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The rise and fall of urban economies : lessons from San Francisco and Los Angeles / Michael Storper, Thomas Kemeny, Naji Philip Makarem, and Taner Osman.

By: Storper, Michael [author.].
Contributor(s): Kemeny, Thomas [author.] | Makarem, Naji Philip [author.] | Osman, Taner [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Innovation and technology in the world economy: Publisher: Stanford, California : Stanford Business Books, an imprint of Stanford University Press, ©2015Description: 1 online resource : illustrations, maps.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: (eBook).Subject(s): Economic development -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area | Economic development -- California -- Los Angeles Metropolitan Area | San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.) -- Economic conditions | Los Angeles Metropolitan Area (Calif.) -- Economic conditions | eBooksDDC classification:
Contents:
The divergent development of urban regions -- Divergent development : the conceptual challenge -- The motor of divergence : high-wage or low-wage specialization -- The role of labor in divergence : quality of workers or quality of jobs? -- Economic specialization : pathways to change -- Economic development policies : their role in economic divergence -- Beliefs and worldviews in economic development : to which club do we belong? -- Seeing the landscape : the relational infrastructure of regions -- Connecting the dots : what caused divergence? -- Shaping economic development : policies and strategies -- Improving analysis of urban regions : methods and models.
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The divergent development of urban regions -- Divergent development : the conceptual challenge -- The motor of divergence : high-wage or low-wage specialization -- The role of labor in divergence : quality of workers or quality of jobs? -- Economic specialization : pathways to change -- Economic development policies : their role in economic divergence -- Beliefs and worldviews in economic development : to which club do we belong? -- Seeing the landscape : the relational infrastructure of regions -- Connecting the dots : what caused divergence? -- Shaping economic development : policies and strategies -- Improving analysis of urban regions : methods and models.

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