Edited by Robert C. Kloosterman, Virginie Mamadouh and Pieter Terhorst
Chapter 3: Globalization and the question of scale
The most recent round of globalization generated an enhanced interest in geographic scale. The contributions of the scalar restructuring school have been particularly prominent. While some of the empirical tendencies identified there can be disputed, the major concern in this chapter is its under-specification of the capitalist nature of processes of scale formation and the associated role of geographically uneven development and both between and within countries.
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