Towards Global Localization

Towards Global Localization

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This volume redefines the genre of sector studies. The first part of the book compares the experiences of Britain and France in the very voltaile world of high-tech industries during the 1980s. The macroeconomic regulation approach is carried over a microeconomic level in the empirical chapters through an analysis of studies of firms, each chapter written by authors well-placed to give a pan-European perspective.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 239 pages
  • 162 x 242 x 21mm | 491.99g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138857831
  • 9781138857834

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'(The authors) research a contemporary complex of themes with admirable theoretical and empirical depth and make a valubale contribution to industrial geography.' Erdkunde 'Essential reading for social scientists concerned for how high-tech industry is leading our world towards ever-increasing globalization.' Environment and Planningshow more

Table of contents

1. Computing and Communications in the UK and France: Innovation, Regulation and Spatial Dynamics - An Introduction Philip Cooke 2. High Technology and Flexibility Olivier Weinstein 3. Accumulation and Organization in Computing and Communications Industries: A Regulationist Approach Frank Moulaert & Erik Swyngedouw 4. Globalization and Its Management in Computing and Communications Philip Cooke and Peter Wells 5. The Regional Patterns of Computing and Communications Industries in the UK and France Erik Swyngedouw, Martine Lemattre, Peter Wells 6. The Computer Hardware Industry in the 1980s: Technological Change, Competition and Structural Change Peter Wells & Philip Cooke 7. The Telecommunications Equipment Industry: The Great Transformation Olivier Weinstein 8. Services: The Bridge Between Computing and Communications Frank Moulaert 9. Global Localization in Computing and Communications: Conclusions Philip Cookeshow more