Ouverture de 'Global Cities and Knowledge Management - 2'
World cities are boosted by Nation-States to encourage and control the innovation processes, developing specific attractiveness factors for companies focused on knowledge production. The role of world cities as a knowledge hub is linked to the one of knowledge production-city, since in global cities there are high-knowledge producers, consumers and workers. It is possible to identify three models of global urban development, each one differing from the other for the degree of knowledge production and intangible consumption attracted and promoted within the city: the model of no-knowledge production; the model of low-knowledge production and the model of high-knowledge production.
Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 Global Cities and Knowledge Management - 2 ()
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