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  • Riding the dialectical waves of gay political economy : a story from Birmingham's commercial gay scene
  • Birmingham ; Capitalism ; Consumption ; Cultural studies ; England ; Homosexuality ; Market ; Political economy ; Trade ; United Kingdom ; West Midlands
  • L'A. explore de manière renouvelée, en s'inspirant de Marx, l'ambivalence de l'espace commercial gay, et applique l'influence civilisatrice du capital à une incorporation capitaliste de contraintes et de possibilités radicales. Exemple d'une boîte
  • Policy issues involving housing commercialization in the People's Republic of China
  • The A. examines the institutional and political characteristics of the urban housing sector. He then discusses recent efforts toward housing reform and housing commercialization. Finally, he employs a quantitative analysis to evaluate two
  • highlights the political context in which commercial links are embedded.
  • The A. analyzes the current state of Soviet-Japanese commercial relations and prospects for development. He examines the changing economic environment for mutual trade, the declining rationale for joint agreements on the Japanese side and briefly
  • Contesting pisco : Chile, Peru, and the politics of trade
  • Bebida ; Chile ; Conflicto ; Cultural ; Perú ; Política comercial
  • cette boisson. L'essentiel de ce conflit commercial se conjugue en termes culturels et historiques.
  • Is Politics Behind Trade? The Impact of International Trends and Diplomatic Action on Brazil's Exports during Globalisation
  • Accord commercial ; Brésil ; Commerce ; Diplomatie ; Economie ; Exportation ; Géographie politique ; Mondialisation ; Parti politique ; Politique étrangère ; Relations internationales
  • Brazil ; Diplomacy ; Economy ; Export ; Foreign policy ; Global South ; Globalization ; International relations ; Political geography ; Political party ; Trade ; Trade agreement ; exports ; foreign policy ; globalisation ; trade
  • Brasil ; Comercio ; Convenio comercial ; Diplomacia ; Economía ; Exportación ; Geografía política ; Mundialización ; Partido político ; Política exterior ; Relaciones internacionales
  • Anotaciones sobre una metodologia del urbanismo comercial
  • Centre commercial ; Géographie humaine ; Méthodologie ; Urbanisme ; Urbanisme commercial
  • A commercial-blight perspective on metropolitan commercial structure
  • Affectivité ; Architecture ; Argentine ; Buenos Aires ; Centre commercial ; Consommation ; Dialectique ; Modernité ; Paysage urbain ; Post-néolibéralisme ; Théorie ; Urbanisme
  • Argentina ; Arquitectura ; Centro comercial ; Consumo ; Modernidad ; Paisaje urbano ; Teoría ; Urbanismo
  • This paper analyses the political life of the Abasto building in two steps. First, by drawing on theories of socio-spatial dialectics, it charts its history as an urban object in a wider political landscape of porteño modernity. Second
  • , by incorporating recent theories of affect and presenting findings from field work carried out at the mall in 2010 and 2011, this paper develops a framework for understanding the politics of consumption in a “post-neoliberal” urban landscape.
  • Commercial banks and corporate governance in the Czech Republic and Hungary
  • [b1] Dep. of Political Science, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Etats-Unis
  • of macroeconomic and political conditions. The final part of the paper is devoted to an analysis of spatial differentiation to the commercial agricultural production in Poland. - (BJ)
  • The paper presents the role of agriculture in the national economy and overall Polish employment. Changes in the structure and levels of gross and commercial agricultural production in the post-war period are presented against the background
  • Core-periphery ; Foreign policy ; Globalization ; Governance ; Political geography ; Security
  • . The latter are more visible in particular on the field of international politics and security, as well as on the field of international commercial and financial flows. On the basis of the discussed development processes, the article finds that political
  • The first part of the article discusses some basic features concerning he definition of globalization and its effects. It also presents some current issues of globalization in relation with some key drivers of political geographical transformations
  • geographical problems of globalization are closely linked also to the question of concentration and deterritorialization, and the world central-peripheral relations. Globalization then influences political, economic and social balances and interactions between
  • Accord commercial ; Démocratisation ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie politique ; Internationalisation ; Intégration économique ; Mexique ; Parti politique ; Politique économique ; Relations internationales ; Réforme économique
  • Democratisation ; Economic integration ; Economic policy ; Economic reform ; International relations ; Internationalization ; Mexico ; Mexico–USA relations ; NAFTA ; Political geography ; Political party ; Trade agreement ; United States of America
  • Convenio comercial ; Democratización ; Estados Unidos ; Geografía política ; Integración económica ; Internacionalización ; México ; Partido político ; Política económica ; Reforma económica ; Relaciones internacionales
  • L'appareil commercial en Belgique
  • Appareil commercial ; Belgique ; Centre commercial ; Centre-ville ; Commerce de détail
  • Belgium ; Commercial infrastructure ; Inner city ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre
  • Structural changes in commercial centers and new concept for urban space
  • Centre commercial ; Commerce de détail ; Innovation ; Japon ; Urbanisme commercial
  • This paper aims to analize the structural changes in commercial centers and new concept for urban space in Japan. - (KA)
  • A framework for commercial planning policies
  • Analyse spatiale ; Centre commercial ; Commerce ; Commerce de détail ; Espace commercial ; Géographie humaine ; Planification ; Politique commerciale ; Royaume-Uni ; Structure urbaine ; Système urbain ; Urbanisme commercial ; Ville
  • Les mutations de l'équipement commercial: un aspect de l'évolution urbaine
  • Centre commercial ; Centre-ville ; Commerce ; Croissance urbaine ; Distribution ; Equipement commercial ; France ; Grand magasin ; Géographie humaine ; Hypermarché ; Secteur d'activité ; Supermarché ; Urbanisme commercial ; Ville
  • Cooperation ; Cultural studies ; Hungary ; Institution ; International trade ; Italy ; Political geography
  • The recent article pays attention to the institutional, commercial and cultural dimensions of the relations. the geographical concentration of the activity is meaningful ; the majority of the cooperation is focused on Hungary in Central Hungarian
  • Chronology ; Economic indicators ; Economy ; Election ; International relations ; Moldavia ; Policy ; Political party
  • Le parti communiste consolide son pouvoir. Transnitrie : un conflit gelé. Une économie en trompe-l'oeil : une croissance soutenue, l'inflation repart, le déficit commercial se creuse, l'absence de politique économique à long terme, la pauvreté
  • , processed and consumed. It considers how uranium has been culturally framed as a political object in the past, and the way in which this continues to have a bearing on its commercial circulation.
  • It is reported about the geography of the nuclear fuel cycle, and the various material constraints that affect the nuclear industry worlwide. It considers the fundamental spatial and political mismatch between the places where uranium is mined
  • Globalization and Brazilian biosafety : the politics of scale over biotechnology governance
  • Monsanto's request to commercialize its genetically-modified herbicide-resistant soybean technology in Brazil sparked heated debate and protest. The paper explores the conflict and illustrates how biosafety politics and policy outcomes are highly
  • contested and situated, rather than controlled by external forces within the ever-expanding global economy. It argues that GM crops are not inherently artifacts of economic globalization and trade liberalization. Political strategies taken by the government