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Globalization and the City: Two Connected Phenomena in Past and Present

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Globalization and the City: Two Connected Phenomena in Past and Present
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Publisher: Innsbruck University Press
ISBN-13: 9783902811967
Number of pages: 221

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This book is dedicated to contribute to the still underdeveloped but growing literature connecting the history of cities worldwide and their relation to global processes. The authors do so from various disciplinary backgrounds and by referring to different times and places.

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