The Oxford handbook of economic imperialism / edited by Zak Cope, Immanuel Ness. [electronic resource]

New York : Oxford University Press, 2022.
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Including thirty-four chapters written by academics and experts in the field of international political economy, 'The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism' examines the history of economic imperialism from the early modern age to the present. The handbook demonstrates the persistence of economic imperialism in today's postcolonial world, and the enduring control wielded by great powers even after the end of formal empire.
Also issued in print: 2022.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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International Exploitation, Capital Export, and Unequal Exchange / Jonathan F. Cogliano, Soh Kaneko, Roberto Veneziani, Naoki Yoshihara -- Neoliberalism, Globalization, and Late Capitalism: Capital, Ideology, and Making the World Market / Toby Carroll -- Imperialism from the Eleventh Century to the Twenty-First Century / Amiya Kumar Bagchi -- Slavery, Capitalism, and Imperialism / Sébastien Rioux -- Surplus Labour: Imperialist Legacies and Post-Imperialist Practices / Christoph Scherrer -- Imperialism, the Mismeasurement of Poverty, and the Masking of Global Exploitation / Seth Michael Donnelly -- Protecting Water and Forest Resources Against Colonization in the Indigenous Américas / Macarena Gómez-Barris -- The Political Economy of Militarism / Adem Yavuz Elveren -- Classical Marxist Imperialism Theory: Continuity, Change, and Relevance / Murray Leigh Noonan -- Locating Agrarian Labour within the Contours of Imperialism: A Historical Review / Arindam Banerjee -- Global Value Chains and Global Value Transfer / Susan Newman -- Tertiarisation, Financialisation, and Economic Imperialism / Kalle Blomberg -- Imperialism and its Critics: A Brief Conspectus / Zak Cope -- Theories of International Trade and Economic Imperialism / Bill Dunn -- South Asian Economies in Two Imperialist Regimes Between 1950 and 2020 / Vamsi Vakulabharanam -- Power Competition and Exploitation in Southeast Asia / Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt -- The Capitalist World System and Economic Imperialism in East Asia / Minqi Li -- Pacific Islands: Sources of Raw Materials / Marta Gentilucci -- Extractivism and Resitance in North Africa / Hamza Hamouchene -- Capitalism, Imperialism, and Crises / Shireen Moosvi -- Southern Africa: A New Geometry of Imperialism / Ricado Jacobs, William G. Martin -- Asymmetric Interdependence: North America's Political Economy / Julián Castro-Rea -- Colombia and the OECD: How Institutional Imperialism Shapes the Global Order and National Development / Brayan Camilo Rojas, Ernesto Vivares -- Land Grabbing in Southeastern Europe in Historical Context / Nazif Mandaci -- Eastern Europe's Post-Transitional Integration into Western Economic Relations Through Social Labour Recognition / Ivan Rubinić, Maks Tajnikar -- Colonial Legacies and Global Networks in Central Asia and the Caucasus / Brent D. Hierman -- Women, Domestic Labor, and Economic Imperialism / Han Cheng -- The Clash of Interpretations: World-Systems Analysis and International Relations Theory / Chamsy El-Ojeili, Patrick Hayden -- Railway Imperialisms in East Africa: Laying theTracks for Exploitation / Tim Zajontz -- Introduction: Economic Imperialism in Theory and in Practice / Zak Cope, Immanuel Ness -- Marxist Theories of Imperialism in the Post-Cold War Era / Efe Can Gürcan -- The Hegemony of the Global Exploitation of Humans and Nature: The Imperial Mode of Living / Ulrich Brand, Markus Wissen -- Development, Underdevelopment, and the North-South Divide / Kunibert Raffer -- Imperialism, Unequal Exchange, and Labour Export / Raúl Delgado Wise.
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  • Handbook of economic imperialism
  • Economic imperialism
  • 0-19-752711-6
  • 0-19-752709-4
  • 0-19-752710-8
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