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Economic Development and Urban Policy in the Pacific Rim (Urban Affairs Annual Reviews, Vol)

M. Castells

Economic Development and Urban Policy in the Pacific Rim (Urban Affairs Annual Reviews, Vol)

by M. Castells

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Published by Sage Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urban Economics,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11213986M
    ISBN 10080393601X
    ISBN 109780803936010


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Economic Development and Urban Policy in the Pacific Rim (Urban Affairs Annual Reviews, Vol) by M. Castells Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book builds upon the work of the largest stream at the Urban Affairs Association’s (UAA) Annual Conference (Urban Issues in Asia and the Pacific Rim) – specifically, the chapters arose from presentations at the UAA Annual Conference in San Diego and ensuing discussions and : Bligh Grant.

This article highlights the major differences between the Asian and the Latin American side of the Pacific Rim in terms of global economic engagement and macroeconomic stability. We use cookies to enhance your experience on our by: 1. States and Development in the Asian Pacific Rim [Appelbaum, Richard, Henderson, Jeffrey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

States and Development in the Asian Pacific RimFormat: Hardcover. Economic Development and Housing Policy In the Asian Pacific Rim: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong, Singapore, And Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. At the origins of the research presented here lie a dramatic dilemma and a striking by: 6.

The book builds upon the work of the largest stream at the Urban Affairs Association’s (UAA) Annual Conference (Urban Issues in Asia and the Pacific Rim) – specifically, the chapters arose from presentations at the UAA Annual Conference in San Diego and ensuing discussions and debates.

title = "Cities and economic development: some lessons from the economic history of the pacific rim", abstract = "City growth necessarily requires heavy investment in housing and infrastructure. Cities are places where characteristics of location and concentration provide a comparative advantage in the production of goods and : Lionel Frost.

Together with the communicationsrevolution and massive urbanisation, it is reshaping theorganisation ofglobal space. It is illustrated by technological change, pronouncedeconomic growth, the dominance of giant corporations, ever more openmarkets and universal consumption.

Of special interest to students and professionals in political science, policy studies, urban studies, and development studies, States and Development in the Asian Pacific Rim will also be fascinating reading for anyone curious about Asian history, economics, or culture.

Economic Tigers. Four of the Pacific Rim territories have been called "Economic Tigers" due to their aggressive economies. They have included South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

Since Hong Kong has been absorbed as the Chinese territory of Xianggang, it is likely that its status as a tiger will : Matt Rosenberg. located in the country’s capital and only urban center, Honiara.

This last commitment subsequently became one of the main influences on economic management, including management of resource extraction. Whatever ideas had existed of creating long-term development strategies leading to self-sustaining economic growth were soon .