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      Logistical gazes: introduction to a special issue of Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation

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            This article introduces this special issue of Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation on logistics. First of all, it furnishes a brief genealogy of logistics in the modern era. Then, it frames some of the main issues in current critical debates on logistics. Finally, it presents the contents of the special issue in detail, connecting them with more general attempts to develop a ‘logistical gaze’ as a methodological perspective on the different and multiple transformations of contemporary capitalism.

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            10.2307/j50010512
            workorgalaboglob
            Work Organisation, Labour & Globalisation
            Pluto Journals
            1745-641X
            1745-6428
            1 April 2019
            : 13
            : 1 ( doiID: 10.13169/workorgalaboglob.13.issue-1 )
            : 9-14
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            workorgalaboglob.13.1.0009
            10.13169/workorgalaboglob.13.1.0009
            7ee7633c-f2fa-4b97-9573-38d64eeffca4
            © Carlotta Benvegnù, Niccolò Cuppini, Mattia Frapporti, Floriano Milesi and Maurilio Pirone, 2019

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            Sociology,Labor law,Political science,Labor & Demographic economics,Political economics
            counter-logistics,labour,logistics,mobility,spatialities

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