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Title Globalization and the world of large cities / edited by Fu-chen Lo and Yue-man Yeung
Imprint Tokyo ; New York : United Nations University Press, ©1998
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 Ethnology Library  HT330 G56 1998    AVAILABLE    30520020532488
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  307.76 G5108Lo 1998    AVAILABLE    30500101005596
Descript xvi, 530 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
1. Introduction / Fu-chen Lo and Yue-man Yeung -- Part 1: Regional surveys and selected world cities. 2. Globalization and the world cities / Peter Hall -- 3. World city regions in Europe: Structural change and future challenges / Klaus R. Kunzmann -- 4. World cities in North America: structural change and future challenges / Peter Gordon and Harry W. Richardson -- 5. The growth of Tokyo as a world city / Masahiko Honjo -- 6. Globalization and world city formation in Pacific Asia / Yue-man Yeung and Fu-chen Lo -- 7. Urban corridors in Pacific Asia / Sang-chuel Choe -- 8. World cities and the urban future: The view from Latin America / Alan Gilbert -- 9. Rio de Janeiro as a world city / Hamilton C. Tolosa -- 10. Islamic cities in the world system / Salah El-Shakhs and Ellen Shoshkes -- 11. Cairo as a world city: The impact of Cairo's orientation towards globalization / Mahmoud Yousry, Tarek Abu-Zekry, and Ahmed M. Yousry -- 12. Globalization trends and sub-Saharan African cities / Carole Rakodi -- 13. Johannesburg : Coming to grips with globalization from an abnormal base / Keith Beavon --
Part 2: Key issues about the urban future. 14. The impact of the new technologies and globalization on cities / Saskia Sassen -- 15. World cities as financial centres / David R. Meyer -- 16. Transport and telecommunications among world cities / Peter J. Rimmer -- 17. Globalization and rural-urban relations in the developing world / T.G. McGee -- 18. Feeding the world's cities / Hal Kane
The World's Urban Future is analysed through a number of critical themes which relate to globalization, such as urban corridors, Islamic cities, new technologies, transport and telecommunications, financial centres, and food issues. World cities are discussed not simply for the functions they perform in the global economy, but also to examine the processes by which they came to perform those functions
Subject Metropolitan areas
Urbanization
International economic relations
Alt Author Lo, Fu-chen
Yeung, Yue-man
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