1 edition of Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe found in the catalog.
Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe
|Statement||by Roberta Capello, Ugo Fratesi, Laura Resmini|
|Series||Advances in Spatial Science, The Regional Science Series|
|Contributions||Fratesi, Ugo, Resmini, Laura, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9783642192500, 9783642192517|
Global regionalization is a process which is parallel to most important feature of the global community is globalization of many processes and phenomena of the development of international relations, strengthening relationships and interdependence of modern states in the second half of the 20th ization is evident not only globally, but also regionally. Wolfgang Polasek, "Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe: Past Trends and Future Scenarios, by Roberta Capello, Ugo Fratesi, and Laura Resmini. Series: Advances in Spatial Science: The Regional Science," Journal of Regional Science, Wiley .
Get this from a library! Globalization, institutions, and regional development in Europe. [Ash Amin; N J Thrift; ESF Programme on Regional and Urban Restructuring in Europe.;] -- What are the economic prospects of European regions in a globalizing world? One view suggests that European regions will be overwhelmed by global forces; another suggests the rise of a new localism. effects of globalization, regionalization, and nationalism. For instance, instead of referring to a single world order, we are witnessing today the emergence of a variety of new regional File Size: KB.
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Heis treasurer and member of the Council of the Italian Section of the RegionalScience Association International (AISRe). He is author of two books and severalpapers published in refereed journals in the field of regional economics, especiallyon the themes of regional growth, disparities, and policy.
After a description of the new forms of globalization currently shaping our world, and of their possible spatial effects, the book highlights which European regions have in the past succeeded in taking advantage of globalization trends and identifies the major reasons for their success.
: Globalization, Institutions, and Regional Development in Europe (European Science Foundation) (): Amin, Ash, Thrift, Nigel: Books4/5(1).
Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe by Roberta Capello,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. After a description of the new forms of globalization currently shaping our world, and of their possible spatial effects, the book highlights which European regions have in the past succeeded in taking advantage of globalization trends and identifies the major reasons for their : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Roberta Capello & Ugo Fratesi & Laura Resmini, "Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe," Advances in Spatial Science, Springer, number: RePEc:spr:adspsc DOI: /Cited by: This volume discusses the current trend of globalization and the main characteristics of world order, focusing specifically on the destiny of the nation state, Globalization and Regional Integration in Europe and Asia book.
Globalization and Regional Integration in Europe and Asia book. Edited By Nam-Kook Kim. Edition 1st Edition. This book argues that neither of these accounts is correct. Globalization, Institutions, and Regional Development in Europe - Ash Amin; Nigel Thrift - Oxford University Press What are the economic prospects for Europe in a globalizing world.
What are the economic prospects of European regions in a globalizing world. One view suggests that European regions will be overwhelmed by global forces; another suggests the rise of a new localism leading to a Europe of the regions.
This book argues that neither account is correct and suggests another scenario. The authors offer detailed accounts of the local economies of Baden Wurttemberg 3/5(1). Get this from a library. Globalization and regional growth in Europe: past trends and future scenarios.
[Roberta Capello; Ugo Fratesi; Laura Resmini] -- After a description of the new forms of globalization currently shaping our world, and of their possible spatial effects, the book highlights which European regions have in the past succeeded in. Part II Globalization and Regional Economic Growth Patterns 4 Global Regions in Europe 53 Measuring Globalization at Regional Level 53 Measuring Globalization: Two Logical Dimensions 54 Gateways for Globalization 55 Openness to Globalization 57 The Elements of a Globalization Indicator 57 A Synthetic Globalization.
This book examines the processes of transition, regional development and globalization, focusing on China and Central Europe, and seeks to identify a new and stable international framework with improved outcomes for d into three parts, the book first analyzes several key economic issues concerning transition in China and Central Europe; it then examines these issues from the viewpoint of international relations Cited by: 2.
1 The Regional Dimension of Globalization: Past Trends and Future Scenarios.- Part A: National and Regional Globalization Processes.- 2 The EU in the Global Economy.- 3 Globalization and the Reshaping of Regional Economies: Favoured Territories Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe: Past Trends and Future Scenarios, by RobertaCapello, UgoFratesi, and LauraResmini.
Series: Advances in Spatial Science: The Regional Author: Wolfgang Polasek. S COTT A. and S TORPER M. () Regions, globalization, development, Reg. Stud Regional economies are synergy-laden systems of physical and relational assets, and intensifying globalization is making this situation more and not less the case.
As such, regions are an essential dimension of the development process, not just in the more advanced countries but also in less.
Capello R., Fratesi U., Resmini L. () Globalization and the Reshaping of Regional Economies: Favored Territories. In: Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe. Advances in Spatial Science (The Regional Science Series).Author: Roberta Capello, Ugo Fratesi, Laura Resmini.
Capello R., Fratesi U., Resmini L. () Globalization and European Strategies: Alternative Scenarios. In: Globalization and Regional Growth in Europe. Advances in Spatial Science (The Regional Science Series).Cited by: 1.
Globalization Under and After Socialism Book Description: The post-communist states of Central and Eastern Europe have gone from being among the world's most closed, autarkic economies to being some of the most export-oriented and globally integrated.
This is particularly pronounced within supra-regional blocs featuring specific internal border regimes. The ensuing opportunities are increasingly seized to create border-spanning discourses and institutions. This is illustrated in the book by a range of experts analyzing cross-border regions in Europe.
Globalization and Development Eric Wolf, in his book Europe and the People without History, details the expansion of European powers throughout the world to control both human and natural resources as well as expand a country’s world power and promote Christianity.
The British parliamentary system of government was exported to various. INTRODUCTION and employment. Global competition has placed a premium on the adjustment potential of small-andAs the process of market integration reaches into the medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in these ‘vulnerablemost remote corners of the European Union (EU) and regions’, suggesting a rather bleak map of future Euro-beyond, it is increasingly apparent that long-term strucpean regional Cited by: This important book considers the factors that influence and shape the competitive performance of regions.
This is not just an issue of academic interest and debate, but also of increasing policy deliberation and action. However, as the readings in this book make clear, the very idea of regional competitiveness is itself complex and Edition: 1st Edition.Globalization, Institutions, and Regional Development in Europe.
Edited by Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift. in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: What are the economic prospects of European regions in a globalizing world?
One view suggests that European regions will be overwhelmed by global forces; another suggests the rise of a new localism leading to a Europe of the by: