Routledge Handbook of World-Systems Analysis
Co-editors: Salvatore Babones, Christopher Chase-Dunn
Contributing author: Eric Mielants
Eric Mielants is a contributing author, "The Great Transition Debate and World-Systems Analysis," p. 56-62.
Book description: World-systems analysis has developed rapidly over the past thirty years. Today's students and junior scholars come to world-systems analysis as a well-established approach spanning all of the social sciences. The best world-systems scholarship, however, is spread across multiple methodologies and more than half a dozen academic disciplines. Aiming to crystallize forty years of progress and lay the groundwork for the continued development of the field, the Handbook of World-Systems Analysis is a comprehensive review of the state of the field of world-systems analysis since its origins almost forty years ago.
The Handbook includes contributions from a global, interdisciplinary group of more than eighty world-systems scholars. The authors include founders of the field, mid-career scholars, and newly emerging voices. Each one presents a snapshot of an area of world-systems analysis as it exists today and presents a vision for the future.
Mielants, Eric. “The Great Transition Debate and World-Systems Analysis” in Salvatore Babones & Christopher Chase-Dunn (co-eds.) Routledge Handbook of World-Systems Analysis, Routledge, New York, 2012, p. 56-62.
Babones, Salvatore; Chase-Dunn, Christopher; and Mielants, Eric, "Routledge Handbook of World-Systems Analysis" (2012). Sociology & Anthropology Faculty Book and Media Gallery. 38.
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