Tag Archives: globalisation

Nov 21 2019

Do political divides translate into social divides? Winners and losers of globalisation

Leave a comment

By Marc Helbling and Sebastian Jungkunz Over the years globalisation has led to major socio-political change that led to the emergence of a new cleavage between those who profit from it and those who suffer from the negative consequences thereof. Marc Helbling and Sebastian … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by Eurocrisis admin Tagged with: , , , ,

Nov 8 2019

The roots of right-wing populism in Central and Eastern Europe: at the nexus of neoliberalism and the global culture wars

2 Comments

By Elżbieta Korolczuk In their recent article in The Guardian, based on the forthcoming book The Light that Failed: The Reckoning Ivan Krastev and Steven Holmes claim that the current illiberal backlash in countries such as Poland and Hungary is best … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by Maria Brock Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

Jan 19 2017

Rerouting Globalisation: from economic to human development

Comments Off on Rerouting Globalisation: from economic to human development

Βy Lucas Juan Manuel Alonso Alonso When the different stages of a production process are carried out in different countries, a form of global integration is being developed. The global integration of the production process is usually understood as economic … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by Eurocrisis in the Press Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

May 25 2016

Crony Capitalism and Neoliberal Paradigm (Part I)

2 Comments

by Lucas Juan Manuel Alonso Alonso It is easy to see how almost all the European Union’s Member States, as well as other western advanced economies, are facing greater social inequalities, the spread of precarious/poorly-paid job conditions, greater tax burdens … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by Eurocrisis in the Press Tagged with: , , , ,

Jan 14 2016

Understanding Euroscepticism: How British hostility to the EU contrasts with opposition elsewhere in Europe

1 Comment

By  Montserrat Guibernau The UK and the EU are both changing. The UK stands as a world power and, as such, it continues to look for recognition while maintaining a distinct identity and status, which includes a special relationship with … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by Eurocrisis in the Press Tagged with: , , , ,