. “Globalization, the Knowledge Society, and the Network State: Poulantzas at the Millennium.” Global Networks 1:1-18.
Carty, Victoria. 1997. “Ideologies and Forms of Domination in the Organization of the Global Production and Consumption of Goods in the Emerging Postmodern Era: A Case Study of Nike Corporation and the Implications for Gender.” Gender, Work and Organization 4(4):189-201.
Castells, Manuel. 1996. The Rise of the Network Society, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, Vol. 1. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Castells, Manuel. 1997. The End of the Millennium, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, Vol. 3. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Castells, Manuel. 1997. The Power of Identity, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, Vol. 2. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Castells, Manuel. 1999. “Flows, Networks, and Identities: A Critical Theory of the Informational Society.” Pp. 37-64 in Critical Education in the New Information Age, edited by Castells, Manuel, Flecha, Ramon, Freire, Paulo, Giroux, Henry A., Macedo, Donaldo,Willis, Paul. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Castells, Manuel. 1999. “Globalization, Society and Politics in the Information Era.” Analisis Politico 37:3-16.
Castells, Manuel. 1999. “Identity, State, Labor, Time and Space in the Social Network: Contribution to an Open Debate.” Revista Espanola De Investigaciones Sociologicas 86:387-395.
Castells, Manuel. 2000. “Materials for an Exploratory Theory of the Network Society.” British Journal of Sociology 51:5-24.
Castells, Manuel. 2000. “The Contours of the Network Society.” Foresight 2(2):151-157.
Castells, Manuel. 2000. “Toward a Sociology of the Network Society.” Contemporary Sociology 29: 693-699.
Castells, Manuel. 2001. The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Castells, Manuel. 2005. “Global Governance and Global Politics.” PS: Political Science & Politics 38:9-16.
Castro, Carlos J. 2004. “Sustainable Development: Mainstream and Critical Perspectives.” Organization & Environment 17(2):195-225.
Chang, Ha-joon. 1998. “Globalization, Transnational Corporations, and Economic Development: Can the Developing Countries Pursue Strategic Industrial Policy in a Globalizing World Economy?” Pp. 97-113 in Globalization and progressive economic policy, edited by D. Baker, G. Epstein and R. Pollin eds. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press in association with the Political Economy Research Institute.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Andrew K. Jorgenson. 2003. “Interaction Networks and Structural Globalization: A Comparative World-Systems Perspective.” Society in Transition 34(2):206-220.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Peter Grimes. 1995. “World-Systems Analysis.” Annual Review of Sociology 21:387-417.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Terry Boswell. 2004. “Global Democracy: A World-Systems Perspective.” Protosociology 20:15-29.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher, Yukio Kawano and Benjamin D. Brewer. 2000. “Trade Globalization since 1795: Waves of Integration in the World-System.” American Sociological Review 65:77-95.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher. 2001. “Globalization: A World-Systems Perspective.” Protosociology 15:26-50.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher; Jorgenson, Andrew K. “Interaction Networks and Structural Globalization: A Comparative World-Systems Perspective.” Society in Transition, 2003, 34, 2, 206-220.
Cherot, Natalie. 1998. “U.S. Politics and the Global Economy: Corporate Power, Conservative Shift.” Critical Sociology 24:314-317.
Chichilnisky, Graciela. “Network Evolution and Coalition Formation.” Private networks, public objectives. 1996. pp. 117-33.
Chichilnisky, Graciela. “The Evolution of a Global Network: A Game of Coalition Formation.” Journal of International and Comparative Economics, vol. 4, no. 3, 1995, pp. 179-97.
Collin, Jeff and Anna Gilmore. 2002. “Corporate (Anti)Social (Ir)Responsibility: Transnational Tobacco Companies and the Attempted Subversion of Global Health Policy.” Global Social Policy 2:354-360.
Conybeare, John A C; Murdoch, James C; Sandler, Todd. “Alternative Collective-Goods Models of Military Alliances: Theory and Empirics.” Economic Inquiry, vol. 32, no. 4, October 1994, pp. 525-42.
Crossley, Nick. 2002. “Global Anti-Corporate Struggle: A Preliminary Analysis.” British Journal of Sociology 53:667-691.
Czeskleba-Dupont, Rolf. 2003. “Sustainable World-System Development: Restructuring Societal Metabolism.” Review 26(2):221-239.
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Daly, Herman E. 2005. “Economics in a Full World.” Scientific American 100-107.
Damrell, Joseph. 1997. “The New Resources Wars: Native and Environmental Struggles against Multinational Corporations.” Race, Gender & Class 5:170-173.
Davis, Byron L; Kick, Edward L; Kiefer, David. “The World-System, Militarization, and National Development.” War in the world-system. 1989, pp. 27-45.
Derudder Ben, Peter J. Taylor, Frank Witlox and Gilda Catalano. 2003. “Hierarchical Tendencies and Regional Patterns in the World City Network: A Global Urban Analysis of 234 Cities.” Regional Studies 37:875-886.
Devezas, Tessaleno and George Modelski. 2003. “Power Law Behavior and World System Evolution: A Millennial Learning Process.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change 70(9):819-859.
Dillon, Michael. 2002. “Network Society, Network-Centric Warfare and the State of Emergency.” Theory, Culture & Society 19:71-79.
Dunaway, Wilma A. (ed.). 2003. Crises and Resistance in the 21st Century World-System, Emerging Issues in the 21st Century World-System, Vol. 1. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Dunaway, Wilma A. (ed.). 2003. New Theoretical Directions for the 21st Century World-System, Emerging Issues in the 21st Century World-System, Vol. 2. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Elsenhans, Hartmut. 2004. “On the Development of World-Systems Studies.” Review 27:1-35.
Espeland, Wendy. 1994. “The New Resource Wars: Native and Environmental Struggles against Multinational Corporations.” Contemporary Sociology 23(5):694-695.
Evans, Peter. 2000. “Fighting Marginalization with Transnational Networks: Counter-Hegemonic Globalization.” Contemporary Sociology 29:230-241.
Faber, Jan. “On Bounded Rationality and the Framing of Decisions in International Relations: Towards a Dynamic Network Model of World Politics.” Journal of Peace Research, 1990, 27, 3, Aug, 307-319.
Fisher, Dana R. and Jessica F. Green. 2004. “Understanding Disenfranchisement: Civil Society and Developing Countries’ Influence and Participation in Global Governance for Sustainable Development.” Global Environmental Politics 4(3):65-84.
Fligstein, Neil and Frederic Merand. 2002. “Globalization or Europeanization? Evidence on the European Economy since 1980.” Acta Sociologica 45:7-22.
Fligstein, Neil. 1997. “Rhetoric and Realities of ‘Globalization’.” Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 119:36-47.
Frederking, Lauretta Conklin. 2002. “Is There an Endogenous Relationship between Culture and Economic Development?” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 48(2):107-128.
Frey, Klaus. 2001. “Political-Democratic Dimension within Sustainable Development Theories and Its Implications for Local Management.” Ambiente & Sociedade 9:115-148.
Frey, Klaus. 2003. “Local Sustainable Development in the Network Society: The Potential of New Information and Communications Technologies.” Revista De Sociologia e Politica 21:165-185.
Fulk, Janet. 2001. “Global Network Organizations: Emergence and Future Prospects.” Human Relations 54:91-99.
Fulk, Janet. 2001. “Global Network Organizations: Emergence and Future Prospects.” Human Relations 54:91-99.
Fung, K. C., Hitomi Iizaka and Alan Siu. 2004. “Integrating the Two Asian Economic Giants: Japanese Multinational Corporations in China.” Journal of Asian Economics 15(5):957-975.
Gill, Manmohan S. and Amrik M. Singh. 2001. “Sustainable Society-Social and Cultural Issues.” Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology 22(1):113-120.
Godard, Olivier. 2003. “Sustainable Development and Legitimacy Principles.” Social Science Information/Information Sur Les Sciences Sociales 42(3):375-402.
Golden, James R. “Economics and National Strategy: Convergence, Global Networks, and Cooperative Competition.” Order and disorder after the cold war. 1995, pp. 289-311.
Gowan, Peter. 2004. “Contemporary Intra-Core Relations and World Systems Theory.” Journal of World-Systems Research 10(2):471-500.
Graham, Stephen. “Global Grids of Glass: On Global Cities, Telecommunications and Planetary Urban Networks.” Urban Studies, vol. 36, no. 5-6, May 1999, pp. 929-49.
Guillen, Mauro F. 2000. “Corporate Governance and Globalization: Is There Convergence across Countries?” Advances in International Comparative Management. 13:175-204.
Guillen, Mauro F. 2001. “Is Globalization Civilizing, Destructive or Feeble? A Critique of Five Key Debates in the Social Science Literature.” Annual Review of Sociology 27:235-260.
Hall, Thomas D. 1999. “World-Systems and Evolution: An Appraisal.” Pp. 1-23 in World-Systems Theory in Practice: Leadership, Production, and Exchange, edited by P.N. Kardulias. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Hall, Thomas D. 2001. “World-Systems, Frontiers, and Ethnogenesis: Incorporation and Resistance to State Expansion.” Protosociology 15:51-85.
Hall, Thomas D. 2002. “World-Systems Analysis and Globalization Directions for the Twenty First Century.” Research in Political Sociology 11:81-122.
Hart, Jeffrey A. 1995. “Global Dreams: Imperial Corporations and the New World Order.” Third World Quarterly 16:147-148.
Held, Martin. 2001. “Sustainable Development from a Temporal Perspective.” Time & Society 10(2-3):351-366.
Henderson, Jeffrey, Peter Dicken, Martin Hess, Neil Coe and Henry Wai-Chung Yeung. 2002 “Global Production Networks and the Analysis of Economic Development.” Review of International Political Economy 9:436-464.
Henderson, Jeffrey, Peter Dicken, Martin Hess, Neil Coe and Henry Wai-Chung Yeung. 2002. “Global Production Networks and the Analysis of Economic Development.” Review of International Political Economy 9:436-464.
Heyman, Josiah M. 2004. “Ports of Entry as Nodes in the World System.” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 11(3):303-327.
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