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  • Standortmerkmale US-Amerikanischer High-Technology-Industrien. Eine intraregionale Untersuchung am Fallbeispiel des Colorado Front Range Corridors. Caractéristiques locales des industries high-technology américaines. Une étude intrarégionale avec
  • Economie régionale ; Entreprise ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Géographie économique ; High-tech ; Industrie ; Technologie
  • Etude sur les facteurs du choix local intrarégional de la high technology lié à la question de savoir quelles caractéristiques distinguent les endroits high-tech des endroits moins high-tech. On voit que, jusqu'à présent, les endroits moins
  • favorables à la high-tech, malgré toutes les mesures d'encouragement, sont à peine en mesure de développer une base high technology solide et avant tout en fonction des structures et de la taille des entreprises. - (Equipe EG)
  • High technology location and the urban areas of Great Britain : developments in the 1980s
  • Economic restructuring ; Employment ; Great Britain ; High-tech industry ; Regional disparities ; Specialization ; Technology ; United Kingdom ; Urban economy
  • New towns appear more successful than other urban areas in attracting high technology, and this continued to be the case during the 1980s. There is evidence of a relative increase of high technology activity in smaller urban areas since 1981
  • Restructuring of Australian higher education : information technology in geography teaching and learning
  • Australia ; Education ; Higher education ; Information ; School system ; Teaching of geography ; Technology
  • Australian higher education has experienced substantial change since the early 1980s, with a transition to mass higher education. Evolving conceptions of learning pose new challenges for educators. The explosive emergence of the World Wide Web
  • are providing the basis on which information technology can become increasingly central to teaching and learning.
  • Spatial scope of a modern transport technology
  • Choice ; Distance ; Technology ; Transport ; Transport cost
  • This paper studies the endogenous choice of transport technology, traditional versus modern, by a shipper. Although the modern technology is characterized by higher fixed costs and a higher speed of transport, it is chosen for intermediate distances
  • , rather than to long distances. The reason is that, when the shipper switches to the modern technology, the industrial firm changes production from the home to the foreign city. Thus, the demand for transport decreases proportionally to the distance
  • between the home and foreign city. For long distances, revenue from transportation becomes so low that the modern technology does not break even.
  • Urban economic development and high technology industry
  • High-tech industry ; Israel ; Location ; Research and development ; Science park ; Technology ; Urban development ; Urban economy
  • Economic development opportunities are expected to be expressed in the development of local linkage patterns : employment linkages, production and service linkages and linkages to local universities. On the basis of survey evidence of high
  • technology firms from two urban areas in Israel, linkage patterns are found to be weakly developed locally but extensively developed nationally and internationally.
  • Masculinity, dualisms and high technology
  • Attitude ; Cambridgeshire ; Daily life ; Gender difference ; High-tech industry ; Social geography ; Social space ; Societal relations ; United Kingdom
  • The paper explores the working out in daily life of certain classic dualisms of western thought. It focuses on reason/non-reasaon and transcendence/immanence and on their influence in structuring social relations in and around high-technology
  • sectors in Cambridge, England. Some of the tensions in the relationship between the spheres of home and paid work are explored. A particular high-tech masculinity is being reinforced.
  • The making of a high technology node : foreign-owned companies in Israeli high technology
  • Centrality ; Foreign investment ; High-tech industry ; Industry ; Israel ; Network ; Research and development ; Spatial structure ; Technology ; Transnational corporation
  • Etude conceptuelle du rôle du secteur israélien des technologies avancées en tant que noeud au sein d'un réseau de production mondiale. Les données sur l'investissement étranger américain dans les entreprises constituent un indicateur de la
  • Communication ; High technology ; High-tech industry ; Information ; Russia ; Telecommunications
  • Panorama des nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la communication dans la Russie d'aujourd'hui.
  • The location decisions and operations of High technology organizations in Washington State
  • Agglomeration ; Employment ; High-tech industry ; Industrial location ; Location choice ; Professional qualifications ; Research and development ; Technology ; United States ; Washington State
  • Résultats d'une enquête auprès d'environ 400 établissements industriels faisant appel à des technologies de pointe. Considérations sur les processus de concentration et d'agglomération industrielles. Recherche des facteurs qui expliquent les choix
  • Regional high-tech potentials in Germany. The Rhine-Main agglomeration
  • Allemagne ; Compétitivité ; Economie régionale ; High-tech ; Industrie ; Infrastructure ; Rhein-Main Gebiet ; Technologie
  • Competitiveness ; Germany ; Industry ; Infrastructure ; Regional economy ; Technology
  • Cet article traite les sujets suivants: 1) Compétitivité régionale et industries high-tech. 2) Définition du high-tech. 3) Base de données pour l'étude du high-tech. 4) Les industries high-tech dans la région Rhin-Main. 5) Infrastructure
  • scientifique et technique de la région. 6) Praticabilité de l'index high-tech et conclusions politiques. - (MT)
  • High-technology agglomeration and the labor market : the case of Silicon Valley
  • Agglomeration ; California ; Electronics ; Employment ; High-tech industry ; Industrialization ; Innovation ; Labour market ; Location ; Production ; United States
  • labor-market processes to the growth and development of this high-technology production complex.
  • Replacing the concept of high technology : towards a diffusion-based approach
  • L'A. montre qu'il est nécessaire de développer des approches alternatives pour étudier les activités concernées par les technologies de pointe, la plupart des définitions étant inadéquates. Une nouvelle taxonomie est proposée, qui prend en compte le
  • Japanese and South Korean national territorial development. An evaluation of high-technology complexes
  • Comparative study ; Decentralization ; High-tech park ; Japan ; Regional development ; Research and development ; Science park ; South Korea ; Technology
  • The Japanese and South Korean models of high-technology complexes are compared. This will provide a better understanding of their roles in technology development. The Japanese government has oriented its policies toward innovation linked to regional
  • The genesis of the high technology milieu : a study in complexity
  • Economic behaviour ; Economic environment ; High-tech industry ; Industrial complex ; Industry ; Science park ; System ; Technology
  • Innovation and technical links : the case of advanced technology industry in Oxfordshire
  • England ; Enterprise;Firm ; High-tech industry ; Higher education ; Industrial employment ; Innovation ; Occupational activity ; Oxfordshire ; Professional qualifications ; Research and development ; Technology ; Technology transfer ; United Kingdom
  • The geography of high-technology production in France and the technology/defense nexus
  • Regionaldarwinismus. Evolution von High-Tech-Regionen.
  • High technology ; Knowledge ; Location ; Region ; Regional development ; Regional economy ; Technology
  • Up to now, there is very little empirical evidence to give support to the idea that certain factors lead to succes of high-tech-regions. But among politicians, as well as scholars, there is an increasing consciousness that, beside the traditional
  • Competitive time-space in high technology
  • Cambridgeshire ; Employment ; England ; Flexibility ; High-tech industry ; Innovation ; Research and development ; Space time ; Technological innovation ; Technology ; United Kingdom ; Work organization
  • La croissance de la Recherche Développement basée sur les nouvelles technologies à Cambridge dans les années 1980 est l'histoire d'un succès économique de l'époque moderne. Cet article montre l'extrême flexibilité de l'espace-temps dans
  • Economic cooperation ; Europe ; European Union ; High technology ; Measurement ; Proximity ; Technology
  • While organizational proximity influences the output of collaborations only indirectly, geographical and technological proximity do so directly. Geographical proximity is most significant in statistical terms and technological proximity has
  • the highest magnitude of effect. Consequently, the latter lends itself most for management and policy interventions, by providing information on technological specialization of potential partners.
  • Technology and industrial policy for a metropolis at the threshold of the global economy : the case of Haifa, Israel
  • Economic strategy ; High-tech industry ; Industrial policy ; Industry ; Israel ; Producer services ; Technology ; Urban economy
  • Following an appraisal of the process of post-industrial functional upgrade and spatial concentration in the greater Tel Aviv region, possible avenues for a technological and industrial development policy for metropolitan Haifa are evaluated
  • technological change.