Michael Bentlage, Anne Wiese, Arno Brandt, Alain Thierstein and Frank Witlox
The spatial organization of industrial activities has undergone dramatic change in the past 50 years ( Dicken 2011 ). Globalization and the rise of information and communication technologies (ICT) have propelled the restructuring of value chains and knowledge networks ( Derudder/Witlox 2010 ; Brown/Derudder/Parnreiteretal. 2010 ). The maritime economy has been instrumental to economic change and the formation of the urban system in Germany by producing knowledge and innovations for centuries. Recently, structural change has propelled the
Stefan Lüthi, Alain Thierstein and Michael Bentlage
The process of internationalization and globalization of economy, politics and culture seems again to boil down to the question of whether ‘the world is flat’ (see Friedman 2005 ) or whether ‘the world is spiky’ (see Florida 2005 ). Friedman’s hypothesis builds on the levelling effect of information and communications technology (ICT), arguing that it is a series of ICT-related modes of organization of production and services that has enabled a workforce of millions of well qualified people to enter global competition. India and China
, and services intangible, experiences are memorable.“ Diese neuen Imperative finden ihren Niederschlag in „attention economies“ ( Davenport/Beck 2002 ), „experience economies“ ( Pine/Gilmore 1999 ) oder „economies of spectacle“ ( Krier/Swart 2016 ) und versuchen durch sogenannte einprägsame oder feldkonfigurierende Events Einfluss auf Unternehmen und/oder ganze Industrien zu nehmen ( Lampel/Meyer 2008 ).
Vor diesem Hintergrund wird im Folgenden versucht, die Standortstrategien dieser besonderen Form des temporären Gastronomiebetriebes, der Pop-up-Restaurants, am
1 Introduction: The Demise of The Dual Polity
According to Bulpitt (1983) in his seminal work “Territory and Power”, for much of the 20 th century the UK political system could be viewed as a ‘dual polity’. While central government dealt with the ‘high’ politics of foreign policy, defence and the economy, local government was responsible for the ‘low’ politics of local service delivery in areas such as schools, roads and refuse collection. A key feature of these arrangements was that, for the most part, central elites kept out of local administration and
Globalization has entailed a reorganization of spatial development processes on global, European, national and regional scales. Cities and metropolitan areas are increasingly connected to other places in the world in many different ways and through many different actors. The result is a multi-faceted city network of global reach that has a significant impact upon—and is in turn shaped by—the world economy, but is not entirely free from state-based direction. Against this backdrop, spatial development policies in the European Union but
The COP2 1 Paris Agreement recognises the role of cities and calls on local authorities to introduce policies to rapidly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and foster adaptation to climate change. According to Smart Cities and Communities - European Innovation Partnership ‘Cities are becoming more and more a focal point for our economies and societies at large, particularly because of on-going urbanization and the trend towards increasing knowledge-intensive economies as well as a growing share of resource consumption and emissions. To meet public
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The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI, formerly known as the MITI or Ministry of International Trade and Industry) launched its Industrial Cluster Plan for the resurgence of regional economies in 2001. According to the METI’s Industrial Cluster Plan Promotion Office (2004) , since the mid 1990s it had become difficult to continue the policy of factory relocation from three main metropolitan areas to provincial areas, because Japanese manufacturing companies have invested not at home but in China and the ASEAN countries
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