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Globalization of the Chinese city: A comparative study on the prospects of a global city in China
AuthorDouglas,Jake Brandon
ClassificationM.A.(China) 2012 D
PublisherThe University of Hong Kong, Dept. of Geography
Publication Year2012
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hong Kong, 2012. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 58-60). Dissertation 2012. M.A. in China Development Studies (MAChDS)
The globalization of port business: An Asian perspective
AuthorOlivier, Daniel
ClassificationPh.D. 2006 O46
PublisherThe University of Hong Kong, Dept. of Geography
Publication Year2006
Thesis (Ph.D.)University of Hong Kong, 2006. Includes bibliographical. Dissertation
Introduction to economic geography : globalization, uneven development and place
AuthorMacKinnon, Danny.Cumbers, Andrew.
Classification330.9 M15 2011
PublisherPearson Education Limited
Publication Year2011
Includes bibliographical references (p. 306-324) and index.
Introducing economic geography -- Approaches to economic geography -- Shaping the capitalist economy : key actors and processes -- Spaces of production and consumption -- The state and the economy -- The changing geography of the multinational corporations -- Changing geographies of work and employment -- Geographies of development -- The uneven geographies of finance -- Commodity chains and global production networks -- Knowledge, creativity and regional development -- Alternative economic geographies -- Conclusion.
Ports, cities, and global supply chains
AuthorWang, James JixianInternational Workshop of Port Cities and Global Supply Chains (2005 : Hong Kong, China)
Classification387.164 I61 P05 2007
Publication Year2007
Papers from the International Workshop of [sic] Port Cities and Global Supply Chains held in December 2005 in Hong Kong.
1 Introduction / James Wang, Daniel Olivier, Theo Notteboom and Brian Slack --
Part 1: Conceptualization of port-cities and global supply chains --
2 Supply chain and supply chain management: appropriate concepts for maritime studies / Valentina Carbone and Elisabeth Gouvernal --
3 Global supply chain integration and competitiveness of port terminals / Photis M. Panayides --
4 The terminalisation of ports / Brian Slack --
5 Re-assessing port-hinterland relationships in the context of global supply chains / Theo Notteboom and Jean-Paul Rodrigue --
Part 2: Shipping networks and port development --
6 The development of global container transhipment terminals / Alfred J. Baird --
7 Mediterranean ports in the global network: how to make the hub and spoke paradigm sustainable? / Enrico Musso and Francesco Parola --
8 Northern European range: shipping line concentration and port hierarchy / Antoine Frémont and Martin Soppé --
9 Factors influencing the landward movement of containers: the cases of Halifax and Vancouver / Robert J. McCalla --
Part 3: Inserting port-cities into global supply chains --
10 Globalization and the port-urban interface: conflicts and opportunities / Yehuda Hayuth --
11 A metageography of port-city relationships / César Ducruet --
12 Chinese port-cities in the global supply chains / James Wang and Daniel Olivier --
13 The economic performance of seaport regions / Peter W. De Langen --
Part 4: Corporate perspectives on the insertion of ports in global supply chains --
14 The success of Asian container port operators: the role of information technology / Daniel Olivier and Francesco Parola --
15 Which link, in which chain? Inserting Durban into global automobile supply chains / Peter V. Hall and Glen Robbins --
16 Sustainable development and corporate strategies of the maritime industry / Claude Comtois and Brian Slack.
Globalization : a very short introduction
AuthorSteger, Manfred B. 1961-
Classification303.482 S817 g562
PublisherOxford University Press
Publication Year2017