John Agnew: The New Global Economy: Time-Space Compression, Geopolitics, and Uneven Development

John Agnew is a professor of geography at UCLA. He taught for over 20 years in the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and has been at UCLA since 1996. He is the author or coauthor, among other works, of Hegemony: The New Shape of Global PowerChoice — Outstanding Academic Title for 2005; Place and Politics in Modern Italy; The Geography of the World Economy; and The United States in the World Economy; and Berlusconi's Italy: Mapping Contemporary Italian Politics. His current research concerns globalization and sovereignty.

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