The Economic Geography of Globalization
by Piotr Pachura
Publisher: InTech 2011
Number of pages: 264
The economy is possibly the most recognized dimension of globalization. The authors of the articles in this book represent the great diversity of disciplines and methodological approaches as well as a variety of academic culture.
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