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Philip Cooke
Cardiff University
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Contemporary innovation destroys more value than it creates by three effects. First it mimics already existing basic technologies (phone, camera, directory, games) adding little value but displacing while disrupting existing services. Second, it exploits human rights to security, privacy and truthful reportage without seriously regulated or legislated accountability. Third, social media – the main offender – takes prodigious profits at huge social cost, by facilitating the grooming of terrorists...
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ABSTRACTChanges in leading-edge urban and regional development processes and policies signify the rise of the ‘Quaternary’ or 4.0 Era of economic growth. Few such spaces exist yet, but they have prodigious global reach from locations like Cambridge (as the exemplar here), Israel and Silicon Valley. Their surface spread has led to the designation ‘thin globalization’ compared with ‘thick’ antecedents based on manufacturing and routine services. Each displays ‘post-cluster’ or ‘platform’ inter-con...
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ABSTRACTThis is a summary of the Editorial of the 25th Anniversary Special Issue of European Planning Studies. The editorial summarizes three representative articles from planners and economic policy actors published in 1993, the first year of publication of the journal. These write of threats and possibilities from privatized planning, from the European Single Market and the prospects for regional innovation policy. In the second part, nine papers are summarized. These range from an exegesis of...
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#1Philip CookeH-Index: 45
#2Robert HugginsH-Index: 29
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#1Luciana LazzerettiH-Index: 19
#2Philip CookeH-Index: 45
#1Philip CookeH-Index: 45
This chapter reviews some key conceptual and practical barriers that have hampered territorial economic development prospects in most advanced countries for some time. It is argued in the paper that influential development thinkers and policy organisations, supranational (UNIDO; World Bank; EU) as well as national and regional became wedded in an unholy alliance of neoclassical economic dogma and neoliberal policy ideology during the period from approximately 1980 to the 2008 global financial cr...
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ABSTRACTInnovation scholars have long recognized entrepreneurship is ‘imitative’, whereas the commercialization of novelty is ‘innovative’. Thus they are highly distinctive skill-sets. Entrepreneurship, first, involves optimizing market sentiment for pure profit sometimes to the point of catastrophe and even fraudulence in many markets. These include: payment protection insurance (PPI) to ‘flash crashes’, automotive emission ‘defeat devices’, corporate bribery settlements, social media ‘hacking’...
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#1JinHyo Joseph Yun (DGIST: Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)H-Index: 12
#2Philip Cooke (Cardiff University)H-Index: 45
Last.Jin Won KangH-Index: 1
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We propose an international economic agenda to overcome the growth limits of capitalism that can be supported by the United Nations. Sustainable Environment based global goals should be added to sustainable economy. For this, we propose dynamic balance between three sub-economies such as open innovation, closed innovation, and social innovation sub-economy. For this, we propose to set up a UN community and a long range plan.
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#1JinHyo Joseph YunH-Index: 12
#2Philip CookeH-Index: 45
Last.JinWon KangH-Index: 1
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