December 2005World-Systems Research
Globalizations from Above and
The Future of World Society
Mark Herkenrath, Claudia König,
Hanno Scholtz,& Thomas Volken
Christopher Chase-Dunn, George Modelski, Joachim Karl Rennstich, Alberto Martinelli, Jeffrey Kentor, Michael Nollert, Gordon Laxer, & Neera Chandhoke
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Volume XI, Number 2,
December 2005 Special Issue:
Globalizations from 'Above' and 'Below' The Future of World Society
Mark Herkenrath, Claudia König, Hanno Scholtz, & Thomas Volken CONTENTS
Mark Herkenrath, Claudia König, Hanno Scholtz, & Thomas Volken A Brief History of the Future of World Society Christopher Chase-Dunn Social Evolution and the Future of World Society George Modelski Long-Term Trends in World Politics Joachim Karl Rennstich Chaos or ReOrder? The Future of Hegemony in a World-System in Upheaval Alberto Martinelli From World System to World Society? Jeffrey Kentor The Growth of Transnational Corporate Networks: 1962-1998 Michael Nollert Transnational Corporate Ties: A Synopsis of Theories and Empirical Findings Gordon Laxer Popular National Sovereignty and the U.S. Empire Neera Chandhoke How Global is Global Civil Society?
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