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  • The spatial impact of organizational changes in industrial companies in Geographical essays in Hungary.
  • Van handelingsverband naar organisate, de verschuiving van een kernconcept Organizational approaches. Critical shifts in a central concept
  • Attraction ; Collectivité locale ; Comportement spatial ; Dynamique spatiale ; Géographie humaine ; Organisation ; Organisation de l'espace ; Organisme ; Structure spatiale ; Système spatial
  • The A. points out the problem of the mutual relations between the spatial behaviour of individual organizations and the existing spatial arrangement on the level of the region. The spatial structural and dynamic aspects of the functioning of public
  • Technological and organizational change in automobile production : spatial implications
  • Etude de la concurrence dans cette branche, en liaison avec l'adoption de techniques d'automation flexibles au niveau de la production. Le débat porte sur l'éventualité d'une reconcentration spatiale qui résulterait de ces tendances et serait
  • Virtual departments, power, and location in different organizational settings
  • Canada ; Communication ; Entreprise ; Espace électronique ; Etats-Unis ; Flux d'information ; Information ; Localisation ; Organisation ; Réseau ; Structure spatiale
  • Canada ; Communication ; Enterprise ; Information ; Information flow ; Location ; Network ; Organization ; Spatial structure ; United States of America
  • department breaks down or reinforces vertical chains and levels of command spanning many locations within an organizational hierarchy. Reeingineering processes reinforce older hierarchical and spatial structures. They reproduce hierarchical human relations
  • Linkage change and organizational growth: the West Midlands iron foundry industry
  • (1968-1978) ; Analyse spatiale ; Conurbation ; Echanges inter-industriels ; England ; Entreprise ; Espace industriel ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Industrie ; Métallurgie ; Royaume-Uni ; Réseau industriel ; Structure industrielle ; Système de liaison
  • Etude des dynamiques des systèmes de liaison spatiale entre entreprises métallurgiques dans la conurbation des West-Midlands entre 1968 et 1976. Après délimitation de ce système, l'A. mesure le degré d'implication des entreprises dans cet
  • The protection of nature in the USSR: scientific and organizational principles
  • Organizational growth, spatial interaction and location decision-making
  • Croissance ; Décision ; England ; Entreprise ; Espace ; Fonderie ; Géographie humaine ; Interaction spatiale ; Localisation industrielle ; Organisation ; Royaume-Uni ; Seuil de développement ; West Midlands
  • Les liens industriels sont considérés comme définissant le contexte spatial de l'activité d'une entreprise, et de ses décisions d'investissement. A partir de l'étude d'une fonderie des West Midlands, ce contexte spatial est divisé en espace d'action
  • (liens matériels), espace d'information (prix d'information) et espace de décision. Le contexte spatial s'étend avec la croissance de l'organisation, en passant par différents seuils de développement. Ainsi les décisions d'investissement sont-elles
  • incluses dans un cadre spatial dynamique de comportement.
  • Keeping the high-tech region open and dynamic : the organizational networks of Taiwan's integrated circuit industry
  • The paper aims to bridge the literatures of industrial districts and organizational networks by studying the development of organizational relationships in Taiwan's integrated circuit industry. Firms are highly concentrated in the Hsinchu Science
  • -based Industrial Park. Along with the creation and maintenance of global competitiveness in this industry, the means of developing organizational relationships and geographical linkages are examined in this paper.
  • New insights into the internationalization of producer services : organizational strategies and spatial economies for global headhunting firms
  • Economie spatiale ; Entreprise ; Expertise ; Internationalisation ; Marché mondial ; Organisation ; Service ; Services aux entreprises ; Stratégie d'acteurs
  • Decision making process ; Enterprise ; Expertise ; Internationalization ; Organization ; Producer services ; Service ; Spatial economy ; World market
  • L'exemple des entreprises de chasseurs de têtes doit permettre une meilleure compréhension de la nature complexe de l'internationalisation et des économies spatiales des services à la production dans l'économie mondiale. De nouveaux marchés
  • Spatial clustering and organizational dynamics of transborder production networks : a case study of Taiwanese information-technology companies in the Greater Suzhou Area, China
  • Chaîne de marchandises ; Chine ; Comportement spatial ; Entreprise ; Espace industriel ; Industrie ; Jiangsu ; Organisation ; Stratégie d'entreprise ; Suzhou ; Taïwanais ; Technologie
  • China ; Enterprise ; Firm strategy ; Industrial space ; Industry ; Jiangsu ; Organization ; Spatial behaviour ; Technology
  • DIFFUSION, ORGANIZATIONAL SPATIAL STRUCTURE, AND CITY-SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
  • Organizational challenges and strategic responses of retail TNCs in Post-WTO-Entry China
  • China ; Decision making process ; Firm ; Food trade ; Organization ; Retail trade ; Spatial embeddedness ; Transnational corporation ; WTO
  • The changing organizational structure of regional economies and the role of transnational corporations: some research issues in Geographical agenda for a changing world.
  • Les AA. essaient de montrer comment, par des impacts directs et indirects, les entreprises multinationales ont une importance de plus en plus grande sur la structure spatiale des activités économiques, à toutes les échelles: possibilités de
  • Globalizing retail and the new e-economy : the organizational challenge of e-commerce for the retail TNCs
  • Economic environment ; Electronic commerce ; Enterprise ; Internet ; Knowledge ; Management ; Market ; Marketing channel ; Organization ; Retail trade ; Spatial embeddedness
  • Material culture: embedded firms, organizational networks and the local economic development of a fashion quarter
  • Géographie économique et culturelle d'une aire localisée: l'A. se demande comment des réseaux spatiaux d'entreprises peuvent présenter les signes d'une compétitivité accrue. Evolution et dynamique du quartier de la mode (marché de la dentelle) à
  • Organizational restructuring and ownership transformation in Poland's inland shipping companies after 1990
  • [b1] Inst. of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Pologne
  • What makes companies green ? Organizational and geographical factors in the adoption of environmental practices
  • facteurs d'organisation : les ressources organisationnelles, la capacité d'innovation organisationnelle et la performance des systèmes de contrôle. Ils explorent aussi le jeu entre les facteurs d'organisation et les facteurs spatiaux ou géographiques dans
  • Organizational interests and inter-organisational behaviour in town planning
  • Organizational expansion and limits in international services for refugees
  • Organizational decline, extended work life and implications for faculty planning
  • Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The forty years of activity 1953-1993
  • in composition of the Council commissions, organizational structure and staff. Exposed are issues related to research themes and scientific achievments. A list of publications of the Institute is presented and development of Central Geographical Library
  • Concept ; Géomorphodynamique ; Géomorphologie ; Modèle ; Philosophie ; Temps ; Variation spatiale
  • Concept ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphology ; Model ; Philosophy ; Spatial variation ; Time
  • of question in a new way: one which gives priority to organizational/compositional relationships rather than to detailed process studies, within the revived context of space-time dynamics. Such a framework suggests a return to conceptual, qualitative methods
  • Coopération transnationale pour le développement spatial. Cinq programmes en route. Etudes comparées
  • to these areas and their characteristics, it reveals differences in spite of similar organizational structures which influence transnational cooperation, and gives the focus in project decisions and project implementation. - (IFL)
  • Managing organizational and geographical complexity : the ‘positionality’ of advanced producer services in the globalizing economies of metropolitan regions
  • Les AA. analysent les dimensions spatiales de la fourniture de services aux entreprises automobiles situées dans le port de Gand en Belgique. Ils étudient tout d’abord les différents types de services proposés et leur degré d’influence sur les
  • activités de management et de fonctionnement des entreprises. Ensuite, ils évaluent leur impact sur le processus de prise de décision et la distribution spatiale de la création de valeur. Ils terminent par décrire et expliquer les configurations spatiales
  • des liens transactionnels entre les villes de services et les villes décisionnaires. Ils concluent que les liens transactionnels sont complexes et que la géographie des services ne peut pas se résoudre à une simple proximité spatiale ou à des
  • Practising the diffusion of organizational routines
  • , in relation to a knowing in practice perspective. Within a relational approach, the authors propose taking a practice-based perspective to the diffusion of organizational routines, with (i) knowing, (ii) collaborations, and (iii) policy relevance being
  • Organizational and spatial determinants of the multi-unit firm : evidence from French industry
  • caractéristiques internes (les économies d’échelle, la recherche-développement et le niveau de qualification) dans le choix des dirigeants d’opter pour cette structure. Ils concluent par le rôle de la multi-localisation et l’impact du profil spatial des entreprises
  • Organizational complexity in the regional cultural economy
  • Artiste ; California ; Distribution spatiale ; Economie culturelle ; Economie régionale ; Emploi ; Emploi industriel ; Etats-Unis ; Industrie créative ; Los Angeles ; Organisation industrielle ; San Francisco ; Structure de l'entreprise
  • California ; Creative industry ; Cultural economy ; Employment ; Industrial employment ; Industrial organization ; Los Angeles ; Regional economy ; San Francisco ; Spatial distribution ; Structure of the firm ; United States of America
  • In pursuit of deconcentration : the evolution of the Dutch urban system from an organizational perspective
  • Role of inter-organizational networks and interpersonal networks in an industrial district
  • Organizational resilience: Preparing and overcoming crisis
  • Organizational characteristics of plants in core and peripheral regions of Austria
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autriche ; Centre-périphérie ; Contrôle externe ; Disparités régionales ; Division du travail ; Développement régional ; Economie régionale ; Entreprise multi régionale ; Entreprise à succursales multiples ; Etablissement
  • The energy hot potato and governance of value chains : power, risk, and organizational adjustment in intermediate manufacturing firms
  • Les coûts de l'énergie deviennent une menace croissante pour la survie à long terme des entreprises en raison de leur nature volatile. La différenciation spatiale des prix de l'énergie dépend à la fois des marchés internationaux, des politiques
  • are discussed, taking into account corporate organisation and segmentation of regional economics. Some of the themes discussed are: Regional policy and corporate organizational forms (P. F. Dostal), Research methods and regional policy (E. Wever and S. Grit
  • ), Corporate growth, foreign investment and locational choice (M. Schroder, M. de Smidt, W. Staring), Location decisions and spatial cognition (P. H. Pellenbarg and W. J. Meester)| the agribusiness Complex in its spatial context (J. Maas and G. Cardol
  • . Offices in three zones (urban core, ring or subcentres, residential areas) are analyzed for aspects of functional structure, such as industrial category, organizational position, type and orientation of activities, and labour profile. Face-to-face contacts
  • have been differentiated by degree of involvement of the organization as well as that of employees, functional and spatial contact-fields. The range of locational tolerance for offices on the urban level is broader than hypothesized, the influence
  • The aim of the paper is to examine the changing spatial pattern of manufacturing industry in the Aire Métropolitaine Marseillaise. The Fos Development Scheme has promoted a westward shift of the industrial centre of gravity, and the structure
  • and the organizational structure of the firm) are given special emphasis and the resultant patterns of manufacturing industry in the region are discussed.
  • Agricultural productivity in Uganda: a social organizational perspective
  • New directions of hope: recent innovations interconnecting organizational, industrial, community and personal development. (John Madge Memorial lecture, November 3rd 1978)
  • Die industrielle Flächenplanung im technologisch-organisatorischen Prozess der Industrieentwicklung. (Industrial floorspace planning in the technological-organizational process of the industrial development)
  • Organizational needs for hydrological applications of satellite remote sensing in developing countries
  • Organizational dynamics of the U.S. logistics industry : an economic geography perspective
  • Akademik A.A. Grigov'ev - teoretik i organizator geografičeskoj nauki (1883-1968)
  • La pesca siciliana. Strutture organizzative e problemi mediterranei
  • This article seeks to reconstruct the organizational and ownership change that has affected rail-transport enterprises in Poland since 2000. It augments a first part (appearing in Przegląd Geograficzny 2010, 82:4 and dealing with organizational
  • Race as a scientific and organizational construct : a critique
  • Activity-specificity in organizational learning : implications for analysing the role of proximity
  • Uneven geographies of organizational practices : explaining the cross-national transsfer and diffusion of ISO 9000
  • Organizational learning in clusters : a case study on material and immaterial dimensions of cooperation
  • A study of the organizational changes brought about in Northern Kaduna in northern Nigeria as a result of commercial exchange of food crops. Farmers participate in distribution and determination of price, and benefit materially thereby. (EMS).
  • for their balance of payment. The organizational ability, efficiency, imagination and creativity of travel agencies do the rest of the job! (l'A.).
  • A descriptive and predictive study of the historical, environmental, cultural, and organizational geography of Wyoming. Well endowed with natural resources, Wyoming includes landscapes of both the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. (DOH).
  • This paper includes the following chapters : 1. Agrarian Communism. 2. The Rise of Agrarian Socialism. 3. Agrarian Socialism Enforced upon the Peasantry. 4. The Beginning Decline of Agrarian Socialism as an Attrative Organizational Model.
  • Through an in-depth case study of Shenzhen, this article analyzes how urban GIS has been transformed from a practice involving internal organizational workflow automation, into a more active dimension of the governance of urban spaces-reflected
  • with the broader transformations of China’s urban governance. It concludes that these developments have been largely government-centric rather than citizencentric, yet they provide possibilities for new forms of spatial knowledge production for citizen
  • Organizational theory and industrial location
  • The regional pattern of industrial R and D in Austria : sectoral, organizational and locational determinants in Hommage à Philippe Aydalot.
  • Land use conflicts. Organizational design and resource management.
  • The geography of organizational control : Austria, 1973-1981
  • Towards a data-based evaluation of the Japanese technopolis policy : the effect of new technological and organizational infrastructure on urban and regional development
  • Background, conceptual structure and organizational-administrative establishing of a sustainable development strategy for coral islands. The example of the Maldivian archipelago (Indian Ocean)
  • Locational and organizational determinants of R and D employment in high technology firms
  • Enforcement styles, organizational commitment, and enforcement effectiveness : an empirical study of local environmental protection officials in urban China
  • Forging a new organizational infrastructure for Los Angeles' progressive community
  • The Indonesian consumer market for clothing : institutions, firms and organizational behaviours
  • The paper views the emerging knowledge based economy as an important future research topic for economic geography. The growing importance of service and organizational innovations in innovation systems of advanced economies is combined with wider
  • diversity of knowledge requirements, which include not only technological know-how but also the integration of economic, organizational and sociocultural knowledge and competences. The aim of the paper is to indicate the complexity of these processes
  • The paper argues that organizational learning does not necessarily lead to a process of upgrading when the market is restricted and no sufficient barriers to protect this knowledge are possible. The article deals with global value chains
  • This study is analysing self-help institutions in developing countries as primary groups focussing on their external/economic and internal/organizational autonomy. Preconditions for successful interaction of self-help and external assistance by self
  • The conceptual, methodological and practical results achieved in landscape studies by author are summed up along with the presentation of his related organizational-managemental and conceptional activities. The Hungarian text is the complete one
  • : organizational, agricultural, demographic and environmental. (TNC).
  • Significant reserves are still hidden in the cooperation between enterprises both agricultural and non-agricultural as well as in organizational, labour and management relations changes within the enterprises. Utilizing them more flexible solutions
  • The main trends in the transformation of the regional allocation of chemical industry and its reasons are outlined. The second part presents some problems arising from location of socialist enterprises. The directional-organizational
  • Lecturing activity was central to the ambitions of thre Chartist movement for universal suffrage in early Victorian Britain because it was emblematic of Chartist political aims. The article describes the organizational geography of the Chartist
  • contacts between people belonging to different organizational complexes were almost excluded. The phenomenon « verzuiling » is reviewed in an international context. - (AGD)
  • the current legislative, infrastructural and organizational undertakings aiming at creating a competitive and modern railway transport system on a pan-continental scale, as well as gives an example of good practices in this field.
  • The concept of urban resilience has taken a leading edge by incorporating the multiscalar interactions within an urban system, revealing the short- and long-term impacts, spatial dependencies, and inequalities. The issue now is to enable local
  • capacity for continuous operation in case of disturbance. Then workshops raise manager awareness of their interdependencies and feed the discussion toward technical and organizational solutions in an integrated approach. This macroscopic analysis
  • is then completed by a territorial assessment of urban service resilience. In doing so, the spatial and temporal dimensions emphasize gaps but also margins of manoeuver in managing resilient urban services. Our results show that manager strategies can be focused
  • wide variety of form and methods for the organizational and economic stimulation of region development. The author aim is presented the Ukrainian policy and strategy to integration into EU. - (BJ)
  • of Authorities’ staff, financial matters, responsibility for the Natura 2000 sites conservation, threats to natural values, organizational and legal obstacles encountered by the Authorities, cooperation with different social groups and volunteers. - (BJ)
  • Losses of reserves are in a way dependent on the technological and organizational utilization of a deposit. By tests on models it was found out, that an exact economic evaluation of the losses of reserves calls for a comprehensive and long-term
  • The Békéscsaba and Vicinity Agrarian-Industrial Association (BAGE) is a special organizational framework which has been created for the integrational process of Mid-Békés agriculture. It has already managed to create inner and outer integrational
  • The article is closely associated with the CMEA topic Social, economic, organizational, legal and pedagogic aspects of environmental protection. A complex and interdisciplinary approach is needed to disclose interrelationships of society and nature
  • Location relative to S.E. Asia, rich heat and moisture resources, and sound organizational framework of human resources are the bases for comprehensive agricultural development. The growth of production in the past thirty years is reviewed
  • based on the formation of multiple strategic capabilities. This is however, under the influence of the organizational heritage of the company, the operating context of the supply chain and requires a geographical reconfiguration of the supply chain
  • involvement in barter trade, and its control of the organizational structure and remaining monopolies. A discussion of implications embraces issues relating to the inefficiencies of state trading and Russia's designation as a nonmarket economy by the United
  • Arising from empirical research into the transnational operations of Hong Kong-based firms in Southeast Asia, the paper is concerned with the organizational processes of transnationalization. A network perspective specifies that three dimensions
  • This paper emphasizes that this concept has to be seen as an organizational philosophy which requires changes in attitude within firms and systems of firms. The concept is leading to greater operational linkages between sectors and these require
  • The paper explores the extent to which it is possible to describe and measure a local dimension to party organization. It presents data on nine organizational variables collected from a national survey of the national parties'local organizations
  • to other contexts. For answers they study the organizational history of indigenous water-users associations in the northern highlands of Ecuador (Cayambe region). Those successful associations have been overlaid upon traditional social networks based
  • The report presents an outline of health resorts history, their distribution on the area of Poland, legal and organizational regulations, actual state of research on climate and bioclimate and the list of published works. The list includes over 400
  • 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 need for a less occidental approach to understanding organizational-geographical change is increasingly accepted. The AA. use the Japanese general trading company as an example. They show how their city-based, international networks evolved over
  • 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
  • spatial data infrastructure
  • tool but a real object of research for environmental sciences. From a processing chain to extract and analyze the spatial coverage and organizational origin of the data of these geoportals, we outline the heuristic potential but also the methodological
  • Spatial data as an indicator of the state of environmental knowledge ? Analysis and comparison of Brazilian and French national Spatial Data Infrastructures. The use of spatial (in broader terms, "cartographic") representations has become one
  • of the main forms used for the production, dissemination and exchange of environmental knowledge. Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI), that emerge since 1990, aim to facilitate spatial data sharing, management and access from institutional GIS. The aim
  • Les représentations spatiales (cartographiques au sens large) constituent actuellement une des principales formes de production, de diffusion et d'échange des connaissances environnementales. Depuis la fin des années 90, le développement
  • objet de recherche pour les sciences de l'environnement. A partir d'une chaîne de traitement permettant d'extraire puis d'analyser la couverture spatiale et l'origine organisationnelle du contenu de ces géoportails, nous esquissons alors le potentiel
  • and local levels. The current state of the Ukrainian-Polish cross-border cooperation shows that both in Poland and Ukraine there is a need for assuming the complex political, economical, technical, organizational and ecological measures, which have
  • This paper presents the organization and legal regulation of urban transport in Poland in the period 1945-1989. Its nature at the turn of the century is also presented, as are contemporary legal regulations and organizational solutions where
  • of migrants in England and Wales who moved jobs and homes at the same time and stayed with the same employer. These intra-organizational migrants were of two types: (1) those who requested the move and (2) those who were asked to move by their employers
  • broken up by socio-economic changes, both at home and in the factory, and the economic power and organizational base of the labour movement was weakened. This chapter analyses the relationship between changing political geographies and industrial
  • In the early 1990s, the Conservative Party is facing growing difficulties in maintaining healthy grassroots organizations. Local organizational problems coincide with concern over the health of party finance. Local associations play an important
  • of agricultural production, while economic durability and organizational patterns are not yet ultimately decided. At present the process of polarization of the farm structure is in progress : on the one hand the formation of small farms continues, on the other
  • , it concludes that organizational issues may be key to sucess of urban restructuring processes. Because collaborations, or partnerships, are seen as necessary to reach goals within the process of urban restructuring, the process of working together has
  • This article examines the financialization of a the University of Amsterdam. From 1995 onwards, a shift in real estate management—devolving responsibilities from the Dutch state to universities, triggering changes in organizational culture
  • to describe a systematic organizational approach in framing landslide impacts in order to more reliably describe and integrate analysis and mitigation measures.
  • addressed in the anbalysis are drawn from the industrial sociology and business strategy literature and include organizational structure, age, dynamic of client and geographic markets, and changes in services supplied.