3 edition of Restructuring regional and local economies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by George Blazyca.|
|Series||Urban and regional planning and development|
|LC Classifications||HT395.G72 S265 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2002111306|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm. Contents: Introductory overview: Transforming (worn out) industrial dynamos into strong regional economies - a comparison of the west of Scotland and Upper Silesia, George Blazyca and Andrzej Klasik; regional problems - regional policy and regional.
Restructuring Regional and Local Economies Towards a Comparative Study of Scotland and Upper Silesia eager to draw on Western experience while Western experts and institutions have an opportunity to contribute to shaping regional policy in Central Europe.
The book is divided into four sections: the first examines economic transformation and. Get this from a library. Restructuring regional and local economies: towards a comparative study of Scotland and Upper Silesia. -- "This title was first published in Throughout Western Europe and the former Soviet bloc, the structural shift from traditional heavy industry towards lighter manufacturing and services has.
First published inthis collection of papers represents the latest thinking on the effects of globalisation and agri-food restructuring from a regional and peripheral perspective. The book breaks new ground in our understanding of the relationship between the global, regional and local levels in the sphere of agri-food production.
Entdecken Sie "Restructuring Regional and Local Economies" von George Blazyca und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. This title was first published in Throughout Western Europe and the former Soviet bloc, the structural shift from traditional heavy industry towards lighter manufacturing and services has often had a strong regional dimension.
This volume brings. The author identifies and brings together in a creative way two key concepts: state restructuring and economic convergence. The main task he undertakes in the book is to show that there are linkages between Indonesia’s state restructuring and its national economic convergence, as well as with the broader economic convergence taking place among some Southeast Asia economies.
Rita Schneider-Sliwa, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Conclusions. Global economic restructuring, political change, government devolution, and social restructuring alter urban and regional fortunes and give rise to new sociospatial patterns of ntation, polarization, and new local spatial.
PINCH P. and PATTERSON A. () Public sector restructuring and regional development: the impact of compulsory competitive tendering in the UK, Reg.
Stud ‐ The book is about the analysis of regional economic performance and change, and how analysis integrates with strategies for local and regional economic development policy and planning.
First, the book provides the reader with an overview of key theoretical and conceptual contexts within which the economic development process takes place.
T o cite this article: Asbjørn Karlsen & Britt Dale () From regional restructuring to regional renewal: Cases from Norway, Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift. Zhu, S. and C. “Global, Regional and Local: New Firm Formation and Spatial Restructuring in China’s Apparel Industry.” GeoJournal, 79 (2): – (full article reused with some minor modifications).Cited by: The book suggests the importance of local-specific policies that embrace local knowledge and institutions to develop regional specialization and competitive advantage.
This book fills the gap in Indonesian literature that lacks studies on the integrated impact of decentralization and trade liberalization, both economically and politically.
Regional and Local Economic Development introduces the theory behind economic development and provides examples of successful, and less successful, practice. This broad-ranging new text shows how government, private industry and individuals combine to achieve economic by: EDITORIAL ‘Global restructuring’ two decades on: Australia’s relational economy in the twenty-first century Kirsten Martinus a, Thomas J.
Sigler b, Phillip O’Neill c and Matthew Tonts a aCentre of Regional Development, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia; bSchool of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; cSchool of Social Author: Kirsten Martinus, Thomas J.
Sigler, Phillip O’Neill, Matthew Tonts. Regional/local economies are thus unique entities - smaller and more open than the national economy, more specialised and less hampered by political, legal and cultural diversity. Read the full document. reads; Except where stated, resources on this page are available under a Creative Commons by-nc licence.
However, several others focused on restructuring, exploiting new local and regional opportunities, and building world-class organizations that are “giving their global rivals a run for their money” (Khanna and Palepu,p. 62). According to Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a decade ago not a single emerging market firm could be considered.
The book assumes that the use of intersectoral partnerships is an important part of any urban or regional development strategy. It systematically describes such partnerships, including the philosophical foundations of this approach and the financial and non-financial activities used to implement : $ of appropriate economies of scale and cut overhead costs for member firms.
Following the lead of the trade associations, regional and local governments became actively involved in economic restructuring, as has the trade union movement in Emilia-Romagna.
Local unions, particularly the FIOM (the metalworkers union), have. Regional integration has progressed significantly in Europe and North America since the s.
This phenomenon is called “regionalism” in international political science. Another type of regionalism, at the domestic level within nation-states, has gained vitality as well because of increasing transborder economic : Masato Ikuta.
Regional economics is a sub-discipline of economics and is often regarded as one of the fields of the social addresses the economic aspect of the regional problems that are spatially analyzable so that theoretical or policy implications can be derived with respect to regions whose geographical scope ranges from local to global areas.
The New Regional Economies describes how local economies transcend local boundaries and need to be viewed in a new context. We are excited about the book's potential to elevate the importance of local economies in the national economic context and to place the discussion on the national policy agenda.
This book places them again at the. The world has moved away from centralized governments and economies, toward decentralized governments and market-driven economies. A pragmatic, non-ideological approach to mixed economic systems is becoming the order of the day, blurring the lines between public and private, and referred to here as the economy without by: 8.
The merger demonstrates how strategic restructuring in the nonprofit world can be a tool for achieving economies of scale. 1/ Paving the way for a merger Sparc's predecessor organizations were North End Area Revitalization, Inc. (NEAR), and Hamline-Midway Area Rehabilitation Corporation (H-MARC).
Economic geography: diverse economies and critiques and reformulations of economic theory, including theories of capitalist development, industrial restructuring, regional development, globalization, the enterprise, class and subjectivity, household labour and noncapitalist economic activities, social enterprises and cooperatives.
Regional geography: alternative community and. Empirical studies generally support the view that financial structure and stress can have real economic effects. This paper explores the impact of financial restructuring on economic activity by using an alternative data set that in some respects more completely measures change in the local banking sector than do data used in previous by: 3.
This book poses that political jurisdictions are not economies but polities, and explores the complex and important economic implications of this thesis.
In reality, metropolitan-centered economic regions are the basic economic units and the building blocks of the U.S. economy.
Economic restructuring is used to indicate changes in the constituent parts of an economy in a very general sense. In the western world, it is usually used to refer to the phenomenon of urban areas shifting from a manufacturing to a service sector economic base.
It has profound implications for productive capacities and competitiveness of cities and regions. Restructuring Regional and Local Economies: Towards a Comparative Study of Scotland and Upper Silesia: edited by George Blazyca Welter, Friederike Jönköping University, Jönköping International Business School, JIBS, EMM (Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Management).
Development: The Dynamics of Local, Regional, and National Change. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign s€ Technology and economic development: the dynamics of local. potential of national and regional economies is based on the ability to.
deeply dependent on technological development; this is only possible if there is. local. This book – Local and Regional Development – addresses its central questions in four closely integrated parts.
In Part I, Chapter 1 – ‘Introduction: local and regional devel- I N T R O D U C T I O N20 opment’ – describes the changing. Such precedents for regional coordination do not reach to the many larger issues of political-economic authority and power that system-wide restructuring would clearly require.
On the other hand, the historical record offers evidence that states working together when problems are larger than any one state can handle have been effective in many. Rural areas have been hit hard by economic restructuring. Traditionally male jobs with good pay and benefits (such as in manufacturing) have declined dramatically, only to be replaced with low-paying service-oriented jobs—jobs that do not offer benefits or wages sufficient to raise a family.
Concurrently, rural areas have experienced changes in family life, namely an increase in. Chapter 2 reviews the policy evolution of China’s regional economic development since It illustrates how different patterns of regional development emerge as the state’s policy priorities change and how the tensions between central and local.
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Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Interlocking Global Business Systems: The. Book Description: Coping with Adversityaddresses the question of why some metropolitan-area regional economies are resilient in the face of economic shocks and chronic distress while others are is particularly concerned with what public policies make a.
The book assumes that the use of intersectoral partnerships is an important part of any urban or regional development strategy. It systematically describes such partnerships, including the philosophical foundations of this approach and the financial and non-financial activities used to.
Large scale restructuring has taken place in major urban centers of the worldthat included London, Singapore, San Francisco, Vancouver, and may more. 'Inner city' assumes much importance in the regional economics as the impact of globalization and rapid transformation in land use occur at inner parts of these cosmopolitan cities.
While restructuring is increasingly acknowledged as an inherent characteristic of economic development and receives substantial policy attention at European and Member State level, the regional perspective on it is rarely discussed.
However, most large-scale restructurings affect the regions and employment areas where they take place, not just the company and its employees. Local people helped me understand that air transportation was driven by the global economy, by tourism (both national and international) as well as by local economic : Bill Conerly.
iii Economic Restructuring, Crises and the Regions: The Political Economy of Regional Inequalities in Greece Helen Caraveli # and Efthymios G. Tsionas* ABSTRACT In the debate concerning a country’s structural weaknesses there is an. Implications of globalization and economic restructuring for skills development in sub-Saharan Africa 1.
Introduction “Globalization” refers to the increasing integration of economies around the world, especially in terms of trade and financial flows, but also including labour and knowledge.1Cited by: 7.This report is based on in-depth research with ten manufacturers. It finds that along with operating dynamic and viable businesses these manufacturers are fostering a culture of just and sustainable manufacturing that is helping to tackle the social and environmental challenges of the .Downloadable!
Examining cutting-edge issues of international relevance in the ongoing redesign of the South African local government fiscal system, the contributors to this volume analyze the major changes that have taken place since the demise of apartheid. The Constitution and subsequent legislation dramatically redefined the public sector, mandating the development of .