ABSTRACT. Globalization of trade, foreign direct investment, and production are not just about an emerging geography of flows but how flows fit into and adapt to existing territorial or place-based patterns of economic development (Agnew). Roberts et al. highlight how the neoliberal geopolitics of the war planners illustrated the contradictory dependency of multilateral neoliberal deregulation on enforced re-regulation. New forms of economic coordination are indispensable to overcome the fragmentation of state-based policy-making in solving the problems of a global economy (Held).



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