lecture 24

lecture 24 - Source: Taylor et al. (2002) 3 5 THE GaWC...

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1 1 LECTURE 24 – THE WORLD OF THE CITY OUTLINE { Introduction: new spatial configurations { Different approaches to the study of cities under conditions of contemporary globalization: z Development of ‘world city hypothesis’ z Inventory of world cities according to GaWC z GaWC Pan-regions? 2 WORLD CITIES ACCORDING TO GaWC (4)* Source: Beaverstock et al. (1999)
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2 3 WORLD CITIES ACCORDING TO GaWC (5)* Source: Beaverstock et al. (1999) 4 VECTORS SHOWING PRIMARY LINKS BETWEEN ALPHA WORLD CITIES*
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Unformatted text preview: Source: Taylor et al. (2002) 3 5 THE GaWC INDEX OF LONDON RELATIONS* Source: Taylor et al. (2002) 6 WORLD CITY NETWORK: CHANGES IN RANKS AMONG TOP 20 CITIES* Source: Taylor (2007) 4 7 WORLD CITIES ACCORDING TO GaWC (5) Source: Taylor et al. (2001); analysis based on cities mentioned in advertisements in The Economist Cities as nodes in a global economy* 8 GaWC PAN-REGIONS: REGIONAL WORLD CITIES* Source: Taylor et al. (2002)...
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