The Relational Economy

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  • Author : Harald Bathelt
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Pages : 320 pages
  • ISBN : 0191647969
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The Relational Economy

The Relational Economy
  • Author : Harald Bathelt,Johannes Glückler
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 23 June 2011
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How are firms, networks of firms, and production systems organized and how does this organization vary from place to place? What are the new geographies emerging from the need to create, access, and share knowledge, and sustain competitiveness? In what ways are local clusters and global exchange relations intertwined and co-constituted? What are the impacts of global changes in technology, demand, and competition on the organization of production, and how do these effects vary between communities, regions, and nations? This

Relational Economics

Relational Economics
  • Author : Josef Wieland
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 27 May 2020
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This book introduces the research agenda of relational economics as a political economy for the governance of local and global economic transactions in modern societies. It analyses the mechanisms of global value creation and production networks by studying cooperation in intra- and inter-firm networks, intersectoral stakeholder management, and transcultural leadership. The author develops a categorical taxonomy for private and public value creation based on the effective and efficient interlinking of, and interaction between, a range of resources and abilities. In

The Emergence of the Relationship Economy

The Emergence of the Relationship Economy
  • Author : Scott Allen
  • Publisher : Happy About
  • Release : 01 January 2008
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The convergence of technology that accelerates the power of relationships and facilitates dynamic communications-- peer to peer and to entire communities--is revolutionary to say the least. The book examines the factors that are influencing the emergence of The Relationship Economy. The book defines The Relationship Economy as: "The people and things we are connected with in our personal networks who or that distribute or consume our capital, which in turn influences our individual production outputs." The book analyzes the factors

The Geography of the World Economy

The Geography of the World Economy
  • Author : Paul L. Knox,John A. Agnew,Linda Mary McCarthy
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 17 August 2022
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The fifth edition of this text provides an introduction to the theory and practice of economic geography, and includes expanded coverage of world cities, labour markets, the global office, women in development, tourism and sustainable development.

Economic Loss

Economic Loss
  • Author : Robby Bernstein
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 17 August 1998
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This text deals with various situations in which one person's negligent act or omission causes another person to suffer an injury which is not to their person or property, and where the relationship between them is non-contractual

A Comparative Introduction to the German Law of Torts

A Comparative Introduction to the German Law of Torts
  • Author : B. S. Markesinis
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 17 August 1994
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Since its first publication, this book has succeeded in establishing itself as the leading reference work on German tort law. It is a uniquely detailed and scholarly study which has no rival in the English language. Frequently cited in the courts when points of German law are under discussion, the book has now been heavily revised and completely updated to take account of the major changes to German law brought about as a result of reunification