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  • The understructure of market production
    Author: Tom MallesonSocial Justice & Peace Studies, King's University College at Western University, London, CanadaTom Malleson is Associate Professor of Social Justice & Peace Studies at King's University College at Western University, Canada. They are also the Coordinator of the Real Utopias Project. Their latest books include Against Inequality: The Practical and Ethical Case for Abolishing the Superrich and Part-Time for All: A Care Manifesto (with Jennifer Nedelsky).
  • Aligning corporate behaviour with the public good: a commentary on Bennett and Claassen
    Author: Anselm SchneiderStockholm Business School, Stockholm University, Stockholm, SwedenAnselm Schneider is an associate professor in organization theory at Stockholm Business School. His research focuses on the interactions between business and society at the intersection of global governance, sustainable development and corporate social responsibility, with a particular focus on different forms of business regulation. His work has been published in journals such as Business & Society, Business Strategy and the Environment, Organization Studies, and Journal of Management Studies as well as in several edited volumes.
  • Security in context (SiC): a novel theoretical and empirical approach to the US–China rivalry
    Author: Min YeInternational Relations, Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University, Boston, MA, USAMin Ye is a professor of international relations at Boston University's Pardee School of Global Studies. Her specialization includes globalization, industrial policy, and transnational relations, with an emphasis on China and India. She is the author of The Belt, Road and Beyond: State-Mobilized Globalization in China 1998-2018 (2020), Diasporas and Foreign Direct Investment in China and India (2014), and The Making of Northeast Asia (coauthor Kent Calder, 2010).

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