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The New Spatial Order? Technology and Urban Development

2001 Annual Roundtable

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Published by Lincoln Inst of Land Policy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12088678M
    ISBN 101558441468
    ISBN 109781558441460

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H-Urban by Mark D. Bjelland, Department of Geography, Gustavus Adolphus College, Minnesota. " Globalizing cities, a new spatial order. is a welcome addition to a growing scholarly literature on the processes of globalization this volume is a substantial contribution to what is perhaps one of the most important issues confronting the future of cities.".

H-Urban by Mark D. Bjelland, Department of Geography, Gustavus Adolphus College, Minnesota. " Globalizing cities, a new spatial order. is a welcome addition to a growing scholarly literature on the processes of globalization this volume is a substantial contribution to what is perhaps one of the most important issues confronting the future of cities."5/5(2).

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Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Published. Cambridge, Mass.: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, c Physical Description. 48 p.: ill, ; 28 cm. Series. Annual roundtable. This textbook aims to develop a scientific knowledge base on spatial information technology to communicate the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) among students, researchers, professionals and laymen.

The book improves understanding of the spatial database and explains how to extract information from this for planning purposes. New geographical information technology supports data representation for urban and spatial planning.

This chapter has two main objectives: (i) to demonstrate that geographical information technology supports every stage of urban and spatial planning, and (ii) to argue that technologies are a means for the external representation of cities and by: 6.

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This publication draws on the most current research and studies of field practitioners who offer solutions and recommendations for further growth, specifically in urban and spatial developments. of spatial planning. This book will have a place on the shelves of researchers and students interested in urban/regional studies, politics and planning studies.

Contents: Preface 1. The New Spatial Planning: Territorial Management and Devolution 2. Rethinking Planning: State evolution and Spatial Strategies 3. Discover the best Urban Planning and Development in Best Sellers.

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This book explores an under-researched area, the impacts of globalization on cities and national urban hierarchies, especially but not solely in developing countries.

Most of the globalization-urban research has concentrated on the "global cities" (e.g. New York, London, Paris, Tokyo) that influence what happens in the rest of the world.

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Abstract. We are now firmly in a digital era and technologies are ever-present. Since the introduction of new digital technologies and ICTs, such as smart phones, the literature has presented some contrasting analyses of the socio-spatial practices and impacts that have resulted from the uptake of new technologies in urban public : Therese Kenna, Gabriela Maksymiuk.

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This paper examines comparatively the impact of information technology on urban spatial structure in the Chicago and Seoul metropolitan regions in an attempt to measure the potential influence of IT on urban form and by: 'This is an impressive grand sweeping book about the globalization and spatial mobility of people, capital, information and technology.

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