1 edition of New economic spaces in Asian cities found in the catalog.
New economic spaces in Asian cities
P. W. Daniels
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Peter W. Daniels, Kong Chong Ho, and Thomas A. Hutton|
|Contributions||Ho, Kong-Chong, 1955-, Hutton, T. A. (Thomas A.)|
|LC Classifications||HC415.D5 D36 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415567732, 9780203860151|
|LC Control Number||2011038657|
The New Asian City provides an innovative approach to how we might better understand the gleaming metropolises of the Pacific Rim. In doing so, it demonstrates how reading cultural production in conjunction with built environments can enrich our knowledge of the lived consequences of rapid economic and urban : Jini Kim Watson. The individual chapters illustrate that "global" spaces are more (trans)local, traditional environments are more modern, and Asian spaces are better defined than acknowledged. The aim is to develop room for understandings of Asian cities from Asian standpoints, especially acknowledging how Asians observe, interpret, understand, and create space.
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New Economic Spaces in Asian Cities: From Industrial Restructuring to the Cultural Turn (Routledge Studies in Human Geography). New Economic Spaces in Asian Cites animates this New Economy discourse by means of vibrant storylines of instructive cities and sites, including cases studies situated in cities such as Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Singapore.
Theoretical and normative issues associated with the emergence of the new cultural economy are the Brand: Taylor And Francis. New Economic Spaces in Asian Cities offers a vivid contribution to our understanding of the ongoing transformation of Asia’s urban system, including the critical intersections of global and local-regional dynamics in processes of new industry formation and the relayering of space in the Asian 5/5(1).
I Situating the cultural turn in the Asian city Changing landscapes of services and restructuring in Asian cities / Peter W. Daniels The cultural turn and urban development in Asia / Thomas A. Hutton The cultural economy and the re-layering of space in the city / K. Ho --pt. II The new cultural economy and the reconstruction of.
New economic spaces in Asian cities. London ; New York: Routledge, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: P W Daniels; Kong-Chong Ho; T A Hutton. festivals in Asian cities / Ann Vogel; and creativity: new economic spaces in Kyoto / Kazuko Goto; diversity of innovation patterns in new industries: the case of "Cool Japan" / Cornelia Storz; economic space, policies, and social actors: the development of Kangnam area from urban fringe to the centre of new economy.
New economic space, New economic spaces in Asian cities book, and social actors: the development of Kangnam area from urban fringe to the center of new economy and relational governance (book chapter in New economic spaces in Asian cities: from industrial restructuring and cultural.
The New Asian City is a joyful read that lucidly presents the twists and turns of the colonial and postcolonial urban transformation experienced by the metropolises of Asian tiger economies. The innovative use of textual representations provides and exemplary attempt at transdisciplinary scholarship, and for social scientists excavates a new arena of academic enquiry on historical trajectories.
3 The cultural turn and urban development in Asia 31 THOMAS A. HUTTON 4 The cultural economy and the re-layering of space in the city 51 K. HO PART II The new cultural economy and the reconstruction of space in Asian cities 65 5 Film festivals in Asian cities 67 ANN VOGEL 6 Craft and creativity: new economic spaces in Kyoto 87 KAZUKO GOTO.
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By tracing the genealogies of cities, it gives a useful insight into the historical conditioning that determines how cities negotiate new changes and influences.
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Seismic changes are underway in the global cities economic order Chinese cities will be at the heart of a radical shift in the urban centre of economic gravity by Eight European cities will drop out of the global top 50 cities by GDP bywhile nine new Chinese cities will join that group, taking the Chinese total to This total of.
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HONG KONG — Rents higher than New York, London or San Francisco for apartments half the size. Nearly one in five people living in poverty. A minimum wage of $ an hour.This leaves Tokyo, also ranked among Asia's major economic powerhouses that combine travel convenience, standard of living and economic heft in contending to be Asia's new financial hub.