Peter Dicken

Peter Dicken (born 1938) is an economic geographer whose research is primarily focused on the processes and patterns associated with globalisation. He joined the University of Manchester in 1966 following the successful completion of his MA from the same institution. He is currently an Emeritus Professor at the same university to which he has dedicated his academic life, continuing his research on global patterns of business and globalisation. His self-described area of research is:

‘the changing multi-scalar geographies of the global economy and on the structures and dynamics of global production networks, particularly the relationships between transnational corporations and states’. Provided by Wikipedia
by Dicken, Peter.
Published 2010
...Dicken, Peter. Global Shift : Mapping the Changing Contours of the World Economy....
Book Electronic
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