Globalization : perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe / edited by Katalin Fábián.

Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier JAI, 2007.
xiii, 360 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.


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List of contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction: Perspectives on globalization from central and eastern Europe -- PART I: CONTINUITIES AND DISCONTINUITIES IN POLITICAL ECONOMY. Supraterritoriality, embeddedness, or both? Foreign direct investment in central and eastern Europe -- Neo-liberal supraterritoriality? The impact of economic liberalization on globalization in central and eastern Europe -- Economic and social integration from labor's point of view: the EU and the central and eastern European countries. -- PART II: THE TRANSFORMATION OF TRADITIONAL POLITICS. On Europe's edge: changing borders in central and eastern Europe -- Globalization, regionalization, and Europeanization: impact and effects on Polish policy-making -- Globalization and national interest in EU enlargement: the case of Germany and Poland -- Central and eastern Europe in the process of globalization and Europeanization: comparing the Czech Republic and Poland. -- PART III: NEW ACTORS AND INFLUENCES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: THE EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION. Norm diffusion in central and eastern Europe's domestic violence policies -- Europeanization and the equal opportunities policy in Slovenia -- Global civil society and policy integration: the marginalization of Polish and Czech environmental movements in the face of technocratic European governance.
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