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TitleGlobalization from below : the world's other economy
Author edited by Gordon Mathews, Gustavo Lins Ribeiro, and Carlos Alba Vega
Imprint London : Routledge, 2012
Descript x, 247 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm

CONTENT

What is globalization from below? / Gordon Mathews and Carlos Alba Vega -- Mapping globalization from below: routes, nodes, laws : Following the new Silk Road between Yiwu and Cairo / Olivier Pliez ; "They come from China": pirate CDs in Mexico in transnational perspective / José Carlos G. Aguiar ; Ciudad del Este and Brazilian circuits of commercial distribution / Fernando Rabossi ; Neoliberalism and globalization from below in Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong / Gordon Mathews -- Illegalisms and the city of Sao Paulo / Vera da Silva Telles -- Embodying globalization from below: entrepreneurs, traders, peddlers : Hong Kong petty capitalists investing in China : risk tolerance, uncertain investment environments, success and failure / Alan Smart and Josephine Smart ; From secondhand clothing to cosmetics : how Philippine-Hong Kong entrepreneurs fill gaps in cross-border trade / B. Lynne Milgram ; Mexican "ant traders" in the EI Paso/Ciudad Juarez border region: tensions between globalization, securitization and new mobility regimes / Melissa Gauthier ; African traders in Guangzhou: routes, reasons, profits, dreams / Yang Yang ; In the shadow of the mall: street hawking in global Calcutta / Ritajyoti Bandyopadhyay -- Localism meets globalization at an American street market / Robert Shepherd ; Local politics and globalization from below: the peddler leaders of Mexico City's historic center streets / Carlos Alba Vega


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