The Re-birth of the Company Town: How Corporations Are Reshaping Life, Work and Play in the City

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 25 oct 2016 - 284 páginas
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Clusters, technopoles, milieus of innovation, science parks, company towns, corporate campuses and all other silicon-"things" are based on one simple idea - the idea of agglomeration effects. The core belief behind this approach is that physical and social proximity of companies coupled with institutional influence - generates spillover effects that are a source of new innovation and value creation. The current book explores the ever-changing relationship between businesses, society and space, documents the historical, present and coming examples of corporate landscapes, and envisions a future, in which innovative and socially-responsible companies will create inspiring, lively and socially-just urban environments.

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Matevz STRAUS is an urban sociologist and city marketer, interested in the relationships between businesses and society Razvan Zamfira is an architect and urban planner interested in contemporary governance structures and their influence on urban spatial development and architectural design.

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