Ecomic globalization has produced austere social jeopardy in extended parts of post-communist Europe with former Yugoslavia and its successor states as the most conspicuous example. Bringing new perspectives to bear on these issues, this text is concerned with social reconstruction in the world's increasing number of complex emergencies.
CARL-ULRIK SCHIERUP Ph.D. in Social Anthropology (Universities of Arhus and Stockholm) and Ph.D. in Sociology (University of Umea). Director of the Danish Centre for Ethnic Studies (Esbjerg) 1995-96. Currently Director for the Centre for Studies on Migration, Ethnic Relations, and Globalisation (MERGE), University of Umea. Books published in English: Will they Still be Dancing? Integration and Ethnic Transformation among Yugoslav Immigrants in Scandinavia, Stockholm: Almquist and Wiksell International (1987/with Aleksandra Alund); Migration, Socialism, and the International Division of Labour (1990) Paradoxes of Multiculturalism(1991).