Globalisation and cities : an Australian political-economic perspective
This paper discusses the forces generating social-spatial change in Australian metropolitan areas. The external forces associated with the internationalisation of capital need to be disentangled from the internal policy changes associated with the adoption of ‘economic rationalist' policies. The former are intensifying various forms of spatial competition while the latter exacerbate tendencies to urban ‘market failure The manifestations of these structural political-economic changes are...[Show more]
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