New PDF release: New Urban Management: Attracting Value Flows to Branded Hubs

By A. Anttiroiko

ISBN-10: 1137532645

ISBN-13: 9781137532640

ISBN-10: 1349709425

ISBN-13: 9781349709427

New city administration discusses how the good judgment of monetary flows poses a problem to neighborhood governments through the global. The e-book argues that the elevated fluidity in fiscal lifestyles should have its mirrored image in neighborhood fiscal improvement coverage.

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Castells (1989) started to conceptualise the political economy of global flows with new concepts, one of the most widely discussed of them being the ‘space of flows’. Similar kinds of analyses of flows, connectedness, mobilities, virtualities and their connection with urban development started to penetrate academic literature in the following decades (Taylor, 2000; Urry, 2000; Sassen, 2001; Amin & Thrift, 2002). Castells’ (1996) idea of space of flows was heuristically interesting even though it lacked deeper analytical value from the point of view of flow analysis.

1 Most popular countries for immigration – illustration globalisation benefits us all (cf. Massey, 2005; Logan & Molotch, 1987). g. Maddison, 2001). It is apparent in how most destination countries favour entry of the highly skilled people or ‘talent’ but restrict entry of lower-skilled workers, asylum seekers and refugees (Castles, 2013). In such a setting, ‘migration’ starts to look like a problem rather than an opportunity (Castles, 2010). Just as public policy and market forces started to intensify their revanchist actions against minorities, working class, the poor and homeless people in the post-war post-industrial cities (Smith, 1996), the same regimes are compelled to deal with the unwanted development of local-global dialectic both internally and relationally.

2014; Ghemawat & Altman, 2014). Lastly, it is also rather challenging to draw policy implications from even sufficiently well described intercity or interregional flows of urban-regional economy. Local economic development in context Promoting and sustaining economic development is one of the primary functions of local governments. Its history is as long as the history of cities. Yet never in the earlier historical times has globalisation affected the local economic policy as profoundly as it does today.

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