Bridging Disciplinary Frontiers
Edited by Mari Jose Aranguren Querejeta, Cristina Iturrioz Landart and James R. Wilson
This compact and authoritative book brings together the topical themes of networks and governance to advance understanding of the determinants of local economic development in the context of increasingly global relationships.
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- Networks, Governance and Economic Development Bridging Disciplinary Frontiers
- List of figures
- List of tables
- List of contributors
- Chapter 1: Networks, Governance and Economic Development: An Introduction
- Chapter 2: The Territorial Economy: A General Approach in Order to Understand and Deal with Globalization
- Chapter 3: Territorial Dynamics: Towards a New Model of Development Facing Globalization
- Chapter 4: The Scales of Innovation Spaces
- Chapter 5: Regional Development as Entrepreneurial Networking: From Rational Choice to Self-Organizing
- Chapter 6: Multinational Networks of Local Production Systems: A Basis for Analysis and Policy
- Chapter 7: Does Cluster Policy Really Enhance Networking and Increase Competitiveness?
- Chapter 8: Policy on Business Networking in Ireland: A Review and Prospects for Evaluation
- Chapter 9: The Governance of Networks in the Shannon Region of Ireland
- Chapter 10: Water Governance and Urban Local Development: An Analysis of Water Services in Sub-Saharan African Cities
- Chapter 11: The Governance of Clusters: Progressive Reactions to International Competitive Challenges
- Chapter 12: The Dialectics of Network Governance: A Story from the Front
- Chapter 13: International Networking in Research and Learning: Reflections on the Impacts of Different Governance Processes
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