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Hobsbawm, E. (2007). Globalisation, democracy and terrorism. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.

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Intriligator, M. D. (2004). Globalization of the world economy: potential benefits and costs and a net assessment. Journal of Policy Modeling26(4), 485-498.

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Jarvis, P. (2000). Globalisation, the learning society and comparative education. Comparative Education36(3), 343-355.

Jensen, C. (2011). Conditional contraction: Globalisation and capitalist systems. European Journal of Political Research50(2), 168-189.

Jha, S. K., & Krishnan, R. T. (2013). Local innovation: The key to globalisation. IIMB Management Review, 25(4), 249–256.

Johnson, P. M. (2013). Governing Globalisation: The Social and Sustainability Institutions. In J. J. Kirton, M. Fratianni, & P. Savona (Eds.), Corporate, Public and Global Governance: The G8 Contribution. Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. 163-167.

Jones, A. (2010). Globalization: key thinkers (Vol. 1). Cambridge: Polity Press.

Kaldor, M. (2004). Nationalism and globalisation. Nations and Nationalism10(1-2), 161-177.

Kaplinsky, R. (2005). Globalization, poverty and inequality: between a rock and a hard place. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Kirby, P. (2011). Vulnerability and globalisation: mediating impacts on Society. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, (1), 86-105.

Kunnanatt, J. T. (2013). Globalization and Developing Countries: A Global Participation Model. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets8(4), 42-58.

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London, L., & Schneider, H. (2012). Globalisation and health inequalities: Can a human rights paradigm create space for civil society action? Social Science & Medicine74(1), 6-13.

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Martens, P., & Raza, M. (2010). Is globalisation sustainable? Sustainability2(1), 280-293.

Martins, N. (2011). Globalisation, inequality and the economic crisis. New Political Economy16(1), 1--18.

Maurer, A., & Degain, C. (2012). Globalization and trade flows: what you see is not what you get! Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy3(03), 1-27.

Michie, J. (2011). The Handbook of Globalisation(2nd ed.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Mishra, S. K. (2012). Globalisation and its Effect on Civil Society. Dynamics of Public Administration29(2), 204-214.

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Moore, M. (2011). The Governance Agenda in Long Term Perspective: Globalisation, Revenues and the Differentiation of States (IDS Working Papers No. 378). Brighton: Institute of Development Studies.

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Phillipson, C. (2010). Globalisation, global ageing and intergenerational change. In M. Izuhara (Ed.), Ageing and intergenerationsl relations. Family reciprocity form a global perspective. Bristol: The Policy Press. 13-28.

Phillipson, C. (2012). Globalisation, economic recession and social exclusion: Policy challenges and responses. In T. Scharf & N. C. Keating (Eds.), From exclusion to Inclusion in Old Age; A Global Challenge. Bristol: The Policy Press. 17-32.

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Sifianou, M. (2013). The impact of globalisation on politeness and impoliteness. Journal of Pragmatics, 55, 86–102.

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ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT & SUSTAINABILITY

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Bartelmus, P. (2010). Use and usefulness of sustainability economics. Ecological Economics69(11), 2053-2055.

Bass, S., & Dalal-Clayton, B. (2012). Sustainable development strategies: a resource book. Routledge.

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Benson, M. H., & Craig, R. K. (2014). The end of sustainability. Society & Natural Resources, 27(7), 777–782.

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Bonnett, M. (2013). Sustainable development, environmental education, and the significance of being in place. Curriculum Journal, 24(2), 250–271.

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Chambers, N., Simmons, C., & Wackernagel, M. (2014). Sharing nature’s interest: ecological footprints as an indicator of sustainability. Routledge.

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Demals, T., & Hyard, A. (2014). Is Amartya Sen’s sustainable freedom a broader vision of sustainability? Ecological Economics102(June), 33-38.

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ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN WELL-BEING

Adger, W. N. (2010). Climate change, human well-being and insecurity. New Political Economy15(2), 275-292.

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Binder, M., & Freytag, A. (2013). Volunteering, subjective well-being and public policy. Journal of Economic Psychology, 34, 97–119.

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Neumayer, E. (2012). Human development and sustainability. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities13(4), 561-579.

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Pelenc, J., Lompo, M. K., Ballet, J., & Dubois, J.-L. (2013). Sustainable human development and the capability approach: Integrating environment, responsibility and collective agency. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities14(1), 77-94.

Pretty, J. (2013). The consumption of a finite planet: well-being, convergence, divergence and the nascent green economy. Environmental and Resource Economics, 55(4), 475–499.

Raudsepp-Hearne, C., Peterson, G. D., Tengö, M., Bennett, E. M., Holland, T., Benessaiah, K., MacDonald, G., Pfeifer, L. (2010). Untangling the environmentalist’s paradox: Why is human well-being increasing as ecosystem services degrade? BioScience60(8), 576-589.

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Russell, R., Guerry, A. D., Balvanera, P., Gould, R. K., Basurto, X., Chan, K. M., … Tam, J. (2013). Humans and nature: how knowing and experiencing nature affect well-being. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 38, 473–502.

Sachs, J. D. (2006). The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time (Reprint ed.). New York: Penguin Books.

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ON MEASURING GLOBALISATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Abou-Ali, H., & Abdelfattah, Y. M. (2013). Integrated paradigm for sustainable development: A panel data study. Economic Modelling, 30, 334–342.

Achabou, M. A., & Dekhili, S. (2013). Luxury and sustainable development: Is there a match? Journal of Business Research, 66(10), 1896–1903.

Aizenman, J., Chinn, M. D., & Ito, H. (2013). The “impossible trinity” hypothesis in an era of global imbalances: measurement and testing. Review of International Economics, 21(3), 447–458.

Amavilah, V. H. S., Asongu, S. A., & Andrés, A. R. (2014). Globalization, Peace & Stability, Governance, and Knowledge Economy. African Governance and Development Institute WP/14/012.

Anand, R., Mishra, M. S., & Peiris, S. J. (2013). Inclusive growth: Measurement and determinants. International Monetary Fund.

Anderson, R., Barton, C., Böhme, R., Clayton, R., Van Eeten, M. J., Levi, M., … Savage, S. (2013). Measuring the cost of cybercrime. In The economics of information security and privacy (pp. 265–300). Springer.

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Arrow, K. J., Dasgupta, P., Goulder, L. H., Mumford, K. J., & Oleson, K. (2012). Sustainability and the measurement of wealth. Environment and Development Economics17(03), 317-353.

Arvin, M., & Lew, B. (2014). Does income matter in the happiness-corruption relationship? Journal of Economic Studies, 41(3), 469–490.

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Asongu, S. (2014). Globalization (fighting), corruption and development: How are these phenomena linearly and nonlinearly related in wealth effects? Journal of Economic Studies, 41(3), 346–369.

Asongu, S. A., Efobi, U., & Beecroft, I. (2014). Inclusive human development in pre-crisis times of globalisation-driven debts. African Governance and Development Institute WP/24/14.

Atkinson, G., Dietz, S., Neumayer, E., & Agarwala, M. (2014). Handbook of sustainable development. Edward Elgar Publishing.

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Bache, I. (2013). Measuring quality of life for public policy: an idea whose time has come? Agenda-setting dynamics in the European Union. Journal of European Public Policy, 20(1), 21–38.

Baker, S. R., Bloom, N., & Davis, S. J. (2013). Measuring economic policy uncertainty. Chicago Booth Research Paper, (13-02).

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