Neo-liberal globalization. Transformation of societies and states in the second era of modernism (the second era of globalization) Cover Image
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Neo-liberal globalization. Transformation of societies and states in the second era of modernism (the second era of globalization)
Neo-liberal globalization. Transformation of societies and states in the second era of modernism (the second era of globalization)

Author(s): Anđelko Milardović-Ivanković
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Supranational / Global Economy, Civil Society, Governance, Sociology, Economic policy, Government/Political systems, International relations/trade, Political economy, Sociology of Culture
Published by: Centar za politološka istraživanja
Summary/Abstract: Disputes over globalization have been intensified in various issues. One of the disputes deals with the history of globalization. Is globalization an old or a completely new process? If it is an old process, what differentiates it from the current process of globalizations or the overall integration of the world and human society in a single whole? Of course, there are different answers to this. The first approach points out that globalization is as old as the human race. The others believe it is a new process, influenced by neo-liberal values and new information technologies development enabling this type of globalization, a type beyond all historical types, scarcely comparable with any so far known attempts to globalize economy, politics and culture.

  • Page Range: 81-96
  • Page Count: 6
  • Publication Year: 2007
  • Language: English