By Ben Derudder, Frank Witlox
Transnational spatial family members provide a key aspect from which to review the geographies of latest globalization. This publication assesses the prospective cross-fertilization among of the main extraordinary analytical frameworks - the realm urban community framework and the worldwide commodity chain framework.Transnational spatial kinfolk became a key analytical lens during which to review the geographies of latest globalizationBrings jointly contributions of key researchers from diverse backgrounds and various components of the worldOffers a collection of unique ways to the research of the networked geography of globalization
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