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The Making of Global Inequality

A Conceptual History, 1945–1980

Christian Olaf Christiansen

, event “out there” ( Sache ) is named. 11 The postwar era saw what I analytically—not as a historical, empirical term—will call “discourses on an unequal world.” 12 For example, terms, such as international inequality , the widening gap , and the

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The Mainstreaming of Global Inequality, 1980–2020

Christian Olaf Christiansen

unequal world. 3 Intellectual histories of inequality have mainly covered individual thinkers in the West, to some extent equality in a global perspective, but much less has been written on ideas of international inequality and on the present. 4

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The Impact of the Changing World Order on the Situation of Central and Eastern Europe

Gracjan Cimek

Narodowościowe 19 : 11 – 32 . Bukowski , P. , and F. Novokmet . 2017 . “Top Incomes during Wars, Communism and Capitalism: Poland 1892–2015.” Working Paper 17 . London : LSE International Inequalities Institute . https://www.lse.ac.uk/International-Inequalities

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Ben Page, Olga R. Gulina, Doğuş Şimşek, Caress Schenk, and Vidya Venkat

international inequality and poverty; (b) human development and emigration ratio have non-linear correlation: middle-income countries tend to have the highest emigration ratio; and (c) any positive social, economic, political, and structural change in low

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Scientist Warning on Why you Should Consume Less; Even if Wider Society Doesn’t

Peter M. Haswell

the ABC: Climate Change Policy and Theories of Social Change .” Environment and Planning A 42 (6): 1273 – 1285 . doi: 10.1068/a42282 . 10.1068/a42282 Shue , Henry . 1999 . “ Global Environment and International Inequality .” International

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Voices of internationalisation of higher education from sub-Saharan Africa, China and Indonesia

Sintayehu Kassaye Alemu, Mei Qu, and Zulfa Sakhiyya

internationalisation are the strategies of global marketisation of higher education with internationalisation reflecting the existing international inequality between nations and world regions. Conclusion Even though internationalisation of higher education

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Certification Regimes in the Global Agro-Food System and the Transformation of the Nature-Society Relationship

Ecological Modernization or Modernization of Ecology?

Md Saidul Islam

: Cornell University Press . Sutton , Philip W. 2004 . Nature, Environment, and Society . Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan . Talbot , John M. 2002 . “ Tropical Commodity Chains, Forward Integration Strategies and International Inequality: Coffee