The Clash of Globalizations: Neo-liberalism, the Third Way and Anti-Globalization
Publication Date :
1 Jan 2009
This work addresses the politics of globalisation through an examination of neo-liberalism, the third way and anti-capitalist responses and alternatives. It utilises a Marxist approach, not only to challenge the claims made by apologists for 'actually existing globalisation', but to explain, contextualise and problematise the rise of anti-globalisation politics. Central to the work is a critique of globalisation theory, an examination of the role of the state as an agent of globalisation and a theorisation of the nature of uneven development.