2 edition of Technological change and spatial policy found in the catalog.
Technological change and spatial policy
ECE Colloquium on the Significance of Technological Change for Local and Regional Development (1989 Badoevedorp, Netherlands)
|Statement||edited by Henk ter Heide.|
|Series||Nederlandse geografische studies =, Netherlands geographical studies,, 112, Nederlandse geografische studies ;, 112.|
|Contributions||Heide, Hendrik ter.|
|LC Classifications||T173.8 .E33 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||91120283|
Provides a review of current research and thinking about the spatial context of technological change. It covers methodological developments, empirical evidence from differing national concepts, and discussions of policy formulation and implementation at a range of spatial scales. Maritime Networks: Spatial structures and time dynamics. ISBN technological change and urban/regional economic development. This book examines new evidence about how socio-economic trends are reflected (but also influenced) by maritime flows and networks, and about the way this knowledge can support and enhance decision-making in relation.
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Technological change and spatial policy. [Hendrik ter Heide;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hendrik ter Heide. Find more information about: ISBN: # ECE Colloquium on the Significance of Technological Change for Local and Regional Development ( This book represents a selection of contributions to the Regional Science Association, European Summer Institute, held at Arco, Lake of Garda, Italy, from 17th to 23rd July on the theme of 'Theories and policies of technological development at.
The historical Technological change and spatial policy book of inadequate explanations are traced before addressing more recent developments in the theory of spatial specialization of economic activity. The role of firms in coordinating activities and in governing transactions is explored in some depth, and the place of government in this scheme of things is introduced.
The persistent and deeply-rooted economic recession, the future uncertainties regarding energy and raw materials supply, the divergent development patterns between the developed world and the developing world, and the inability of government policies to control the present unstable economic and technological process have led to a revival of theories and methods aimed at analyzing long-term Cited by: 7.
A model of the urban system in the new era of information technology is developed by the introduction of new concepts and new variables to location theory. By use of the model one can generate different urban configurations and can bring differentiation to different locations, as opposed to traditional models which cannot explain the spatial Cited by: TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, POLICY RESPONSE AND SPATIAL DYNAMICS* Peter ~i jkampk* October CP **Department of Economics Free University Amsterdam The Netherlands * Paper presented at the Advanced Studies Institute on 'Evolving Geographica.1 Structures', San Miniato, Italy, July To be published - in: D.A.
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References Beckmann, M J,Spatial equilibrium in the dispersed city”, in Mathematical Land Use Theory by: He has research interests in the areas of regional economic systems, technological change and regional development, location and land use and spatial econometrics.
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As a country develops, economies of scale tend to result in increasing spatial concentration of industry and services. Agglomeration of economic activities widens the income gap between “leading” and “lagging” subregions within a country and creates a disparity in access to basic public services.
By (author) Professor Peter Nijkamp. Share. In recent years, the scientific interest in the complex relationship between technological change, employment and regional growth has ex- hibited a fast growth.
Despite the upswing in attention for the inter- actions between the components of this 'triangle', research efforts in this area are still severely hampered by lack of theoretical and em- pirical insights.
Technological Change, Employment and Spatial Dynamics Proceedings of an International Symposium on Technological Change and Employment: Urban and Regional Dimensions Held at Zandvoort, The Netherlands April 1–3, the future spatial distribution of people and jobs, understanding its impact is critical to developing appropriate urban policies.
Technology also affects labor markets and skills in urban areas. If technology changes the types of skills needed by urban residents, it.
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Technological Change in a Spatial Context: Theory, Empirical Evidence and Policy This book represents a selection of contributions to the Regional Science Association, European Summer Institute, held at Arco, Lake of Garda, Italy, from 17th to 23rd July on the theme of 'Theories and policies of technological development at the local level'.
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The Spatial Hierarchy of Technological Change and Economic Development in Europe Bart Verspagen [email protected] markets, a range of governmental policies (science and technology policy, innovation policy, macroeconomic policy, competition policy, etc.), historical specificities, etc.
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We hope that it will also be of use in education, in both advanced coursework and especially in continuing education. This book presents one interpretation of important current trends.