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  • Information technology impact on the way of life.
  • National Board for Science and Technology, Irlande
  • 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
  • development since the 1960s with the planning of Tsukuba Science City located to the Northeast of Tokyo. In South Korea, the need for regional decentralization appeared in the early 1970s with the proposition of a new science town called Taedok Science Town
  • Urban economic development and high technology industry
  • Special issue : Regional and urban restructuring in Europe. European science foundation
  • High-tech industry ; Israel ; Location ; Research and development ; Science park ; Technology ; Urban development ; Urban economy
  • technology firms from two urban areas in Israel, linkage patterns are found to be weakly developed locally but extensively developed nationally and internationally.
  • Empowering family farms through cooperatives and producer marketing boards
  • offices qui sont par ailleurs l'objet de nombreuses critiques. Rôle économique indéniable de ces coopératives ou offices: réduction de la concurrence et de certains coûts, maîtrise des nouvelles technologies.
  • Science, technology and food problems in Nigerian development
  • Agricultural technique ; Crop ; Development ; Education ; Farming;Agriculture ; Food ; Nigeria ; Price ; Production technique ; Technology
  • Traditional technology cannot help in producing adequate food to feed the Nigerian people. So it is necessary to develop science and technology. There is some effort to make to not only adapt foreign technologies, but develop indigenous technology
  • National atlas of India. Plates 174-299.
  • Atlas ; Atlas national ; Bangalore ; Carte thématique ; Energie ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Inde ; Karnataka ; Utilisation du sol urbain ; Ville
  • Department of Science and Technology. National atlas and thematic mapping Organisation, Calcutta, Inde
  • For international tourists Europe is growing together because of advanced information and transport technology. The answer to such tendencies in internationalization is transnational cooperation to respond better to costumer needs and expectations
  • ; The traditional destination management has to be broadened and should include cross-boarder interaction and collaboration between different levels and actors. The paper deals with the governance of international competitive units and completes the approach
  • Vibrating materialities : mobility-body-technology relations
  • [b1] Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National Univ., Canberra, Australie
  • Irrigation technologies in Bangladesh. An evaluation of consequences of different technological levels
  • In the article attention will be directed to the national and individual efforts aiming at utilizing water for irrigation in order to be able to evaluate the potentiel and effects of irrigation, especially of the different technologies which
  • Scientific and technological potentials in developing countries as national and international economic factors
  • The development of a national scientific and technological potential in developing countries is a vital aspect in their sphere of social and economic life. The authors compare these potentials in different regions of the earth. - (IH)
  • Geography, skills and technological change
  • Beijing ; Canada ; China ; Creative industry ; Employment ; Europe ; Finland ; Industrial park ; Italy ; Labour market ; Montréal ; Northern China ; Professional qualification ; Quebec ; Research and development ; Seattle ; Students ; Technology
  • This paper analyses geography, skills and technological change through the following articles : 1-Sub-national graduate mobility and knowledge flows : an exploratory analysis of onward- and return-migrants in Italy ; 2-Analysis of the graduate
  • survey evidence from Seattle's technology industry ; 8-Comparing the impact of intra- and inter-regional labour mobility on problem-solving in a Chinese science park ; 9-Precarious transitions and labour market disadvantage : using longitudinal data
  • ; 5-Localized technological change and efficiency wages across European regional labour markets ; 6-Places, spaces and the dynamics of creativity : the video game industry in Montreal ; 7-Entrepreneurship in a hub-and-spoke industrial district : firm
  • to explain the nature of work–welfare cycling ; 10-Subcontracting and supplier innovativeness in a developing economy evidence from China's information and communication technology industry.
  • Economic environment ; Firm strategy ; High-tech industry ; Location ; Location choice ; Science park ; Technological innovation ; Technology
  • L'A. apporte quelques éclaircissements sur les facteurs de localisation des industries de haute technologie dans un contexte national ou local. Elle présente une revue de la littérature qui montre la multiplicité et la diversité des définitions et
  • Canadian science, technology and innovation policy : the product of regional networking ?
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • Canada ; Innovation ; Network ; Policy ; Region ; Sciences ; Technology
  • Canada ; Innovation ; Politique ; Région ; Réseau ; Sciences ; Technologie
  • Approches théoriques et conceptuelles sur les réseaux pour la politique. Quelques informations de base sur le Canada. Politique de la science, de la technologie et de l'innovation au Canada : trois études de cas.
  • Droits de l'homme ; Etat-nation ; Ghana ; Libériens ; Migration forcée ; Migration internationale ; Réfugiés
  • Forced migration ; Ghana ; Human rights ; International migration ; Nation-state ; Refugees
  • Sur la base d'interviews ethnographiques de réfugiés libériens dans le camp de Gomoa-Buduburam au Ghana, l'article étudie les effets d'hypothèses essentialistes sur le territoire, l'Etat-nation, le chez-soi et le rapatriement forcé sur les droits
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norvege
  • Appropriate technology and rural development: a structuration perspective
  • Perception ; Project ; Research technique ; Rural development ; Social sciences ; South Africa ; Structuration theory ; Technological innovation ; Transkei
  • Afrique du Sud ; Développement rural ; Innovation technologique ; Perception ; Projet ; Sciences sociales ; Technique de recherche ; Théorie de la structuration ; Transkei
  • New insights to the publications of the Transkei Appropriate Technology Unit highlights the fundamental task of the social researcher to understand agents through the method of participatory research. - (AJC)
  • Japanese research parks : national policy and local development
  • High-tech industry ; High-tech park ; Japan ; Regional development ; Regional planning ; Research and development ; Science park ; Technology ; Territorial planning
  • The limits to globalization : technology districts and international trade
  • Rational choice, collective action, technological learning
  • Agglomeration ; Export ; Exporting industry ; Flexible production ; France ; Innovation ; International trade ; Italy ; Production system ; Specialization ; Technological innovation ; United States
  • The increasing export specialization of advanced industrial nations cannot be explained by comparative advantage, nor by the new trade theory based on economies of scale. It must be due to technological or « absolute » advantages on the part
  • of the specialized exporter. These advantages are product-based and renewed by learning. The export-oriented industries tend to be found in one or a few subnational regions. They are organized in « Technological districts ».
  • Cartographie thématique ; Colonisation ; Etat-nation ; Frontière ; Géographie politique ; Israël ; Légitimité ; Peuplement ; Propagande ; Territoire national ; Territoires occupés ; West Bank
  • Colonization ; Frontier ; Israel ; Nation-state ; National territory ; Political geography ; Settlement ; Territories ; Thematic mapping ; West Bank
  • [b2] Dept. of Science and Technology Studies, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, Etats-Unis
  • Geographical information system ; Geographical thought ; Information ; Poland ; Practice of geography ; Teaching of geography ; Technology ; Twentieth Century
  • geography and GIS and Technology (GISandT), it is argued here that this relationships is vital to the future of geography. The A. of this paper claims that GIS may offer a valuable theoretical background to geography seen as a science with a clear spatial
  • identity. Equally critical for geography and geographers, geographic information technologies have undergone rapid development recently, due to a number of activities on the national, European or global scales. The latter include the setting up of spatial
  • information infrastructure. Importantly, the technologies in question are being used more and more frequently by geographers in their everyday research work. The A. concludes that the relationship between geography and GISandT should be perceived
  • Between regions : science, militarism, and American geography from World War to Cold War
  • Region ; Regional geography ; Research and development ; Sciences ; Technology ; United States of America ; Years 1940-49
  • Années 1940 ; Complexe militaro-industriel ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie régionale ; Recherche-développement ; Région ; Sciences ; Technologie
  • Les AA. apportent un éclairage nouveau sur une période cruciale (décennies du milieu du 20e siècle) au cours de laquelle des nouvelles manières de comprendre et de représenter la géographie ont été formulées en divers lieux de l'Etat-nation. Une