Re-making the global economy of knowledge

The latest report from our study of intellectual workers and knowledge production in Brazil, South Africa and Australia has just been published online:
Connell, Raewyn, Rebecca Pearse, Fran Collyer, João Maia and Robert Morrell. 2017. Re-making the global economy of knowledge: do new fields of research change the structure of North-South relations? British Journal of Sociology, published online August 2017, DOI: 10.1111/1468-4446.12294.
This has a paywall.  The penultimate text is available open access on my website, here: .
This paper reports interviews with experienced researchers in the fields of  HIV/AIDS, Climate Change, and Gender Studies about the dynamics of these domains and changing global relations of knowledge.  Here are the section headings, after (of course) Introduction and Method:
Making new domains of knowledge
Instituting global hierarchy in new domains
            Resource inequality
            Forming a workforce
            Intellectual structure
Tensions in the global economy of knowledge
Initiatives in the Southern tier

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