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MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY FACULTY of ECONOMICS and ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES DEPARTMENT of POLITICAL SCIENCE and PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ADM- 4192 GLOBALIZATION and NATION-STATE Prof. Dr. Örsan Ö. Akbulut [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Course Objective. The purpose of this course is to analyze the process of globalization as a new stage in the world capitalism. In this context, the problem of the origins of capitalism, the relationship between capitalism and the nation-state will be examined. The relationship between globalization and capitalism will be studied on the basis of transition from feudalism to capitalism. In this course, fundamental characteristics of the capitalist and feudal economy will be discussed in terms of historical and social dimensions. Globalization will be discussed on the basis of production, finance and trade. In addition, the issue of globalization will also be studied within the scope of financilization. Content. Introduction Week 1 I. ORIGINS OF CAPITALISM Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism (1): (C. Hill and Dobb-Sweezy; The Brenner Debate; E.M. Wood) Week 2 Reading Material. Örsan Ö. Akbulut (2007), Küreselleşme Ulus-Devlet ve Kamu yönetimi, TODAİE Yayınları, Ankara. Ellen M. Wood (2002), The Origins of Capitalism: A Longer View , Verso. Christopher Hill (1983), The Century of Revolution 1603- 1714 , Norton. Maurice Dobb (1964), Studies in the Development of Capitalism , Routledge and Kegan & Paul. Paul Sweezy (1976), The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism, Humanities . T. H. Aston and C.H.E. Philpin –eds- (1987), The Brenner Debate , Cambridge. 1
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Ellen M. Wood and Neal Wood (1997), A Trumpet of Sedition: Political Theory and the Rise of Capitalism 1509-1688, New York University. Ellen M. Wood (1991), The Pristine Culture of Capitalism: A Historical Essay on Old Regimes and Modern States, Verso. Must Reading (1). Ellen Meiksins Wood (1998), “The Agrarian Origins of Capitalism”, Monthly Review, July- August. Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism (2): British “Agrarian” Capitalism Week 3 Örsan Ö. Akbulut (2007), Küreselleşme Ulus-Devlet ve Kamu yönetimi, TODAİE Yayınları, Ankara. Örsan Ö. Akbulut (2009), Siyaset ve Yönetim İlişkisi-Kuramsal ve Eleştirel Bir Yaklaşım, Turhan Kitabevi Yayını, 2. Baskı, Ankara. Ellen M. Wood (2002), The Origins of Capitalism: A Longer View , Verso. Maurice Dobb (1964), Studies in the Development of Capitalism , Routledge and Kegan & Paul. Paul Sweezy (1976), The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism, Humanities . Robert Brenner (1992), Merchants and Revolution-Commercial Change, Political Conflict and London Overseas Traders 1550-1653-, Princeton. T. H. Aston and C.H.E. Philpin –eds- (1987), The Brenner Debate , Cambridge. R.W. Boyle (1990), “Tenure and the Land Market in Early Modern England: Or a Late Contribution in the Brenner Debate”, The Economics History Review, Vol. 43, Feb.
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