New Issue of Journal of World Systems Research (Free access — online)

Journal of World-Systems Research
Volume 23 Number 2
Summer/Fall 2017

Table of Contents
Special Issue: Ecologically Unequal Exchange
Guest editors: R. Scott Frey, Paul K. Gellert, and Harry F. Dahms

Paul K. Gellert, R. Scott Frey, and Harry F. Dahms “Introduction to Special Issue: Ecologically Unequal Exchange in Comparative Perspective”
Mark Noble, “Chocolate and the Consumption of Forests: A Cross-National Examination of Ecologically Unequal Exchange in Cocoa Exports”
Kent Henderson and Kristen Shorette, “Environmentalism in the Periphery: Institutional Embeddedness and Deforestation among Fifteen Palm Oil Producers, 1990-2012”
John Hamilton Bradford and Alexander M. Stoner, “The Treadmill of Destruction in Comparative Perspective:  A Panel Study of Military Spending and Carbon Emissions, 1960-2014”
Kelly Austin, “Brewing Unequal Exchanges in Coffee: A Qualitative Investigation into the Consequences of the Java Trade in Rural Uganda”
Raja Harish Swamy, “Humanitarianism and the Problem of Inequality in the Aftermath of a Disaster”
David Ciplet and J. Timmons Roberts “Splintering South: Ecologically Unequal Exchange Theory in a Fragmented Global Climate”

Dialogue: Race in the Capitalist World-System
Wilma A. Dunaway and Donald A. Clelland | Moving toward Theory for the 21st Century: The Centrality of Nonwestern Semiperipheries to World Ethnic/Racial Inequality. Commentators: Manuela Boatcă , Jamil Khader, Ana Garcia Saggioro, Howard Winant

Hanne Dominique G. J. Cottyn | A World-Systems Frontier Perspective to Land: Unravelling the Uneven Trajectory of Land Rights Standardization
Ryan P. Thombs | The Paradoxical Relationship between Renewable Energy and Economic Growth: A Cross-National Panel Study, 1990-2011


Editors: Jeffrey Kentor and Andrew Jorgenson Contributors: Jennifer Bair, Albert Bergesen, Christopher Chase-Dunn, Peter Grimes, Ho-Fung Hung, Andrew Jorgenson, Jeffrey Kentor, John Meyer, Valentine Moghadam, Michael Timberlake, Jonathan Turner, Marion Werner


The Scholar Denied: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Birth of Modern Sociology by Aldon D. Morris, reviewed by Michael Schwartz
How the West Came to Rule: The Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism by Alexander Anievas and Kerem Nişancioğlu, reviewed by Sung Hee Ru
Expose, Oppose, Propose: Alternative Policy Groups and the Struggle for Global Justice by William Carroll, reviewed by Marisa von Bülow
Global Production Networks: Theorizing economic development in an interconnected world by Neil M. Coe and Henry Wai-chung Yeung, reviewed by Marion Werner
Poor states, Power and the Politics of IMF Reform: Drivers of Change in the Post-Washington Consensus by Mark Hibben reviewed by Mulatu Amare Desta.

Published by marionwdixon

I am a full-time faculty member in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA.

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