Towards the Hyperglobalisation of the Individual: How the Ubiquitous Internet Will Make the International Political Economy Increasingly Dynamically Unstable
University of Sussex Law School
October 2, 2001
In this exploratory article, I pursue the thesis that communications regulation in the next century will need to fulfill the role of supporting this global edifice of interdependent spheres: political, economic, financial and communications. The mundane business of keeping local telephone calls unmetred in the U.S., or neo-Nazi propaganda off European websites, or providing Internet access to the Chinese hinterland, are all part of this process.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 19
Keywords: Hyperglobalisation, globalisation, Internet, international political economy, terrorism
JEL Classification: K00, F42, H11, H41, K42, O33, P45working papers series
Date posted: March 30, 2010 ; Last revised: October 21, 2010
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