Business, Globalization, and Development
I. Ideas of Our Times: Business, State, and Society
Karl Polanyi, The Great Transformation: the political and
economic origins of our time. 2nd Beacon Paperback ed foreword by Joseph E.
introduction by Fred Block.
Mark Blyth, Great transformations: economic ideas and institutional change in the twentieth century.
: Cambridge Press, 2002. Publisher’s blurb. 296pp. paper $19. Amazon link Cambridge University
John Martinussen, Society, state, and market : a guide to competing theories of development.
, Zed Books 1997. Amazon.com paperback info London
II. Imperial Business: Scale, Wealth, and State Power
Karl Moore and David Lewis, Foundations of corporate empire: is history repeating itself?
/ London : Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2000. $30 paper 288 pages. Ancient times to present super longue-duree; including first (1500-`700), second (1800-1950), and third (20th century) “global economies.” ending with chapter called “should the world be American?” Amazon.com paperback info New York
Charles R.Geisst, Monopolies in
: empire builders and their enemies from Jay Gould to Bill Gates. America : New York Press, 2000. UPenn online version. Oxford University
American Empire and Globalization
Robert L. Tignor, Capitalism and nationalism at the end of empire: state and business in decolonizing
, Egypt , and Nigeria , 1945-1963. Kenya : Princeton, N.J. PrincetonUniversity Press, c1998.
Nicholas J. White, Business, government, and the end of empire:
Malaya, 1942-1957. / Kuala Lumpur : New York Press, 1996. DS596.6 .W47 1996 Oxford University
Robert Vitalis, When capitalists collide: business conflict and the end of empire in
. Egypt : Berkeley , c1995. HG5836.A3 V58 1995. Amazon.com paperback info Universityof California Press
Managing the business of empire: essays in honour of David Fieldhouse. Edited by Peter Burroughs and A.J. Stockwell.
; London : Frank Cass, 1998. Portland, OR
British Empire: A Business Environment
Theodore K. Rabb,
and empire: merchant and gentry investment in the expansion of Enterprise 1575-1630. England : Routledge/Thoemmes Press, 1999. HF485 .R3 1999 London
Vincent Caillard, Imperial fiscal reform. with a new introduction by Ewen Green.
: Routledge/Thoemmes, 1998. London
Basudev Chatterji, Trade, tariffs, and empire:
Lancashireand British policy in , 1919-1939. India / Delhi : New York Press, 1992. HD1534.5.I5 C48 1992 Oxford University
J. Forbes Munro, Maritime enterprise and empire : Sir William Mackinnon and his business network, 1823-93. Woodbrige;
: Boydell Press, 2003. Rochester, NY
Michael Tamarkin, Cecil Rhodes and the
: the imperial colossus and the colonial parish pump. Cape Afrikaners :: Frank Cass, 1996. London
Claude Markovits, Indian business and nationalist politics, 1931-1939 : the indigenous capitalist class and the rise of the Congress Party.
Press, 1985. Cambridge University
Claude Markovitz, The Global World of Indian Merchants: Traders of
Sindfrom Bukara to . Panama Press, 2000. UPenn online edition. Cambridge University
Traditional Industry in the Economy of
Mary A. Prodica, ”All in the family: marriage, gender, and the family business of imperialism in British India,“ IN Colonialism and the modern world : selected studies, edited by Gregory Blue, Martin Bunton, and Ralph Croizier, Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2002, pp. ___” (source book)
Business, race, and politics in
Rudner, Caste and
Capitalism in Colonial
IV. The Addiction Business: Opiates
“Dealing with the demon”
[videorecording]. Patrick Nolan
Alfred W. McCoy, The politics of heroin: CIA complicity in the global drug trade,
: Lawrence Hill Books, c2003. paper $23. 672pp. Chicago
David T. Courtwright, Dark paradise: a history of opiate addiction in
. America : Cambridge Press, 2001. Harvard University
V. The Petroleum Business: Focus on
Marian Kent, Oil and empire British policy and Mesopotamian oil, 1900-1920.
: Barnes & Noble, 1976. New York
Larry Everest, Oil, power and empire:
and the Iraq global agenda. U.S. : Common Courage Press, 2004. Monroe, Me.
Rashid Khalidi, Resurrecting empire: western footprints and
's perilous path in the America Middle East. : Beacon Press, 2004. Boston
Mary Ann Heiss, Empire and nationhood: the
, United States , and Iranian oil, 1950-1954. Great Britain : New York Press, 1997. Columbia University
Ed Shaffer, The
and the control of world oil. United States : New York St. Martin's Press, 1983.
, The empire of oil. Harvey , Monthly Review Press, 1955. New York
John P. Herrick, Empire
oil: the story of oil in
VI. Banana Business: The United Fruit Company
power, production, and history in the
Lara Putnam, The company they kept: migrants and the politics of gender in
Caribbean , 1870-1960. Costa Rica Chapel Hill: , c2002. Universityof North Carolina Press
Steve Striffler, In the shadows of state and capital: the United Fruit Company, popular struggle, and agrarian restructuring in
, 1900-1995. Duke, 2002 Ecuador
Cindy Forster, The time of freedom: campesino workers in
's October Revolution. Guatemala : Pittsburgh Press, 2001. Universityof Pittsburgh
Stephen Schlesinger and Stephen Kinzer, Bitter fruit: the story of the American coup in
. Guatemala : Cambridge , 1999. Harvard University
Aviva Chomsky, West Indian workers and the United Fruit Company in
, 1870-1940. Costa Rica : Baton Rouge Press, 1996. Louisiana State University
Paul J. Dosal, Doing business with the dictators: a political history of United Fruit in
, 1899-1944. Guatemala : SR Books, 1993. Wilmington
Philippe I. Bourgois, Ethnicity at work: divided labor on a Central American banana plantation.
: Baltimore Press, 1989. Johns Hopkins University
Robert MacCameron, Bananas, labor, and politics in
, 1954-1963. Honduras : Syracuse of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Maxwell School , 1983. Syracuse University
Thomas P. McCann, An American company: the tragedy of United Fruit. edited by Henry Scammell.
: Crown Publishers, 1976. New York
Richard Allen LaBarge, Impact of the United Fruit Company on the economic development of
: 1946-1954. Guatemala : Middle American Research Institute, New Orleans , 1960. Tulane University
Frederick Upham Adams, Conquest of the tropics; the story of the creative enterprises conducted by the United fruit company, Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page & company, 1914.
VII. China Business: Nationality and Globalization:
Aihwa Ong and Donald M. Nonini, Editors. Ungrounded Empires: The Cultural Politics of Modern Chinese Transnationalism. Routledge, 1997, 352pp, $24.95
Elisabeth Kčoll, From cotton mill to business empire: the emergence of regional enterprises in modern
. China : Cambridge , Harvard University Asia Center Press, 2003. Harvard University
Robert Hefner, Editor, Market Culture: Society and Morality in the New Asian Capitalisms. Westview 1997. 352pp. $39.
Franco Amatori and Geoffrey
Jones, Business History Around the World.
James L. Watson, Editor Golden Arches East:
VIII. Global Business: Imperial Marketeers in a World of Nations
Richard White, “Corruption in
America's Gilded Age,”
George C. Lodge, “Using Big
Business to Fight Poverty,”
Jennifer Scanlon, “JWT’s Early Contribution to Globalization,”
Manda Salls, “Why
We Don’t Study Corporate Responsibility,”
David C. Korten, When Corporations Rule the World. Kumarian Press, 2001. 385pp. $25.95
Berch Berberoglu, Globalization of capital and the nation-state: imperialism, class struggle, and the state in the age of global capitalism.
: Rowman & Littlefield, c2003. Lanham, MD
J. Paul Mark, The empire builders: inside the
. Harvard Business School : W. Morrow, c1987. HF1134.H4 M37 1987 New York
Janet Lowe, The secret empire: how 25 multinationals rule the world.
: Business One Irwin, c1992. HD2755.5 .L676 1992 Homewood
IX. Doing Business Globally: Options and Trends.
Locating global advantage : industry dynamics in the international economy. Edited by Martin Kenney with Richard Florida, Stanford::
Press, 2004. [Industry cases] Lippincott HF1418.5 .L33 2004 Stanford University
Global Inc.: an atlas of the multinational corporation. By Medard Gabel and Henry Bruner.
: New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton, c2003. Van Pelt Ref G1046.Q1 G3 2003 New York
George C. Lodge, Managing Globalization in the Age of
Interdependence. Paperback Warren Bennis
Executive Briefing Service, licensed for sale only in
Tom Osenton, The Death of Demand: Finding Growth in a Saturated Global Economy. Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2004.
X. Debating Business Globally: Ideals, Interests, and Information
Barbara Wolcott, David, Goliath and the Beach-Cleaning
Machine: How a
Pierre Bourdieu, Firing Back: Against the Tyranny of the Market. NY: New Press. 2003. 103pp $10.
Pierre Bourdieu, Acts of Resistance: Against the Tyranny of the Market. NY:New Press. 1999 $11.
Alex Callinicos, An anti-capitalist manifesto.
: Polity Press ; Cambridge, UK : Distributed in the Malden, MA by Blackwell Publishers, 2003. USA
Brink Lindsey, Against the dead hand: the uncertain struggle for global capitalism.
: Wiley, c2002. New York
HF1359 .L555 2002
John Bellamy Foster, Ecology against capitalism.
: Monthly Review Press, 2002. New York
Alex Callinicos, Against the third way: an anti-capitalist critique.
: Polity Press ; Cambridge, U.K. : Blackwell Publishers, 2001. HF1359 .C345 2001 Malden, MA
Up-to-date Information @ Global Policy Forum
XI. Rights and Freedoms: NGOs Seek Accountability
Calls for Accountability: http://southasia.oneworld.net/article/view/73578/1/
Small Business: Bonded Labor in India
Sex Business: Traficking in South Asia
XII. Business and Governance: Learning from Globalization
Corporate aftershock: the public policy lessons from the collapse of Enron and other major corporations. Edited by Christopher L. Culp and William A. Niskanen.
: J. Wiley, c2003. Hoboken
Global governance, conflict and resistance. edited by Feargal Cochrane, Rosaleen Duffy and Jan Selby.
: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. JZ1318 .G5568 2003 New York
,” personal reflections by Thuy Linh. Produced and directed by Thu Nguyen. Bullfrog Films, c2001. Videorecording 1 videocassette (30 min.) [A segment originally broadcast as part of a television series documenting the effects of globalization on individuals and communities around the world.] Hanoi
George Soros, The bubble of American supremacy: correcting the misuse of American power.
: Public Affairs, 2004. New York
David A. Westbrook, City of gold: an apology for global capitalism in a time of discontent.
: Routledge, 2004. New York
Robert Boyer, States against markets: the limits of globalization. Edited by Robert Boyer and Daniel Drache.
: Routledge, 1996. New York
Patrick Bond, Against global apartheid:
meets the World Bank, IMF and international finance. Lansdowne: South Africa Press; Universityof Cape Town / London : Zed Books. Distributed in the New York by Palgrave, 2003. USA
Juanita Elias, Fashioning inequality: the multinational company and gendered employment in a globalizing world.
Aldershot, Hampshire, ; England : Ashgate, 2004. ( Burlington, VT --Case studies). HD6060.65.M4 E44 2004 Malaysia
John Plender, Going off the rails: global capital and the crisis of legitimacy.
Chichester, West Sussex, ; England : John Wiley, c2003. Lippincott HG4523 .P58 2003 Hoboken, N.J.
Kevin Danaher and Jason Mark, Insurrection: citizen challenges to corporate power.
: Routledge, 2003. New York
[Chapters include “Corporate power vs. people power: a history of
corporate accountability struggles” -- "Would you want your sister to work there?": the conflict over sweatshops -- Flipper vs. the WTO: the fight for dolphin-safe tuna …] HN17.5 .D26 2003 U.S.
Making globalization good: the moral challenges of global capitalism. Edited by John H. Dunning.
/ Oxford : New York Press, 2003. HB501 .M512 2003 Oxford University