The regionalization of capital in the patchwork economy and the transnationalization of the subnational state
Cannon, D. and Jayasuriya, K. (2015) The regionalization of capital in the patchwork economy and the transnationalization of the subnational state. In: Sprague, J., (ed.) Globalization and Transnational Capitalism in Asia and Oceania. Routledge as part of the Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 285-300.
In this chapter, we argue that our analytical efforts should be focused on explaining how global and regional changes–by regional, we broadly refer to Oceania–in the political economy lead to contestations within established state institutions, as well as layering new practices of governance within established institutions (Jayasuriya, 2008, 2009). State institutions are not external to the market, but are partially shaped by economic and market processes (Glassman, 2011; Gough, 2004). We explore how Australia's increasing ...
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