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Studies of the modern world-system / edited by Albert Bergesen.


New York : Academic Press, 1980.
ISBN 9780120905508, 0120905507

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Other Authors Bergesen, Albert.
Subjects International economic relations -- History.
International economic relations.
Internationale economische betrekkingen.
Relations économiques internationales -- Histoire.
Series Studies in social discontinuity.
Description xiv, 281 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents From utilitarianism to globology : the shift from the individual to the world as a whole as the primordial unit of analysis / Albert Bergesen -- Imperialism and development / Immanuel Wallerstein -- The world-economy and the institutionalization of science in seventeenth-century Europe ; World order and religious movements / Robert Wuthnow -- Global integration and the universal increase of State dominance, 1910-1970 / John Boli-Bennett -- The world polity and the authority of the nation-state / John W. Meyer -- Regime changes and state power in an intensifying world-state-system / George M. Thomas and John W. Meyer -- Trade dependence and fertility in Hispanic America 1900-1975 / Michael Hout -- The development of core capitalism in the antebellum United States : tariff politics and class struggle in an upwardly mobile semiperiphery / Christopher Chase-Dunn -- Long waves of colonial expansion and contraction, 1415-1969 / Albert Bergesen and Ronald Schoenberg.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6042835
(OCoLC)ocm06042835
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