Historians, sociologists, and social scientists in general have long tried to “think big” and “global.” The rise of Asia in the world economy has stimulated anew this attraction for the macro-level. Books and Ideas proposes to look at some of the most innovative ways this work has been done recently, in the history of ideas, of trade and cultural exchanges, economic convergences and decolonization.

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Thomas Grillot, « Thinking Global », Books and Ideas , 19 August 2012. ISSN : 2105-3030. URL :

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