Volume 13, Issue 2 (1997)
Readers of this journal will have noticed an increasing emphasis on the impacts of globalization in recent issues. Not only has it become the mantra of the last years of the dying millennium, it is being presented as an elixir of unbounded possibilities, a process that will, with the help of some undefined alchemy, make the twenty-first century fulfill the promises and potential that somehow got lost or marginalized in the tumultuous upheavals of the twentieth. Yet its implications are largely unknown, the pace and speed of change are laboratory equations, and the unintended consequences of our hubris in our capabilities to manage our planet are a matter of guesswork.
The Politics of Three Case Studies Industrialization
Eve S. Weinbaum
Is Boston Becoming a Branch-Plant Town?
Institutional Design and Regulatory Performance: Rethinking State Certificate of Need Programs
Robert Hackey and Peter Fuller
Cambodian Political Succession in Lowell, Massachusetts
Governing Massachusetts Public Schools: Assessing the 1993 Massachusetts Education Reform Act
- Padraig O'Malley
- Copy Editor
- Geraldine C. Morse
- Design Coordinator
- Ruth E. Finn