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URBAN EUROPE: A Search for Exceptional Cities


  • Karima Kourtit


  • Peter Nijkamp


  • Mark Partridge



SESSION TITLE: ‘THE NEW URBAN WORLD' in One-Day High Level Group Panel: ‘The Big Thinkers' & ‘The Big Five' in One-Day We invite you for a special High Level Group session annex panel. The main theme of this special high Level Group Panel will be focused on ‘Urban World' and ‘Innovation Challenges' in the areas of urban systems from a trans-disciplinary perspective. High Level Group Panel in one-day, which is a mix of invited well-known experts (‘The Big Thinkers', not RSAI Fellows members) and 5 RSAI Fellows members (‘The Big Five' image refers to five of Africa's greatest wild animals). Each panelist have to make a short presentation to motivate a discussion (to encourage people to think about themes in advance), thus people come prepared to offer something (see attached the proposal). We will close the High Level Group Panel with drinks (only for the (invited) participants). Organizers: Organized by Peter Nijkamp, Mark Partridge and Karima Kourtit

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  • Karima Kourtit & Peter Nijkamp & Mark Partridge, 2011. "URBAN EUROPE: A Search for Exceptional Cities," ERSA conference papers ersa11p492, European Regional Science Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:wiw:wiwrsa:ersa11p492

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