Connecting cities, revitalizing regions: the centrality of cities to regional development
|Title:||Connecting cities, revitalizing regions: the centrality of cities to regional development|
|Publication Date:||July 2018|
|Published In:||Regional Studies|
|Publisher||Taylor and Francis|
This editorial and accompanying themed issue reflect on the centrality of cities to regional development. Focusing on the role and function of cities in processes of innovation, production, distribution and consumption as both individual sites and networks of sites of production, the papers examine classic questions in economic geography about concentration, diffusion, and flows of labour and capital and the policy regimes that govern that movement. They also contribute empirically and theoretically to opening up broader conversations from a global perspective regarding how cities serve as nodes in global networks both anchoring and ultimately locating global and regional flows of capital and labour. Finally, they identify what is at stake in debates over cities and regional development.
|External Contributors:||John Harrison, Ernest Miguelez|