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Jonathan Michie

There could hardly be a more appropriate time in world history to be revisiting the issues of globalisation and democracy. After almost two centuries of what might be regarded as globalisation in the current usage of the term, it has fallen into disrepute. Voters have used the ballot box to reject both the concept of globalisation and the mainstream parties that promoted it. The UK voted to leave the EU, in the 2016 ‘Brexit’ referendum, and the US elected Donald Trump as President. This Research Review brings together the key writings on globalisation and democracy exploring the progression of globalisation as well as themes such as employment, international trade, technology and the environment amongst other important issues. This Research Review provides both scholarly and lay readers an opportunity to analyse how globalisation has impacted the world we live in today.
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Jonathan Michie

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Alan Walker and Liam Foster

This research review presents the most important and influential articles and papers on ageing and later life of the past half century. The authors examine policy creation and implementation, practice and critical gerontology including both feminist and international perspectives. This is a critical assembly of work and will be of immense assistance to anyone looking to understand the consequences of our ageing population on society.
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Alan Walker and Liam Foster

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Liam Foster and Alan Walker

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Alan Walker and Liam Foster

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Stephan Leibfried and Steffen Mau

In this research review Leibfried and Mau assess the most vital articles about the welfare state and its ‘reformation’ written since the mid-1970s. Their choices and organizing principles bring coherence and additional insight to these articles which, together, provide a comprehensive presentation of all the key empirical, conceptual and normative issues.
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Stephan Leibfried and Steffen Mau