Network Developments in Economic Spatial Systems: New Perspectives

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Economists, statisticians, geographers, town and regional planners, public policy specialists, and others offer 15 contributions discussing network developments in a variety of different fields and disciplines. New developments discussed include the relationship of future European transport systems to sustainable spatial development and self-organizing urban economies. Some of the theoretical analyses discussed focus on proximity and circulation in production networks and offer hypotheses about a general networks morphogenesis process. Empirical analyses address the measurement of inequality in hospital network access and telecommunication usage. Case studies address a railway container terminal in Norway, the Dutch Railway System, and telecommunications in Tuscany, Italy. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781840148275
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 12/1/1999
  • Pages: 324
  • Product dimensions: 6.26 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.89 (d)

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Preface
Pt. A Conceptual Frameworks: New Developments
1 Information Needs for an Effective Economic Analysis of Networks and Economic Development 3
2 Future European Transport Systems and Sustainable Spatial Development 21
3 Self-Organizing Urban Economies 41
Pt. B Theoretical Analyses of Networks
4 Imbalances on Return Markets in Transport Networks: A Note on Price Setting 61
5 Accommodation and Preemption in Network Evolution 77
6 Proximity and Circulation in Production Networks 89
7 Barriers to Communication in Developing Knowledge Capacity in Urban Systems 115
8 Some Hypotheses about a General Networks Morphogenesis Process 131
Pt. C Infrastructure Networks: Some Case Studies in Europe
9 Relocation of a Railway Container Terminal in an Urban Setting Emphasizing Logistics and Transport 147
10 The Dutch Railway System: What is Wrong with it and Why: Infrastructure Networks from the Systems Perspective 171
11 Telecommunication and Territorial Innovation: The Experience of the Metropolitan Area Network and High Technology Network in Tuscany 193
Pt. D Empirical Analyses of Networks
12 The Measurement of Inequality in the Access to Hospital Networks 217
13 The TransEuropean Air Transport Network: An Analysis of the Quality of Services and Spatial Performances 241
14 Telecommunication Usage and Socioeconomic Environment: Theoretical and Empirical Issues from the Italian Case 269
15 Neurocomputing and Spatial Interaction Models for the Analysis of European Freight Transport Flows 287
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