Networks, Governance and Economic Development: Bridging Disciplinary Frontiers

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Mari Joes Aranguren Querejeta, Cristina Iturrioz Landart, James Wilson
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 de jan de 2008 - 288 páginas
This innovative volume explores the role of networks and variation in their forms of governance in delivering successful local and regional economic development. Written by experts from different disciplines, it offers a judicious mix of general theoretic
 

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an introduction
1
PART I Perspectives on networking governance and economic development
19
a general approach in order to understandand deal with globalization
21
towards a new model of development facing globalization
30
4 The scales of innovation spaces
40
from rational choice to selforganizing
57
a basis for analysis and policy
78
PART II Networking governance and economic development in practice
99
a review and prospects forevaluation
129
9 The governance of networks in the Shannon Region of Ireland
152
an analysis of waterservices in SubSaharan African cities
174
progressive reactions to international competitive challenges
190
a story from the front
209
reflections on the impacts of different governance processes
226
Index
259
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7 Does cluster policy really enhance networking and increase competitiveness?
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