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The city as a possible answer to the state question

la red urbana latinoamericana en el contexto global del siglo XXI
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Diego Silva Ardila

on 23 March 2011

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Transcript of The city as a possible answer to the state question

THE CITY AS A POSSIBLE ANSWER TO THE STATE QUESTION
An approach from the Latin American case Diego Silva Ardila
Ph.D. Student University of Illinois at Chicago
Professor Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia

AAG Conference - Washington, April 15th 2010 MOSAIC WORLD ORDER Self-contained territorial units Increase of the number, velocity and magnitude of merchandise, goods, people and ideas flows all around the globe Globalisation: Reterritorialisation of both socioeconomic and political-institutional spaces that unfolds simultaneously upon multiple, superimposed geographical scales
[Brenner, 1999] Nation-state NETWORK DYNAMICS Rescaling and reconfiguraton of Nation-states
and its impact on urban policy and its subsequent institutions Territorial configuration Urban Network Overlapping Scales Structural reforms
Decentralization 'De-nationalization' of the economies THE CITY AS A POSSIBLE ANSWER TO THE STATE QUESTION
An approach from the Latin American case Diego Silva Ardila
Ph.D. Student University of Illinois at Chicago
Professor Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia

AAG Conference - Washington, April 15th 2010 Nationalization of the urban phenomena Urban agendas lead by urban institutionality Private initiatives merged with urban policy Competitivity and Public-Private Partnerships as new policy drivers Links with global networks as development strategy
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