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BK
7th edition
Los Angeles ; London ; New Delhi ; Singapore ; Washington : Sage, 2015
xxix, 618 stran : barevné ilustrace, mapy ; 25 cm

objednat
ISBN 978-1-4462-8210-6 (brožováno)
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 566-596, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
001421661
Contents // List of Abbreviations xv // About the Author xix // Preface to the Seventh Edition xxi // About the Companion Website xxv // 1 What in the World Is Going On? 1 // The end of the world as we knew it? 1 // Conflicting perspectives on ‘globalization’ // Grounding ‘globalization’: geography really does matter // ART ONE THE CHANGING CONTOURS OF THE GLOBAL // ECONOMY 11 // 2 The Centre of Gravity Shifts: Transforming the Geographies of the Global Economy 13 // The importance of taking a long view: the imprint of past geographies 14 // Roller-coasters and interconnections 16 // Global shifts: the changing contours of the global economic map 24 // The centre of gravity has shifted 35 // PART TWO PROCESSES OF GLOBAL SHIFT 47 // 3 Tangled Webs: Unravelling Complexity in the Global Economy 49 // Connections, connections 50 // institutional macro-structures of the global economy 52 // Global production networks 54 // Even in a globalizing world, economic activities are geographically localized 67 // Networks of networks 71 // 4 Technological Change: ‘Gales of Creative Destruction’ 74 // Technology and economic transformation 75 // Processes of technological change: an evolutionary perspective 75 // Time-space shrinking technologies 83 // Technological innovations in products, production systems and organizational forms 99 // Geographies of innovation 106 // 5 Transnational Corporations: The Primary ‘Movers and Shapers’ of the Global Economy 114 // The myth of the ‘global’ corporation 115 // Why firms transnationalize 118 // How firms transnationalize 123 // TNCs as ‘networks within networks’ 130 // Configuring the TNCs’ internal networks 136 // TNCs within networks of externalized relationships 153 // Perpetual change: reshaping TNCs’ internal and external networks 165 // 6 The State Really Does Matter 173 // The state is dead’ - oh no it isn’t! 174 // States as containers 178 //
States as regulators 183 // States as collaborators 207 // WINNING AND LOSING IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY 227 // 7 The Uneasy Relationship Between Transnational Corporations and States: Dynamics of Conflict and Collaboration 229 // The ties that bind 230 // Bargaining processes between TNCs and states 233 // 8 ‘Capturing Value’ within Global Production Networks 251 // Placing places in GPNs 251 // Creating, enhancing and capturing value in GPNs 253 // Upgrading (or downgrading) of local economies within GPNs 258 // 9 Destroying Value? Environmental Impacts of Global Production Networks 279 // Production-distribution-consumption as a system of materials flows and balances 280 // Disturbing the delicate balance of life on earth: // damaging the earth’s atmosphere 282 // Fouling the nest: creating, disposing and recycling waste 292 // 10 Winning and Losing: Where You Live Really Matters 304 // Location matters 305 // Incomes and poverty 308 // Where will the jobs come from? 322 // Populations on the move 340 // CONTENTS xiii // 11 Making the World a Better Place 354 // The best of all possible worlds’? 355 // TNCs and corporate social responsibility 357 // States and issues of global governance 363 // A better world? 380 // PAR F DUI THE PICTURE IN DIFFERENT SECTORS 393 // 12 ‘Making Holes in the Ground’: The Extractive Industries 395 // Beginning at the beginning 396 // Production circuits in the extractive industries 397 // Global shifts in the extractive industries 400 // Volatile demand 402 // Technologies of exploring, extracting, refining, distributing 404 // The centrality of state involvement in the extractive industries 408 // Corporate strategies in the extractive industries 413 // Resources, reserves and futures 419 // 13 ‘We Are What We Eat’: The Agro-food Industries 423 // Transformation of the food economy: the ‘local’ becomes ‘global’ 424 // Agro-food production circuits 425 //
Global shifts in the high-value agro-food industries 427 // Consumer choices - and consumer resistances 430 // Transforming technologies in agro-food production 433 // The role of the state 437 // Corporate strategies in the agro-food industries 440 // 14 ‘Fabric-ating Fashion’: The Clothing Industries 451 // A highly controversial industry 452 // The clothing production circuit 452 // Global shifts in the clothing industries 453 // Changing patterns of consumption 454 // Technology and production costs 456 // The role of the state 460 // Corporate strategies in the clothing industries 462 // Regionalizing production networks in the clothing industries 469 // 15 ‘Wheels of Change’: The Automobile Industry 477 // All change? 478 // The automobile production circuit 478 // Global shifts in automobile production and trade 480 // Changing patterns of consumption 482 // Technological change in the automobile industry 484 // The role of the state 487 // Corporate strategies in the automobile industry 489 // Regionalizing production networks in the automobile industry 499 // 16 ‘Making the World Go Round’: Advanced Business Services 510 // The centrality of advanced business services 511 // The structure of advanced business services 512 // Dynamics of the markets for advanced business services 514 // Technological innovation and advanced business services 516 // The role of the state: regulation, deregulation, reregulation 519 // Corporate strategies in advanced business services 521 // Geographies of advanced business services 530 // 17 ‘Making the Connections, Moving the Goods’: // Logistics and Distribution Services 539 // Taking logistics and distribution for granted 540 // The structure of logistics and distribution services 541 // The dynamics of the market for logistics services 544 // Technological innovation and logistics and distribution services 545 //
The role of the state: regulation and deregulation of logistics and distribution services 550 // Corporate strategies in logistics and distribution services 553 // Logistics ‘places’: key geographical nodes on the global // logistics map 562 // Bibliography 566 // Index 597

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