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- broader study of corporate networks, the global working cl**** and the transnationalization of state apparatuses and elites. Transnationalism is an analytic...
-  123  Dadalari, Nina (2009), "Transnationalization and the Georgian State: Myth or Reality?", The Transnationalization of Economies, States, and Civil...
- journal published special issues on "The Transnationalization of Legal Education", "The Transnationalization of Legal Cultures", and "Legal Positivism"...
- ISBN 9781134779895  Benjamin Stachursky (2016), The Promise and Perils of Transnationalization: NGO Activism and the Socialization of Women’s Human Rights in Egypt...
- Beatrice de Graaf]. The Muslim Brotherhood in Europe. The challenge of transnationalization, London: Hurst Publishers, 2012, [with Roel Meijer] Terrorism and...
- [1][2] Transnacionalización y la balada latinoamericana (In spanish:Transnationalization and the ballad Latin - American), por Daniel Party, University of...
- national public spheres, research has stressed the phenomenon of a transnationalization of national public spheres (Wessler, Peters, Brüggemann, Kleinen-von-Königslöw...
- business sector as leaders in the processes of global integration. Transnationalizing business is often celebrated as progression toward a more interconnected...
- situation since it came into effect in 1994. These include the "transnationalization of services and the rise of the so-called digital/data economy –...
- Trujillo military regime, large waves of migration have thoroughly transnationalized the Dominican Republic, metaphorically blurring its frontier with...