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These important studies examine and debate over how there is a growing transnationality of material (economic) relations in the global era, as well as an emerging transnationality of many social and class relations. How does transnational capitalist class fractions, new middle strata, and labor undergird globalization in Asia and Oceania? How have states and institutions become entwined with such processes? This book provides insight into a field of dynamic change.
It looks in particular at how these processes are playing out in Australia, China, India, Laos, Japan, Papua New Guinea and regionally. The introductory chapter is available to read here.