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  • From global production networks to global reproduction networks : households, migration, and regional development in Cavite, the Philippines
  • Globalization ; Household ; Migration ; Network ; Philippines ; Production ; Regional development
  • Au-delà de la production et des lieux dans les réseaux de production globale. Développement industriel à Cavite, Philippines. Production industrielle et vie des ménages/du village. Réseau de reproduction mondialisé.
  • Large-small firm networks : a foundation of the new globalizing economy in South Korea
  • Economic restructuring ; Economy ; Enterprise ; Exporting industry ; Firm size ; Globalization ; Network ; South Korea ; Sub-contracting
  • caused denser and dynamic intercorporate networks to arise. The globalizing of economy is encouraged by efficacious global-local transactions via networks.
  • The A. examines how Korea's export-oriented economy has laid its new foundation for global competitiveness by deepening interfirm linkages. They refer mainly to the relationship between large and small firms. Recent corporate restructuring has
  • The GCTE Soil Erosion Network and model evaluation studies
  • Changement global ; Ecosystème ; Erosion des sols ; Modélisation ; Programme de recherche
  • Ecosystem ; Global change ; Modelling ; Research programme ; Soil erosion
  • A core research project within the Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems (GCTE) programme is the Soil Erosion Network. It objectives in data collection and modelling are outlined. - (AJC)
  • Measurement of the world city network
  • Centrality ; Enterprise ; Globalization ; Network ; Producer services ; Tertiary sector ; Urban geography ; World city
  • 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 is gathered from global service firms about the size of their presence in a city
  • and about any extra-territorial functions of their offices. This information is converted into data which are used to measure the global network connectivity of cities.
  • The interlocking network model for studying urban networks
  • Producer services ; Research ; Theory ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban network ; World city
  • odyssey: from interlocking network model to extraordinary cities ; 3-Network or hierarchical relations? A plea for redirecting attention to the control functions of global cities4-World city network research at a theoretical impasse: On the need to re
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à l'étude des réseaux urbains mondiaux, on trouvera les articles suivants :1-Introduction: The interlocking network model for studying urban networks: out-line, potential, critiques, and ways forward ; 2-A research
  • -establish qualitative approaches to understanding agency in world city networks , 5-Validity in world city network measurements ; 6- Multiple perspectives on functional coherence: Heterogeneity and multiplexity in the Randstad ; 7-Cities as networks within
  • networks of cities: The evolution of the city/firm-duality in the world city network, 2000–2010.
  • Power networks and early Chinese immigrants in Pennsylvania
  • Association ; Chinese ; Historical geography ; Immigration ; International migration ; Pennsylvania ; Social integration ; Social network ; United States of America
  • Early Chinese immigrants in Pennsylvania were influenced by networks ranging from the global economic system to friendship with colleagues working in the same cities. Despite encountering poverty, hostility and institutional bias, Chinese were able
  • to persist in part because their social and cultural networks complemented global and Euro-American economic networks. These networks shielded immigrants from the hostility of Euro-Americans and the penalties of the American government.
  • A global urban roller coaster ? Connectivity changes in the world city network, 2000-2004
  • Black Africa ; Global change ; Globalization ; Large town ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban network ; World city
  • Afrique noire ; Changement global ; Etats-Unis ; Grande ville ; Mondialisation ; Réseau urbain ; Ville ; Ville mondiale
  • Changer les relations entre les villes. Le modèle d'emboîtement des relations intervilles. Mesure de la connectivité du réseau global - phase II. Changement dans le réseau des villes mondiales 2000-04 : I. visualisations. Changement dans le réseau
  • Urbane Ökonomien in Deutschland. Clusterpotenziale und globale Vernetzungen
  • Economies urbaines en Allemagne. Potentiel d'agrégation et interconnexions globales
  • Germany ; Globalization ; Location ; Network ; Urban economy
  • differences with regard to the large urban economic centres in West- and East-Germany. The different positions of particular urban economic centres in Germany and Europe as encoring points of global firms' organizational networks are being indicated
  • with regard to global service providers and global media firms, emphasizing the global interconnections as an important development factor particularly in the metropoles of the urban system. - (IFL)
  • Regional development and the competitve dynamics of global production networks : an East Asian perspective
  • Asia ; Eastern Asia ; Firm ; Globalization ; Network ; Production ; Regional development ; State
  • The spaces and times of globalization : place, scale, networks, and positionality
  • Economic geography ; Economic theory ; Globalization ; Network ; Place ; Space time ; Spatial scale
  • Multi-level modularity vs. Hierarchy : global production networks in Singapore's electronics industry
  • Electronics ; Globalization ; Industrial policy ; Industrial production ; Industry ; Network ; Singapore
  • Global cities in the global corporate network
  • Economic power ; Network ; Town ; Transnational corporation ; Urban hierarchy ; World city
  • L'A. étudie la manière dont les plus grandes villes mondiales et les sièges des principales corporations s'articulent au sein d'un réseau global. Ce réseau est concentré dans les principales villes mondiales de façon à renforcer le système
  • Global radiation measurements in a operational meteorological network. Effects of pollution and ventilation
  • Instrumentation ; Radiation ; Rayonnement global ; Technique de mesure
  • La mesure du rayonnement global, telle qu'elle est pratiquée en routine un peu partout dans le monde, donne des résultats très satisfaisants, que n'améliorent pas, et que détériorent parfois, les raffinements récemment proposés (ventilation et
  • The geography of international business telecommunications : the role of leased networks
  • Bank ; Centrality ; Economic integration ; Finance ; Information ; International economy ; Internationalisation ; Network ; Telecommunications ; Transnational corporation
  • elements of their global corporate strategy. The networks use high-speed circuits to link major industrialized countries. There is a competition between countries to become regional hubs for traffic on international networks.
  • Leased networks are a small but important part of international telecommunications, especially for large transnational corporations. Many of these firms, particularly in the banking and finance and electronics industries, view their networks as key
  • Les structures organisationnelles transnationales, les réseaux urbains : une approche pour l'analyse des interrelations globales des régions métropolitaines
  • Globalization ; Metropolitan area ; Urban network
  • the conditions of globalization. This conceptualization of a global city network, which has been developed by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network (GaWC), is based on the analysis of the locational networks of globally active service firms
  • , but it can also be transferred to other organizations, in order to achieve a more comprehensive global city profile that integrates political, cultural and social linkages. - (IFL)
  • The communications of larger firms and their implications on the emergence of a new world industrial order. A case study: IBM's global data network in Pre-congress meeting.
  • Subcontracting the accountant! Professional labour markets, migration, and organisational networks in the global accountancy industry
  • Expertise ; Firm strategy ; International migration ; Labour ; Labour market ; Labour migration ; Network ; Offices ; Skilled labour ; Sub-contracting
  • The notion of labour market is discussed within the context of international migration of skilled labour in the accountancy industry. The practices of large accountancy firms have restructured the demand for professional labour on a global scale
  • . Accounting staff are subcontracted to their firm's international office networks or multinational clients through secondment, transfer, or exchange procedures.
  • Network change, deregulation, and access in the global airline industry
  • Air transport ; Centrality ; Deregulation ; Developed countries ; Globalization ; Hub ; Liberalisation ; Network ; Transport ; Transport network
  • Global pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms’ linkages in the world city network
  • Biotechnology ; Connectivity ; Core-periphery ; Head office ; Joint venture ; Multinational firm ; Network ; Pharmaceutical industry ; Producer services ; Production network ; Subsidiary company ; World city
  • This article examines the global pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms’ linkages in the world city network. A micro-scale analysis is presented of how the top ones connected cities across the world in 2010. Subsequently, the nodal centralities
  • of cities included in this sub-sector’s global network are compared with the findings of previous analyses that concentrate on the advanced producer ser-vices sector.
  • The entangled geographies of global justice networks
  • Globalization ; Neo liberalism ; Network ; Place ; Policy
  • Face à l'émergence récente des réseaux mondiaux de justice (GJN), les AA. développent une perspective spatiale plus critique. Les liens globaux des GJN créent des configurations culturelles et spatiales qui connectent les lieux entre eux, en