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Is economic sociology "ready" for globalization?

@inproceedings{Tonkiss2006IsES,
  title={Is economic sociology "ready" for globalization?},
  author={Fran Tonkiss},
  year={2006}
}
Globalization has been a critical concern for social and economic analysis in the last two decades, but its relation to economic sociology remains a complicated one. The broad concept of globalization is frequently taken to refer to a general state of socio-economic life, as well as the logic driving different economic processes of production, interaction and exchange. It implies a certain novelty, suggesting that current economic arrangements are distinctive in their form and unprecedented in… Expand

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