Globalization and Culture

Globalization and Culture

Elgar Research Reviews in Business

Manfred B. Steger

Globalization has been the subject of fierce academic and public debates over the past two decades, but the focus has tended to revolve around ‘objective’ aspects linked to economics and technology. This authoritative research review by a leading academic in the field brings together important papers which cover the equally crucial ‘subjective’ dimensions with particular emphasis on the production and dispersion of cultural meanings, identities and practices.

Review Article

Manfred B. Steger

Subjects: business and management, international business, politics and public policy, international politics

Globalization has been the subject of fierce academic and public debates over the past two decades, but the focus has tended to revolve around ‘objective’ aspects linked to economics and technology. This authoritative research review by a leading academic in the field brings together important papers which cover the equally crucial ‘subjective’ dimensions with particular emphasis on the production and dispersion of cultural meanings, identities and practices.

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