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In Peter Burnell, ed. London: Routledge, Warwick Studies on Globalization In Dietrich Jung, ed. These are relevant texts for the whole course and we will visit individual chapters in many of them as the course proceeds. This preparation will deepen the empirical knowledge you can deploy to critically judge the comparative theory with which the course then engages. In this respect Tony Judt's 'Postwar' is a particularly engaging text and Judt was unusual for writing with a deep knowledge of both Western and Central Europe alike.
The lectures aim to provide analytical frameworks and an overview of the major research findings and debates about systemic transformation, the influence of EU accession and the difficulties of consolidating democratic capitalism in open emerging markets in a globalised world. The seminars link key concepts with the empirical evidence arising from comparable cases. The reading list above is intended to encourage students to explore a few texts that they feel will inspire them, rather than to feel obliged to somehow complete all of them before arrival too much!