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Jean Batou, Translated by Robert James Parsons

Jean Batou, Translated by Robert James Parsons

Jean Batou, Ph.D., is professor of modern international history at the University of Lausanne. He has published extensively on globalization, inequitable development and social movements in a historical perspective including, One Hundred Years of Resistance to Underdevelopment and Uneven Development in Europe (1918-1939)

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Jean Batou, Translated by Robert James Parsons

Jean Batou, Translated by Robert James Parsons

Jean Batou, Ph.D., is professor of modern international history at the University of Lausanne. He has published extensively on globalization, inequitable development and social movements in a historical perspective including, One Hundred Years of Resistance to Underdevelopment and Uneven Development in Europe (1918-1939)

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