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Regions in comparative perspective

By Shaun Breslin, Richard A. Higgott and Ben Rosamond


This working paper is the introduction to New Regionalisms in the Global Political Economy: Theories and Cases, edited by Shaun Breslin, Christopher Hughes, Nicola Phillips and Ben Rosamond. New Regionalisms is published by Routledge for the “Warwick Studies In Globalzation” series, and this paper is reproduced with permission from Routlegde/Taylor and Francis

Topics: JZ
Publisher: University of Warwick. Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation
Year: 2002
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