Evolving dependency relations. Old and new approaches

The R/evolutions editorial team proudly presents this collective work, the result of a spirited, multi-perspectival and utterly up-to-date exchange of ideas during the International Conference: “Old and New forms of Dependency – Attempts at forecasting,” which was hosted at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań on March 20th and 21st 2014
The conference was the outcome of a recently launched cooperation between a R/evolutions Project and the SGroup European Universities’ Network in cooperation with the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, (AMU) and other SGroup member universities such as Malmö University, the University of Catania and Kent University, and partners beyond the SGroup network, such as the University of Warsaw and Jagiellonian University. Evolving Dependency Relations makes an underexplored contribution to dependency studies by highlighting some old approaches from a new perspective and by bringing some new analyzes of contemporary dependency relations. Its multifaceted character triggers discussion and clearly show that dependency theories still possess a high relevance in today’s globalizing world. 

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