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From the Publisher"Undergraduate students or anyone else looking for a clear, well-informed introduction to globalisation and its literature should find the book readable and rewarding; readers more familiar with its subject should find it stimulating."
Political Studies Review
"An excellent guide to the works of leading globalization thinkers. More than a regular 'reader' on globalization; Jones offers his own analysis, distils the various criticisms and evaluates the thinker's contributions against the historical context of his or her key works."
Geografiska Annaler B
"This imaginative book offers an excellent grand tour of the monumental works by 18 leading thinkers of contemporary globalization. Written in a highly systematic and yet critical manner, Jones' book clearly stands out as the key introductory reference in the messy jungle of globalization studies."
Henry Yeung, National University of Singapore
"Andrew Jones has produced an absorbing and detailed analysis of some of the key writers on globalisation that provides a timely and critical assessment of the current state of knowledge in this somewhat crowded field."
Diane Perrons, London School of Economics
"This book offers a rather unique and original means of understanding the different perspectives on globalization. It cuts through jargon and presents in a clear fashion the arguments of the key thinkers."
Stephen D. Morris, Tennessee State University