This title was first published in 2001. An examination of globalization and marginality in geographical space. It discusses the issue of marginalization and the effects that economic globalization have on marginal and critical regions from the point of view of politics and policies and the shift from economic to social issues of development. The aim of the book is to provide an overview of the globalization issues, and yet keep a close connection to practical examples of what, where and how globalization and deregulation effect marginal areas. The book is divided into four main parts, which address: effects of globalization; policies and politics of change; from economic to social issues; and summary and conclusions.
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