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|This book focuses on the rule of social capital in the process of innovation: the social networks and the norms; values and attitudes (such as trust) of the actors; social capital as both bonding and bridging links between actors; and ...|
|First, most of the institutions were described in terms of their precise urban |
context and their functional relation to that context. For example, the Northampton
Institute (one of the new technical schools) was described as being “in the heart
of the ...
|Russo, M., & Rossi, F. (2008) Cooperation networks and innovation: A complex |
system perspective to the analysis and evaluation of an EU regional innovation
policy ... Toy, M. (2006) Social cohesion—The Canadian urban context.
|While cities provide a particularly nurturing environment for innovative activities, |
however, urban development may entail ... parks, cities can also learn from both
the positive and the negative factors that affect innovation in an urban context.
|The Impact of Leadership, School Reform, and the Urban Context on Educational |
Innovations Jacob Easley II. Lakoff, G. (2002). ... School-family relationships in
context: Parent and teacher perceptions of parent involvement. Urban Educator ...
|If so, what are the implications for city management? This book reflects the situation of cities in the context of global change and increasing demands for sustainable development.|
|Managing Cities: The New Urban Context. Chichester: Wiley. Andor, L. (2000). |
Hungary on the Road to the European Union: Transition in Blue. Westport,
Connecticut, and London: Praeger. Aniello, V. and Le Galès, P. (2001). 'Between
|innovation. in. the. provision. of. sustainable. urban. water. services. Steven. |
Kenway. and. Grace. Tjandraatmadja ... water resources, the extent to which it
contributes to the pursuit of urban sustainability is strongly linked to the context in
|Projects demonstrating greater sustainability illustrate a type of urban planning |
founded in community performance goals ... problems in an urban context
requires a diffusion of available innovative approaches — technical, social and
- See How United Health Group Used Their Crowd to Improve Health Care.