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Hauptsachtitel:
Learning regions.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Regional networks as the answer to global challenges.
Erscheinungsort:
Frankfurt am Main [u.a.]
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ISBN:
3631369719
 
9783631369715
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Umschlagtext
The regional anchoring of companies is becoming more and more of a strategic advantage for companies and regions. Bundling and networking of regional potentials create favourable prerequisites for a parallel development of regions, companies and networks.
This book outlines a proactive examination of change processes with the aid of the Learning Regions approach. It presents the concept of Learning Regions for the first time in a comprehensive way and the economic method of evaluation provides new impulses for a new understanding of the development of regions. (Quelle: amazon.de)
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Table of Contents

I. An Introduction to the Subject Matter
1 Preamble
2 Situation at the Start
2.1 Europe of the Regions: Between Globalisation and 'Micro-Regionalisation'
2.2Companies and Economics: on the Social Responsibility of Companies
2.3The Trend Towards Social Exclusion
2.4Inter- and Intraregional Partnerships and Networks - a European Answer to the Challenges of Industrial Change
3 Explanation of Terms
3.1 Explanation of the Term Region
3.2The Process of Forming Regions
3.3 Regional Identity and Co-operative Regional Policy
3.4 Learning Region
4 Nature and Objectives of the Study
5 Method of Proceeding/Methodology and Structure of the Study

II. Learning Regions: Empirical Evidence, Theoretical Inclusion
1 Empirical Indications for the Evolution of Learning Regions
2 Development Theoretical Perspectives for Including Learning Regions
2.1 Inter- or Multi-Disciplinarity as a Starting Point of Theoretic Inclusion
2.2 Learning Theories as a Theoretic Basis
2.3Systemic, Evolutionary Theory Concept and Development Orientated Management - The Attempt at a Synopsis
2.3.1 The more recent system theory as a basis of evolutionary management
2.3.2 Evolutionary System Development and the Unfolding of the Capabilities
2.3.3 The Interaction of Micro- and Macro-Level of System Observation

III. An Approach to the Phenomenon of the 'Learning Regions'
1 The Basic Concept of the Learning Region
1.1 Basic concept and general objectives:
1.2 Development logic
1.3 Structure approaches
1.4 Diversity of players
1.5Company and Human Resources Structure

2 Basic Ideas and General Objectives of Learning Regions
2.1 Regional political paradigm shift and the gaining in importance of endogenous strategies for regional development
2.2 New regional policy labour market and employment political concepts: From the promotion of real capital to the promotion of human capital
2.3 Co-operation, Networks and Clusters as Motors of Regional Economic Development Digression: Clusters and Networks
2.4The development of small and medium-sized companies and the role of external know-how providers

3 On the Characteristics and Logic of Changing Learning Regions
3.1 Development as a 'structured' evolution
3.2Organisational learning processes and system development IK
3.3 Anticipation - the proactive examination of change process in learning regions.

4 Structuring and Control Perspectives in a Learning Region
4.1 On organisation and self-organisation - a development
orientated approach for promoting the self-development capability of and in regions
4.1.1 Decentralised context control through system internal networking
4.1.2 From top-down/bottom-up control to a circular development
4.2The Set-up of Knowledge Intensive Partnerships and Networks as a Central Structural Element in Learning Regions
4.3 Development of the Learning Ability in Regions
4.4Creating Regional Development Environments

5 The Evolution of Learning Regions and the Role of the Players

IV. Case Study: Profiling the Greater Graz Area as a Learning Region
1 Initial situation
1.1 Corporate structure
1.2 Innovation Behaviour in Companies
1.3 Population and Labour Market Trends
1.4The Regional "Knowledge Market" in the Greater Graz Area
1.5 Economic and Labour Market Requirements

2 The Graz Learning Region: "Designed" Evolution
2.1 Basic ideas and objectives of the Graz Learning Region
2.2Setting up Competency Networks for Regional System Development - the Structured Co-evolution for Developing the Graz Learning Region
2.2.1 Approaches to Network Creation- Starting Point for the Learning Region Graz
2.2.1.1 Network creation at regional level
2.2.1.2 Creating Networks at a Company Level
2.2.1.3 General Conclusions
2.2.2 Learning Region Graz -first steps towards co-ordination within the networks
2.2.2.1 Co-ordinated approaches at regional level
2.2.2.2 Entrepreneurial Co-ordination from an Efficiency Point of View
2.2.2.3 General Conclusions
2.2.3 Collaborative strategies - prerequisites for stability in the Learning Region Graz
2.2.3.1 Collaborative approaches at regional level
2.2.3.2 Entrepreneurial Collaboration from an Effectiveness Point of View
2.2.3.3 General Conclusions
2.2.4 Making use of Potentials in the Graz Region by Intensifying the Networking and Interlinking
2.2A.I Cooperative networks at regional level
2.2.4.2 Entrepreneurial Co-operation and Regional Anchoring
2.2.4.3 General Conclusions
2.2.5 Integrated Co-operation Approaches in the Graz Learning Region

V. Learning Regions: Between Demand and Reality
1 Areas of Tension in the Learning Regions Approach
1.1 Regional identity in a unified Europe
1.2 Endogenous development as strengthening factor for regional disparities
1.3 Co-operative decision structures and missing democratic legitimisation
1.4 Player diversity versus selective participation
1.5Time-related pressure to succeed versus lasting development
1.6Integrative strategies and segmented policy lines

2 Conclusions