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  • The Asian Mediterraneanby Francois Gipouloux

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2011; US$ 40.00

    This insightful book draws upon a wide range of disciplines - political economy, geography and international relations - to examine how Asia has returned to its central position in the world economy. As in the case of the hosting of the Olympic games, it is cities rather than states which compete, whether as financial centres, logistical hubs or platforms... more...

  • Gateways to Globalisationby Francois Gipouloux

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2011; US$ 40.00

    Asia's trading and financial hubs have become global cities which frequently have more in common and closer linkages with each other than with their corresponding hinterlands. As this book expounds, these global cities illustrate to what extent world trends deeply penetrate and permeate the national territorial interiors and processes that were otherwise... more...

  • La Chine du 21e siècleby François Gipouloux

    Armand Colin 2005; Not Available

    La Chine n'a pas fini de surprendre. Elle a plus changé au cours de vingt années de réforme qu'en trois décennies de socialisme orthodoxe, et depuis son accession à l'Organisation mondiale du commerce (OMC) en 2001, le mouvement s'est emballé : les Chinois travaillent, échangent avec le reste du monde, et s'enrichissent. Face à leur entrée fracassante... more...

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