DEFRAGMENTING
Elmar Altvater, Conceptualising globalisation: fossil energy, global finance and the labour market David Coates, Capitalist flattening or flattening capitalism? class forces and political choices in the global knowledge economy Ursula Huws, The emergence of EMERGENCE: developing a conceptual framework for analysing the new global division of labour Jörg Flecker, Network economy or just a new breed of multinationals? relocation of eWork as a window into the restructuring of value chains Peter Standen, Catching a butterfly? Mapping eWork in Europe and Australia Penny Gurstein, Navigating the Seamless Environment in the Global Supply Chain: Implications for Canadian Regions and Workers Chris Benner, Regions and firms in eWork Relocation Dynamics: the Case of Pittsburgh's Call Centre Industry Anita Weiss, Global forces and national institutions: the shaping of call centre employment in Colombia Laura Schatz and Laura Johnson, Smart City North: local economic and labour force impacts of call centres Norene Pupo, Behind the screens: telemediated work in the Canadian public sector Sujata Gothaskhar, Voices from the South: call centre workers in India Marcia Leite, Productive restructuring and labour: the case of the auto industry in Brazil Andreas Boes and Tobias Kampf, The nexus of informatisation and internationalisation: towards a new stage of the internationalisation of labour