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The Oxford handbook of economic imperialism / edited by Zak Cope and Immanuel Ness.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
xii, 678 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
International economic relations
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"The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism examines unequal commercial, trade, and investment gains at the international level and explores how countries and nations can have exploitative relations. The book contains thirty-four chapters written by academics and experts in the field of international political economy. The chapters in the Handbook look at the history of economic imperialism from the early modern age to the present. They demonstrate 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. The book reveals how emerging powers are expanding economic control in new geographic and geopolitical contexts. The Handbook highlights the significance of economic imperialism in the structures, relations, processes, and ideas that help sustain poverty and conflict worldwide"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Handbook of economic imperialism
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