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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 145/03 - Publications about Industrial Space
Fecha:Sabado, 7 de Junio, 2003  23:58:54 (-0300)
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CeHuNews 145/03

 

    Publications of the previous commission

(IGU Commission on the Organization of Industrial Space)

 

        #1 : Book Series


      #2 : Special issues of journals

    2. INSTITUTIONS IN INDUSTRIAL TRANSITION OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE  

           (edited by E. W. Schamp and W. H. Berentsen)

           Geographische Zeitschrift, Vol. 83, No 2, 1995

    1. THE NETWORK PERSPECTIVE IN INDUSTIRAL GEOGRAPHY  

           (edited by  C. A. Alvastam)        

           Geographfiska Annaler. Series B. Human Geography, Vol. 75B, No 3, 1993


 PROMOTING LOCAL GROWTH: Process, practice and policy
 
(edited by D.Felsenstein and M. Taylor, 2001)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

1

Introduction: Promoting local growth - A new look at an old saga

D.Felsenstein and M. Taylor

 

Part I Process : Introduction to Part I

2

Enterprise, embeddedness and local growth: Inclusion, exclusion and social capital

M.Taylor

3

Analysing local growth promotion: Looking beyond employment and income counts

D. Felsenstein

4

Knowledge-based industry for promoting growth

S.O. Park

5

Identifying contexts of learning in firms and regions

P.Oinas and H. van Gils

6

New forms of local governance in the emergence of industrial districts

A.Eraydin

 

Part II Process: Introduction to Part II

7

Evaluating innovation centres in Germany: Issues of methodology, empirical results and international comparison

C.Tamásy

8

Creating university-industry collaboration in Hong Kong

J.Patchell and T.Eastham

9

Promoting local growth in the Oxfordshire high-tech economy: Local institutional settings

H.L.Smith

10

Technological chance, local capabilities and the restructuring of a company town

E. Vatne

11

Ethnic minorities' strategies for market formation: The Israeli Arab case

M.Sofer, I.Benenson and I.Schnell

12

Electronic commerce: Global-local relationships in financial services

J.Langdale

 

Part III Policy: Introduction to Part III

13

The internet age: Not the end of geography

E.J.Malecki

14

Patterns of suburban offices development: The spatial reach of office firms in metropolitan Tel Aviv

B.A.Kipnis and O.Borenstein

15

Hyper-footloose business services: The case of Swedish distance workers in the Mediterranean Sun Belt

C.G.Alvastam and A. Jönsson

16

Regional policies: Promoting competitiveness in the Wake of globalisation

P.Maskell

17

Promoting reginal growth and convergence in the long-term master plan for Israel

R.Bar-El

18

Knowledge economies and transitional labour markets: New regional growth engines

L.van der Laan

19

Regulating labour, transforming human capital and promoting local economic growth: The case of the UK skillcentres initiative

S.Leonard

20

Rethinking Auckland: Local response to global challenges

R. Le Heron and P.McDermott

 

 THE NETWORKED FIRM IN A GLOBAL WORLD: Small firms in new environments
(edited by E. Vatne and M. Taylor, 2000)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

1

Small firms, networked firms and innovation systems: An introduction

E.Vatne and M.Taylor

2

Small and medium sized enterprises in space: The plural economy

S. Conti

3

Industrial network formation and regulation: The case of Japan's SME policy

Y. Aoyama

4

Challenges and pathways for small sub-contractors in an era of global supply chain restructuring

P.R.Christensen

5

Industrial change and local competitive advantage: Industrial production systems in Turin

P.Giaccaria

6

Sub-contractors, supplier parks and supply chain management: The case of Volvo's Arendal Supplier Park

C.G.Alvstam and A.Larsson

7

The unresolved question of new versus old: Technological change and organisational response in the German chemical industry

H.Bathelt

8

Localised knowledge, interactive learning and innovation: Between regional networks and global corporations

B.T.Asheim and A.Isaksen

9

Enterprise, power and embeddedness: An empirical exploration

M. Taylor

10

Explaining internationalisation of SMEs: The importance of internal and local resources

H. Eskelinen and E.Vatne

11

Decline and renewal in industrial districts: Exit strategies of SMEs in consumer goods industrial districs of Germany

E. W. Schamp

12

Modernising the industrial district: Rejuvenation or managerial colonisation?

B. Johannisson

 

 MAKING CONNECTIONS: TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC CHANGE
(edited by E.J. Malecki and P. Oinas, 1998)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

 

Introduction: making connections

E. J. Malecki and P. Oinas

1

Spatial innovation system

E. J. Malecki and P. Oinas

2

Globalisation and industrial competitives: the process and consequences of ubiquitification

P. Maskell

3

Innovation and the city

O. Crevoisier

4

Local product development trajectories: engineering establishments in three contrasting regions

N. Alderman

5

  Innovation and local development: the neglected role of large firms

G. Patchell, K. Rees and R. Hayter

6

Local learning and interactive innovation networks in a global economy

B. T. Asheim and P. Cooke

7

Technological competitiveness in a transition economy: foreign and domestic companies in Hungarian industry

G. Barta

8

In search of innovativeness: the case of  Zhong'guancun

J. Wang

9

Bangalore: a network model for innovation-oriented regional development in NICs?

M. Fromhold-Eisebith

10

On technology and  development

E. J. Malecki, P. Oinas and S. O. Park

 

 REGIONAL CHANGE IN INDUSTRIALIZING ASIA: REGIONAL AND LOCAL RESPONSES TO CHANGING COMPETITIVENESS
      (edited by L. van Grunsven, 1998)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

1

Introduction: regional change in the Asian Pacific Rim

L. van Grunsven

2

Asian Pacific regionalization: reality and rhetoric

J. Mckay and G. Missen

3

Economic integration of the ASEAN countries

E. Kettunen

4

Intra-regional division of labour and industrial change in East Asia: emerging high-technology interaction between Korea and Taiwan

C. G. Alvstam and S. C. Park

5

Diaspora investments and their regional impact: the case of China

C. T. Wu

6

Industrial restructuring in the Asian NIEs: the behaviour of firms and the dynamics of local productive systems

L. van Grunsven

7

Paths of development in the Japanese automotive industry: changing competitive advantage and the just-in-time system

B. T. Kalsaas

8

Local-global networks of high technology industrial districts in Korea

S. O. Park

9

World city futures: the role of urban and regional polices in the Asian Pacific region

J. Friedmann

10

Economic integration or interdependency ? : The Nation-state and changing economic landscape of Southeast Asia

C. Grundy-Warr and M. Perry

  

 INTERDEPENDENT AND UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT: GLOBAL LOCAL PERSPECTIVES
      
(edited by M. Taylor and S. Conti, 1997)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

1

Introduction: perspectives on global-local interdependencies

M. Taylor and S. Conti

2

Global-local perspectives: a review of concepts and theoretical proposals

S. Conti

3

Global-local interdependendies and conflicting spatialities: space and place in economic geography

M. Taylor, C. Ekinsmyth and S. Leonard

4

Commidity system governance by quality management: a New Zealand discourse

R. Le Heron, I. Cooper, D. Hayward and M. Perry

5

Strategic alliances in global competition: securing or gaining the competitive edge

W. Gaebe

6

Localized innovation processes and the sustainable competitive advantage of firms: a conceptual model

A. Malmberg and O. Solvell

7

Learning regions in a globalized world economy: towards a new competitive advantage of industrial districts?

B. T. Asheim

8

Globalization and territorial economy: what future for the north of France as an old industrial area ?

F. Cunat and B. Thomas

9

Networks of small manufactures in the USA: creating embeddedness

E. J. Malecki and D. M. Tootle

10

Globalization and the suburbs: local labour markets in Western Sydney

R. Fagan

11

Localization and globalization tendencies in the social control and regulation of labour

A. E. G. Jonas

12

So what is internationalization ? : Lessions from restructuring at Australia's mother plant

P. M. O'Neill


ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE: INDUSTRY, POWER AND POLICY
     
(edited by  M. Taylor, 1995)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

1

Linking economy, environment and policy

M. Taylor

2

The economy and the environment: itineraries for the construction of a territorial approach

S. conti and E. Dansero

3

Towards sustainable industrial production: but in what sense sustainable ?

R. Hudson

4

The business enterprise, power networks and environmental change

M. Taylor, M. Bobe and S. Leonard

5

Steering the eco-transition: a material accounts approach

P. M. Weaver

6

Industrial resoruce use and transitional conflict: geographical implications of the James Bay hydropower schemes

D. Soyez

7

Environment management in Singapore

Ooi Giok-Ling

8

Local government, environmental policy and economic development

D. Gibbs and M. Healey

9

The role of industrial estates in the creation and destruction of local environment: an Indian experience

M. S. Singh, R. K. Pandey and V. Singh

 

 THE ASIA PACIFIC RIM AND GLOBALIZATION: ENTERPRISE GOVERNANCE AND TERRITORY
       
(edited by R. Le Heron and S.O. Park, 1995)

Chapter

Contents

Authors

1

Introduction: Geographies of Globalization

R. Le Heron and S. O. Park

2

Industrialization policy and the role of the state: Newly industrializing economies

P. Rimmer

3

Reinterpreting the 'Japanese miracle': Regulationalist perspectives on post-1945 Japanese growth and crisis

J. Peck and Y. Miyamachi

4

Keeping their miracles going: Questioning big firms in Korea and small firms in Taiwan

J. Mckay and G. Missen

5

Japanese structures: Integrating state and corporate strategies

P. Parker

6

Integration through trade and direct investment: Asian Pacific patterns

C. Alvstam

7

Japanese integration and the geography of industry in Japan

G. Humphrys

8

State, investment and territory: Regional economic zones and emerging industrial landscapes

L. van Grunsven, S. Y. Wong and W. B. Kim

9

Conclusions

R. Le Heron and S.O. Park

  

 THE INDUSTIRAL ENTERPRISE AND ITS ENVIRONMENT: SPATIAL PERSPECTIVES  
       
(edited by  S. Conti, E. J. Malecki and P. Oinas, 1995) 

Chapter

Contents

Authors

 

Introduction: rethingking the geography of enterprise

S. Conti, E. Malecki and P. Oinas

1

The dynamics of business, the business environment and the organization of industrial space

F. E. Ian Hamilton

2

Spatial dimensions of alliances and other strategic manoeuveres

C. G. Alvstam

3

Four paradigms of the enterprise system

S. Conti

4

The business enterprise, power and patterns of geographical industrialisation

M. Taylor

5

Economic theory, entrepreneurship and new economic dynamics

P. Julien

6

Organisations and environments: linking industrial geography

P. Oinas

7

The innovation process and local environment

F. Todtling

8

Global network and local milieu: towards a theory of economic space

R. Camagni

9

Enterprise, systems and network dynamics: the challenge of complexity

S. Conti and G. Dematteis

 

CHANGING BORDER REGIONS IN EUROPE AND ASIA
     
( edited by  T. Stryjakiewicz and C. T. Wu, GeoJournal, Vol. 44, No 3, 1998 )

Contents

Authors

Pages

Editorial

 

187-188

Cross-border development in Europe and Asia

C. T. Wu

189-201

The changing role of border zones in the transforming economies of East-Central Europe: the case of Poland

T. Stryjakiewicz

203-213

Double transformation at the eastern border of the EU: the case of the Euroregion pro Europa Viadrina

H. Bertram

215-224

Cross-border regional development in Southern China

R. C. K. Chan

225-237

Regiional planning's last hurrah: the political economy of the Tumen River regional development plan

K. Karl and C. T. Wu.

239-247

The role of the border city hunchun on Tumen River, China

K. S. Lee

249-257

New borders for new world orders: territorialities at the fin-de-siecle

V. Kolossov and J. O'Loughlin

259-273

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