Introduction Part I: Theory and Concepts 1. Where Did Productive Diversity Come From? 2. Surplus Value Theory and the Idea of Productive Diversity 3. Productive Diversity, Value and the Question of Cultural Capital 4. Framing the Global Political Economy Since the 1970s: Transnational Production, Value Chains and the Emergence of a Market Economy 5. Global Capital and its Agents Part II: Australia and Globalisation: Migration for Diversity 6. The Nation on the Eve of Globalisation 7. Terms of Engagement I: Australia and the Asian Region 8. Terms of Engagement II: Resistance Abroad and at Home 9. Productive Diversity: From Moral Values to Market Values 10. The Business Migration Program: Entrepreneurs Wanted 11. Conclusion
Patrick Brownlee is Director of Research Partnerships in Education and Social Work, University of Sydney, Australia. His research into migration and policy stems back decades as a result of a research program on Asia-Pacific migration, funded by UNESCO’s Management of Social Transformations initiative. He also publishes in the field of education and knowledge production. He has a PhD in Political Economy from the University of Sydney.