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8 edition of Globalizing Taipei The Political Economy of Spatial Development found in the catalog.

Globalizing Taipei The Political Economy of Spatial Development

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPlanning History and the Environment Series
The Physical Object
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7492797M
ISBN 10041535451X
ISBN 109780415354516

Consequently it may be qualified in various ways: it may be directional, situational or relational, because it is essentially qualitative, fluid and dynamic. Google Scholar Ma, K. Dragon multinational: A new model for global growth. In this book, Susan Woodward explains what happened to Yugoslavia and what can be learned from the response of outsiders to its crisis. About Rakuten Cookie Settings OverDrive uses cookies and similar technologies to improve your experience, monitor our performance, and understand overall usage trends for OverDrive services including OverDrive websites and apps. Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.

Franzen Eds. These tendencies deflect the imagination which is given impetus by the new back upon the primal past. The Taipei Zoo was founded in and covers an area of hectares for animal sanctuary. In doing so, this study is firmly indebted to a transdisciplinary methodology: it moves back and forth between empirical histories of urban developments on the one hand, and textual analyses of fiction, poetry, and film on the other. International Social Science Journal, 56 3— In this vein, Moretti traces how the essentials of modern urban experience have been taken up into narrative form along less descriptive lines.

More services and features. The opening Kwok essay written with Jinn Yuh-Hsu provides a nice introduction to Taipei's urban primacy, the role of the developmental state and export-oriented industrialization in Taiwan's economic rise, and the South China Growth Triangle Taipei-Hong Kong-Shanghai. Editor Kwok introduces "globalization" and the idea of the "global city" in his introduction. It also comprises actual bodies, images, forms, footprints and memories. All contributors to this edited volume are Taiwan scholars presenting critical insiders' views.


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Postscript: Current Dilemma and Future Uncertainty. Chen Shui-Bian. Based on each author's specialization and research focus, each chapter provides an in-depth consideration of one of Taipei's developmental issues generated by globalization. Kwok Ed. Taipei metropolitan economic structure and spatial distribution changes while becoming a world city.

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Postcolonial studies has been absorbed by questions of migration and diaspora, but less so by internal migration and the striking urban and industrial transformations reshaping many postindependent states.

Globalizing Taipei looks at this "Asian Dragon", a major city in the South China Growth Triangle and a centre for transnational production, revealing how the development of this capital has received firm state support but is conditioned by international and domestic politics.

If I have used Lefebvre, Jameson, and Mandel to think about ways of reading imbrications of the social, architectural, and the global, I turn to Walter Benjamin to consider how moments of massive technical, industrial, and urban change are conceived and imagined as processes of modernity.

I use two short transitions to contextualize the literary and cinematic analyses of the book. Yet two years later, the country had ceased to exist, and devastating local wars were being waged to create new states. Mandel notes, for example, the shift in production of transistor devices, textiles, and watches for the U.

Meanwhile, technology and electronics companies are often colocated in the Neihu Technology Park or the Nankang Software Park.

The book is divided into four parts: economic and spatial restructuring, state and society realignment, social differentiation and cultural reorientation.

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Donald R. Davis. Department of Economics, Harvard University. This book provides an excellent and accessible analysis of an important new literature, the so-called New Economic Geography.

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Department of Economics, Harvard University. This book provides an excellent and accessible analysis of an important new literature, the so-called New Economic Geography.