Saskia Sassen: Counter-geographies of Globalization [2003 // 119 p. // translation: Danijela Sestrić, Jakov Vilović, Tomislav Medak]

Saskia Sassen is the most influential sociological analyst of urban transformation today and a professor of sociology at the University of Chicago. Through her research on structural changes in urban space and the development of transnational networks in the global digital space that occurs with the processes of economic globalization, Sassen has offered a new model for perceiving global social geography.