World Society in the Global Economic Crisis
Co-editors: Mark Herkenrath, Christian Suter
Contributing co-authors: Eric Mielants, Jeffrey Kentor, Peter Grimes
Eric Mielants (with Jeffrey Kentor and Peter Grimes) is a contributing author, "The Current Economic Crisis, The Longue Durée, and Regional Hegemony," p. 71-88.
Book description: The global financial and economic crisis started in 2008 with the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Four years later, despite massive national and international countermeasures, it is still not over. This volume examines the considerable economic, social and political consequences of the present global crisis for world society. In particular, the 16 contributions focus on three central issues: Firstly, crisis impacts on world society structures and evolutionary dynamics, secondly, crisis perceptions and public discourses with their social and political consequences and, thirdly, experience of the global crisis at local and regional levels, as well as the responses to it.
Eric Mielants, Jeffrey Kentor and Peter Grimes. “The Current Economic Crisis, The Longue Durée, and Regional Hegemony” , in Mark Herkenrath & Christian Suter (eds.) World Society in the Global Economic Crisis Münster : LIT Verlag, 2012, p. 71-88
Herkenrath, Mark; Suter, Christian; Mielants, Eric; Kentor, Jeffrey; and Grimes, Peter, "World Society in the Global Economic Crisis" (2012). Sociology & Anthropology Faculty Book and Media Gallery. 37.