Globalisation and regional integration: the case on the Italian urban system
- Heading to the city ever since civilization began. Belsie, Laurent // Christian Science Monitor;5/3/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 111, p16
Discusses the history of urbanization and the outlook for globalization and culture shifts.
- Editor's Note. Broaddus, Andrea // Berkeley Planning Journal;2012, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p7
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the challenges of urbanization, globalization and urban civic participation.
- Building world city Tokyo:Globalization and con .ict over urban space. Sorensen, Andr� // Annals of Regional Science;Sep2003, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p519
Japanese policy makers have, since their contact with the colonial powers in the mid 19th century, been acutely aware of the pressures and challenges of national survival in a globalizing world. In this sense, the Japanese experience of modernity has been deeply intertwined with, and is in...
- The Nested City: Introduction. Hill, Richard Child; Fujita, Kuniko // Urban Studies (Routledge);Feb2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p207
Introduces a series of articles on the impact of globalization on social patterns, in the February 2003 issue of 'Urban Studies.'
- Globalisation, Urban Form and Environmental Conditions in Asia-Pacific Cities. Marcotullio, Peter John // Urban Studies (Routledge);Feb2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p219
Within the Asia-Pacific region, over the past few decades, cities have undergone massive transformations. These changes were underpinned by globalisation flows and new technologies and mediated by, inter alia, political institutions and policies. Given the seemingly ubiquitous nature and power...
- Neo-industrial Tokyo: Urban Development and Globalisation in Japan's State-centred Development Caitalism. Fujita, Kuniko // Urban Studies (Routledge);Feb2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p249
This paper analyses the relation between Tokyo and globalisation in the framework of regulation theory and attempts to draw theoretical implications for Tokyo's current urban development. Regulation theorists contend that globalisation, particularly global capital and finance mobility, has led...
- Transplanting cityscapes: the use of imagined globalisation in housing commodification in Beijing. // Policy & Politics;Jan2005, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p186
Presents the abstract of the article, "Transplanting cityscapes: The use of imagined globalisation in housing commodification in Beijing," by Fulong Wu, published in volume 36, number 3, 2004 issue of "Area".
- Exploratory Analysis of the World City Network. Taylor, P. J.; Catalano, G.; Walker, D. R. F. // Urban Studies (Routledge);Dec2002, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p2377
Drawing on previous specification and measurement of the world city network, this paper develops an exploratory research design using principal components analyses. Multiple solutions are used to explore the structure of a matrix defined by 123 cities and 100 global service firms in which the...
- Measurement of the World City Network. Taylor, P. J.; Catalano, G.; Walker, D. R. F. // Urban Studies (Routledge);Dec2002, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p2367
The purpose of this paper is to describe the construction of a set of data that can be used to measure intercity relations. Building on a specification of the world city network as an 'interlocking network' in which business service firms play the crucial role in network formation, information...