Bibliography for Political Economy and Global Social Change  v. 10/15/14 

Bibliography for Political Economy and Global Social Change v. 10/15/14 Procedures for qualifying examinations in the Political Economy of Global Social Change specialization of the Sociology department at UC Riverside. Students wishing to specialization in Political Economy and Global Social Change (PEGSC) must answer three questions to the satisfaction of the current examination of the committee. One question will be a general question, and will derive entirely from readings on this list. The remaining two questions will reflect the substantive research interests of the examinee. In consultation with the PEGSC committee, students will select 50 readings from the general reading list. In addition, they will develop two additional readings lists consisting of 50 readings each. Students may use readings from the general reading list on the specialized list, but cannot use them to satisfy the quota for the general list. Students will receive examinations on a Friday, and examinations will become due the following Monday. Classical Theory 1.
Karl Marx: Capital, Volume 1, Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 4, “The fetishism of commodities and the secret thereof”; Chapter 26 “The secret of primitive accumulation; and Chapter 31, “Genesis of the industrial capitalist.” 2.
Karl Marx Grundrisse, Introduction “The method of political economy.” 3.
Mills, C. Wright. 1956. The Power Elite. New York: Oxford University Press. 4.
Parsons, Talcott 1971 The System of Modern Societies. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice‐Hall 5.
Polanyi, Karl. 1944. The Great Transformation. New York, NY: Farrar & Reinhart, Inc. 6.
Polanyi, Karl. “The economy as instituted process” Pp. 239‐270 in K. Polanyi, Conrad M. Arensberg and Harry W. Pearson (eds.) Trade and Market in the Early Empires: Economies in History and Theory. 7.
Smith, Adam. 2003 [1776]. The Wealth of Nations. New York: Bantam Dell. pp 9‐32, 122‐197, 568‐593, 704‐14. Topics covered: division of labor, profit, colonies. 8.
Giovanni Arrighi 2008. “The Historical Sociology of Adam Smith,” Chapter 2 in Adam Smith and Beijing. London: Verso 9.
Weber, Max. 1978. Economy and Society, Vol 1 and 2. Berkeley: UC Press. pp 33‐36, “Types of legitimate order: convention and law;” 54‐56, “Political and hierocratic organizations;” 82‐140, 150‐153, 201‐206, 302‐305, 375‐381, 926‐939. Topics covered: legitimacy, authority, wealth/capital/markets, classes, household‐to‐capitalist economies, stratification. 10.
Max Weber General Economic History 11.
Frederic Lane, “The economic meaning of war and protection,” Chapter 2 in Profits from Power: Readings in Protection Rent and Violence‐Controlling Enterprises. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1979. 12.
C. Chase‐Dunn, “Geopolitics and capitalism: one logic or two?” Chapter 7 in Global Formation: Structures of the World‐Economy. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1998. Global stratification 1 13.
Amin, Samir 1980 “The class structure of the contemporary imperialist system.” Monthly Review 31,8:9‐26. Bergesen, Albert and Ronald Schoenberg. 1980. “Long waves of colonial expansion and contraction 1415‐1969” Pp. 231‐278 in Albert Bergesen (ed.) Studies of the Modern World‐
System. New York: Academic Press Bornschier, Volker 2010 “On the evolution of inequality in the world system” Pp. 39‐64 in Christian Suter (ed.) Inequality Beyond Globalization: Economic Changes, Social Transformations and the Dynamics of Inequality. Zurich: LIT Verlag Cardoso, F.H. and E. Faletto 1979 Dependency and Development in Latin America. Berkeley: University of California Press. Clark, Rob. 2011. “World Income Inequality in the Global Era: New Estimates, 1990–2008.” Social Problems 58: 565–592. Firebaugh, Glenn 1999. Empirics of World Income Inequality." American Journal of Sociology 104: 1597‐1630 Firebaugh, Glenn. 2003. New Geographies of World Income Inequality. Cambridge: Harvard University Press Hung, Ho‐Fung and Jaime Kucinskas. 2011. “Globalization and Global Inequality: Assessing the Impact of the rise of China and India, 1980‐2005” American Journal of Sociology 116(5): 1478‐
1513. Kentor, Jeffrey. 2000. Kentor, Jeffrey. Capital and Coercion: The Role of Economic and Military Power in the World‐Economy 1800‐1990. New York: Routledge. Mahutga, Matthew C. 2014. “Global Production Networks and International Inequality: Making a Case for a Meso‐Level Turn in Macro‐Comparative Sociology.” Forthcoming in the Journal of World‐Systems Research. Milanovich, Branko 2005. Worlds Apart. Princeton: Princeton University Press Korzieniwicz, Patricio and Timothy Moran. 1997. “World‐Economic Trends in the Distribution of Income, 1965‐1992.” American Journal of Sociology 102: 1000‐39 Pomeranz, Kenneth. 2000. The Great Divergence: Europe, China and the Making of the Modern World Economy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Within‐Country Income Inequality 26.
Akchurin, Maria and Cheol‐Sung Lee. 2013. “Pathways to Empowerment: Repertoires of Women’s Activism and Gender Earnings Equality.” American Sociological Review 679‐701. 27.
Alderson, Arthur S and Francois Nielsen. 1999. “Inequality, Development and Dependence: A Reconsideration.” American Sociological Review 64(4):606‐31 28.
_______2002 . “Globalization and the Great U‐Turn: Income Inequality Trends in 16 OECD Countries.” American Journal of Sociology 107(5):1244‐99 29.
Beckfield, Jason. 2006. “European Integration and Income Inequality.” American Sociological Review 71: 964‐985. 30.
Bandelj, Nina and Matthew C. Mahutga. 2010. “How Socio‐Economic Change Shapes Income Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe.” Social Forces 88(5): 2133‐2161. 31.
Lee, Cheol‐Soul. 2005. “Income Inequality, Democracy, and Public Sector Size.” American Sociological Review 70: 158‐181 32.
Lee, Cheol‐Sung, Young‐Bum Kim and Jae‐Mahn Shim. 2011. “The Limit of Equality Projects: Public‐Sector Expansion, Sectoral Conflicts, and Income Inequality in Postindustrial Economies.” American Sociological Review 76(1): 100‐24. 2 33.
Lee, Cheol‐Sung, Francois Nielsen, and Arthur S. Alderson. 2007. “Income Inequality, Global Economy and the State.” Social Forces 86:77‐111. 34.
Mahutga, Matthew C and Nina Bandelj. 2008. “Foreign Direct Investment and Income Inequality: The Natural Experiment of Central and Eastern Europe.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 29(6): 429‐454 35.
Nielsen, Francois. 1994. "Income Inequality and Industrial Development: Dualism Revisited." American Sociological Review 59(5): 654‐77. 36.
Rueda, David and Jonas Pontusson. 2000. “Wage Inequality and Varieties of Capitalism.” World Politics 52(3): 350‐83. Globalization and economic organization 37.
Alderson, Arthur S. 1999. “Explaining Deindustrialization: Globalization, Failure or Success?” American Sociological Review. 38.
Bair, Jennifer. 2005. “Global Capitalism and Commodity Chains: Looking Back, Going Forward.” Competition and Change 9(2): 153‐180. 39.
Bair, Jennifer Lynn and Matthew C. Mahutga. 2012. “Varieties of Offshoring? Spatial Fragmentation and the Organization of Production in 21st Century Capitalism.” Pp. 270‐297 in Richard Whitely and Glen Morgan (Eds) Capitalisms and Capitalism in the 21st century. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 40.
Boyer, Robert, 1996: “The Convergence Hypothesis Revisited: Globalization but Still the Century of Nations?” Pp 29‐59 in Suzanne Berger and Ronald Dore (eds.), National Diversity and Global Capitalism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press 41.
Gereffi, Gary 1996. “Global Commodity Chains: New Forms of Coordination and Control Among Nations and Firms in International Industries.” Competition and Change 1(1): 427‐439. 42.
Gereffi, Gary and Korzeniewicz 1994. Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism. London: Praeger 43.
Herrigel, Gary, and Volker Wittke, 2005: “Varieties of Vertical Disintegration: The Global Trend toward Heterogeneous Supply Relations and the Reproduction of Difference in US and German Manufacturing” Pp 277‐311 in Glenn Morgan, Richard Whitley, and Eli Moen (eds.), Changing Capitalisms? Internationalization, Institutional Change, and Systems of Economic Organization. Oxford: Oxford University Press 44.
Hopkins, Terrance and Immanuel Wallerstein. 1986. “Commodity Chains in the World Economy Prior to 1800.” Review 10(1): 157‐70. 45.
Kenworthy, Lane. 1997. “Globalization and Economic Convergence.” Competition and Change 2: 1‐64 46.
Kollmeyer, Christopher. 2009. “Explaining Deindustrialization: How Affluence, Productivity Growth and Globalization Diminish Manufacturing Employment.” American Journal of Sociology 114(6): 1644‐74 47.
Mahutga, Matthew C. 2012 “When Do Value Chains Go Global? A Theory of the Spatialization of Global Value Chains.” Global Networks 12: 1‐21 48. Mahutga, Matthew C. 2014. “Production Networks and the Organization of the Global Manufacturing Economy.” Sociological Perspectives 57(2): 229‐55. 49.
Whitley, Richard. 1996. “Business Systems and Global Commodity Chains: Competing or Compliementary Forms of Economic Organization? Competition and Change 1: 411‐25. Globalization, the nation‐state and global governance 50.
Abernethy, David B. 2000. The Dynamics of Global Dominance: European Overseas Empires, 1415–1980. 3 51.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press Abu‐Lughod, Janet 1991 Before European Hegemony: The World‐System A.D. 1250‐1350. New York:Oxford University Press. Arrighi, Giovanni and Beverly Silver. 1999. Chaos and Governance in the Modern World System. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Beck, Ulrich. 2005. Power in the Global Age. Malden, MA: polity. Bergesen, Albert 2013 “The new surgical colonialism: China, Africa and oil” Pp.300‐320 in George Steinmetx (ed.) Sociology and Empire: the Imperial Entanglements of a Discipline. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Boswell, Terry and Christopher Chase‐Dunn. 2000. The Spiral of Capitalism and Socialism: Toward Global Democracy. Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienner. Chase‐Dunn, Christopher and Ellen Reese 2008 “Global party formation in world historical perspective” in Katarina Sehm‐Patomaki and Marko Ulvila (eds.) Global Party Formation. London: Zed Press. Cox, Oliver C. 1959 The Foundations of Capitalism. New York: Philosophical Library Evans, Peter. 1995. Embedded Autonomy: States & Industrial Transformation. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Evans, Peter. 1985. “Transnational Linkages and the Economic Role of the State: An Analysis of Developing and Industrialized Nations in the Post‐World War II Period,” pp. 192‐226 in Bringing the State Back In, edited by Peter Evans, Dietrich Rueschemeyer, and Theda Skocpol Theda. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. Evans, Peter B., Rueschemeyer, Dietrich, and Skocpol Theda. 1985. Bringing the State Back In, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. Gilpin, Robert. 2001. Global Political Economy: Understanding the International Economic Order. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Go, Julian 2011 Patterns of Empire: The British and American Empires, 1688 to the present Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Harvey, David 2003 The New Imperialism. New York: Oxford University Press. Held, David; Anthony McGrew, David Goldblatt & Jonathan Parraton, 1999. “Introduction,” pp. 1‐31 in Global Transformations; Politics, Economics and Culture. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Hugill, Peter. 1999. Global Communication Since 1844: Geopolitics and Technology. Baltimore, MA: Johns Hopkins University Press. Lane, Frederic. 1979. Profits from Power: Readings in Protection Rent and Violence‐Controlling Enterprises. Albany: State University of New York Press. Mahoney, James. 2010. Colonialism and Postcolonial Development: Spanish America in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Mann, Michael. 1986. “Chapter 1: Societies as Organized Power Networks,” Pp. 1‐33 in Sources of Social Power, Volume 1: A History of Power from the beginning to A.D. 1760. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Modelski, George and William R. Thompson. 1996. Leading Sectors and World Powers: The Co‐
Evolution of Global Politics and Economics. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, SC. O’Riain, Sean. 2000. “States and Markets in an Era of Globalization.” Annual Review of Sociology 26: 187‐213. Patomäki, Heikki. 2008. The Political Economy of Global Security: War, Future Crises and Changes in Global Governance. New York: Routledge. 4 72.
Taylor, Peter 1996 The Way the Modern World Works: Global Hegemony to Global Impasse. New York: Wiley. Quark, Amy. 2013. Global Rivalries. Chicago: Chicago University Press. Bergesen, Albert J. 2012. “Chapter 15.1: Geography and War,” Pp. 483‐489 in Routledge Handbook of World Systems Analysis, edited by Salvatore Babones and Christopher Chase‐Dunn. London and New York: Routledge Linda Weiss 1998. The Myth of the Powerless State. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Schnee, Walter. 2001. “Nationalism: A Review of the Literature.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology. 29: 1‐1 Welfare States 77.
Brady, David, Jason Beckfield, and Martin Seeleib‐Kaiser. 2005. “Economic Globalization and the Welfare State in Affluent Democracies,1975–2001.” American Sociological Review 70(6):921–48. 78.
Christopher, Karen; England, Paula; Smeeding, Timothy M.; Phillips, Katherin Ross. 2002. “The Gender Gap in Poverty in Modern Nations: Single Motherhood, the Market, and the State.” Sociological Perspectives 45(3): 219‐242. 79.
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Misra, Joya; Moller, Stephanie; Budig, Michelle J. 2007. “Work‐Family Policies and Poverty for Partnered And Single Women In Europe And North America.” Gender & Society 21(6): 804‐827. 81.
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John Stephens and Evelyne Huber. 2000. "Partisan Governance, Women's Employment, and the Social Democratic Service State" American Sociological Review 65(3): 323‐42. Globalization and cities 85.
Alderson, Arthur and Jason Beckfield. 2004. “Power and Position in the World‐City System.” American Journal of Sociology 109(4): 811‐51. 86.
Neil Brenner and Roger Keil’s Global Cities Reader has some excellent contributions. 87.
Davis, Mike 2006 Planet of Slums. London: Verso 88.
Sassen, Saskia. 2001. The Global City. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 89.
Taylor, Peter. 2004 World City Network: A Global Urban Analysis. London: Routledge 90. GAWC papers: 91.
Mahutga, Matthew C., Xiulian Ma, David A. Smith and Michael Timberlake. 2010. “Economic Globalization and the Structure of the World‐City System: The Case of Airline Passenger Data.” Urban Studies 47(9): 1925‐1947. Globalization and the environment 92.
Bunker, Stephen G. 1985 Underdeveloping the Amazon. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. 93.
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Kposowa, Augustine J. (2006) Erosion of the rule of law as a contributing factor in civil conflict: the case of Sierra Leone. Police Practice & Research, 7,35‐48 103.
Kposowa, Augustine J. & J. Craig Jenkins (1993). Military Coups and the Struggle over the Post Colonial State, 1957‐1984. American Journal of Sociology, 99, 126‐163 104.
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Chan, Cheris. 2012. “Culture, State, and Varieties of Capitalism: A Comparative Study of Life Insurance Markets in Hong Kong and Taiwan.” British Journal of Sociology 63(1):97‐122. (or her book, or her Theory & Society article). 107.
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Bandelj, Nina and Matthew C. Mahutga. 2013. “Structures of Globalization: Evidence from the Evolution of the World‐Wide Network of Bilateral Investment Treaties (1959‐2009).” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 54(2): 95‐123. 112.
Carroll, William K. and J. P. Sapinski Embedding Post‐Capitalist Alternatives: The Global Network of Alternative Knowledge Production Journal of World Systems Research Volume 19, Number 2, Pages 211‐240 113.
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Clark, Robert V. and Matthew C. Mahutga. 2013. "Explaining the Trade‐Growth Link: Assessing Diffusion‐Based and Structure‐Based Models of Exchange." Social Science Research 42(2): 401‐
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Schoefer, Evan and John Meyer. 2005. “The World‐Wide Expansion of Higher Education in the Twentieth Century.” American Sociological Review, 70:898‐920 199.
Schoefer, Evan and Wes Longhofer. 2010. “National and Global Origins of Environmental Association.” American Sociological Review, 75: 505‐533 200.
Frank, David John, Tara Hardinge, and Kassia Wosick‐‐‐‑Correa. 2009. “The Global Dimensions of Rape Law Reform: A Cross National Study of Policy Outcomes.” American Sociological Review 74 (April): 272‑90. 201.
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