Globalization and Competitive Community . Pauli Kettunen University of Helsinki Workshop on Rhetoric of Innovation in Contemporary Society University of Helsinki 8-9, February, 2010. The nationalism of welfare and competitiveness.
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University of Helsinki
Rhetoric of Innovation in Contemporary Society
University of Helsinki 8-9, February, 2010
globalisation does not mean a diminishing role for nationalism
nationalism does not only appear in protectionist and racist reactions against the global mobility of capital, information, ideas, and people
but also in the concern for ”our” competitiveness
the national welfare state (and welfare nationalism) challenged through the nationalism associated with globalised economic competition
“competition state” (Philip Cerny, Wolfgang Streeck, Ronen Palan & Jason Abbot etc)
globalisation within and through nation-states (Saskia Sassen)