Historical Foundations of Globalization

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Historical Foundations of Globalization

Thirty-two contributions, several of them previously published and reproduced directly from original sources, discuss the historical underpinnings of contemporary economic globalization. Topics include: the technology of 19th century globalization; trade, prices and globalization; the monetary system of globalization, capital market integration and foreign debt; business and globalization; migration and globalization; deglobalization between the wars; and the political economy of globalization. Name index only. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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