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Globalization as a double process of institutional change and institution building

Abstract : Globalization is a word that suffers from overuse. Still, behind the overstretched concept lies the reality of an economic world that is not fully contained nor constrained by national boundaries. Economic organization and coordination increasingly reach across national borders and the impact is being felt both within the transnational sphere and, through rebound and indirect impact, at the national level as well. We started this book by acknowledging the need to take into account this transnational reality and its potentially quite significant impact. We now want to point, however, to its full complexity. [First paragraph]
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Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Sigrid Quack. Globalization as a double process of institutional change and institution building. Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic; Sigrid Quack. Globalization and Institutions, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.302 - 334, 2003, 9781840649758. ⟨hal-01892013⟩



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