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Drijvende krachten economie (WG6, thema C)

Mattermap door Remco de Boer 16 mei 2018

Wat zijn de drijvende krachten achter de economie?

  • Chen et al. HS7, Op welke manieren is de metropolis veranderd na de Tweede Wereldoorlog?

    • Moreover, once the technological revolution of the 1990s had occurred, in which the internet shrunk time and space, bankers in one part of the world could easily transfer funds to another part of the world (Harvey 1991). Business transactions that had once taken days, even months, to complete could now be done overnight, thereby making the marketplace truly global. ...»
      Bron: Chen et al HS7
    • By the late 1970s, and after the death of Mao Tse-tung, yet another major nation, the People's Republic of China, joined teh turn to capitalism. (...) By the early 1980's, these reforms began to pay dividends. China embarked on a number of joint economic ventures with both western and Asian countries. ...»
      Bron: Chen et al HS7
    • "By 1975, it had become one of the leading metropolitan centers in the United States, overtaking older areas such as Philadelphia and Boston. It had come to symbolize the shift of the American population in general from the East Coast to the West Coast." ...»
      Bron: Chen et al HS7
    • "But many other cities arose as a result of the emergence of new industries and the active role of the federal government. The latter had, for example, established naval bases and facilities in areas of California, and it was in htese areas that cities such as Sand Diego began to grow and flourish. The same thing happened in Texas, where the federal government had established army sites during the war in places near Austin and San Antonio. ...»
      Bron: Chen et al HS7
  • Healey HS6 Op welke manier dragen Major Projects bij aan het creëren van een 'gezonde' stad?

    • However, they (de major projects) were not just physical projects. They invloved the mobilisation of very large budgets and created new economic values, reflected in property prices and rents. They added to the public realm inheritance of their cities by creating attractive open spaces accessible to all, adjacent to their city centres and linked into them by careful attention to the deisng and landscaping of walkways and cycleways, and to vistas and street furniture. They produced social ambiances, through which new meanings dveloped as the locales settled into the evolving geography of their cities. Above all, they coukd not have happened without being taken up as major political projects, in which reversing degradation of the urban gabric was a symol of reassertion of city pride and dynamism. ...»
      Bron: Healey HS6
  • Hall (1998) Hoe ontwikkelt industrie zich (qua innovatie) in verloop van tijd?

    • Here, labour may well prove a more potent variable, but now the key workers - highly educated, highly skilled scientists and technicians - are highly mobile. One way of getting around this is to say that a new factor of production - knowledge - is the key: industry will be drawn to centres of fundamental research and development, especially universities and major research institutes. ...»
      Bron: Hall (1998)