Fishery communities in change
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- Geografi i Bergen 
This article discusses relations between globalisation and local capitalism. Despite the increasing globalization in the international economy, firms continue to be spatially situated. We develop a methodological framework to approach the spatiality of globalization and apply this approach in an empirical analysis in a fishery dependent region in Norway. An intensive study of two important fishery communities describes and explains how spatial context influence the integration of fish processing firms in the global economy.
PublisherUniversity of Bergen. Department of Geography
SeriesGeografi i Bergen