This book is quite amazing, particularly given the popularity of the phrase “Think Global and Act Local” and its large diffussion in different social, economic and political spheres, as well as in academic discourse.
Consequently, this book is a welcome novelty which fills the gap. One of the main strengths of the book is that it explores and clarifies the varied literature circulating around the term “local and global”.
As a matter of fact, the author states that global and local are in need of sound and unambiguos definitions from theoretical and methodological perspectives, utilizing a wide range of ethnographic and real-life examples from various domains.
This book will be essential reading for business men, students and schlolars, and will be of great interest to those in the field of local, global, transnational and cosmopolitan studies.
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