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Although this later became the case in China and India in the 20th Century, USA was making use of cheap labor from developing nations for their benefit and economic reasons.
With the advent of Information Technology, industrialization reduced significantly and other forms of economic development including a knowledge-based society began to grow.
However, Friedman mostly focuses on the initial production and labor market of industrialization. In his framework of World City Hypothesis, Friedman indicates that the world is coming closer together closely breaking the political borders and social isolations between countries and cities.
New York and Los Angeles, London and Paris, and to a lesser degree Tokyo, are centres for the production and dissemination of information, news, entertainment and other cultural artifacts.
In terms of occupations, world cities are characterized by a dichotomized labour force: on the one hand, a high percentage of professionals specialized in control functions and, on the other, a vast army of low-skilled workers engaged in manufacturing, personal services and the hotel, tourist and entertainment industries that cater to the privileged classes for whose sake the world city primarily exists Sassen-Koob World cities are major sites for the concentration and accumulation of international capital.
The Hierarchy of World Cities NORTH AMERICA WESTERN EUROP A AUSTRALLA AMERICA d 0 Core: Primary City. In core countries, the major atypical case is Tokyo.
Although a major control centre for Japanese multi-national capital, Japanese business practices and government policy have so far been successful in zyx preventing foreign capital from making major investments in the city see the article by Rimmer in this issue.
In the semi-periphery, the economic crisis since has led to massive international indebtedness, originally incurred in the hope of staving off economic disaster in the teeth of a world-wide zyxw recession of unprecedented depth and duration.
A combination of declining per capita incomes, slow growth in the core of the world economy, IMF-imposed policies, the high cost of capital, capital repatriation, capital flight and obligatory loan repayments in some cases amounting to more than 35 per cent of export earnings have contributed in a number of Latin American countries to a net export of capital Iglesias If this trend, extraordinary for the post- war period, should persist, the semi-periphery is bound to backslide into peasant-peripheral status.
Although strenuous attempts are zyxw being made to reverse this tidal drift into economic insolvency, declining living standards for the middle classes, immiseration for the poor and the collapse of the world economic system as it presently exists, the outcome is not at all certain.
Two kinds of migrants can be distinguished: international and interregional. Japan and Singapore have the most restrictive legislation and, for all practical purposes, prohibit permanent immigration.
They, too, are jealous of their boundaries. And traditional immigrant countries, such as Canada and Australia, are attempting to limit the influx of migrants to workers possessing professional and other skills in high demand.
Few if any countries have been as open to immigration from abroad as the United States, where both legal and illegal immigrants abound.
Typically, therefore, urban growth has been from 1. Of the thirty zyxwvu cities in Table 1, eight have a population of 15 k 5 million and another zyx six a population of 7.
World city formation brings inro focus the major contradictions of industrial capitalism - among them spatial and class polarization.
Spatial polarization occurs at three scales. The first is global and is zy expressed by the widening gulf in wealth, income and power between peripheral economies as a whole and a handful of rich countries at the heart of the capitalist world.
The second scale is regional and is especially pertinent in the semi-periphery. In core countries, regional income gradients are relatively smooth, and the difference between high and low income regions is rarely greater than The corresponding ratio in the semi-periphery, however, is more likely to be Meanwhile, the income gradient between peripheral world cities and the rest of the national economies which they articulate remains very steep.
The third scale of spatial polarization is metropolitan. It is the familiar story of spatially segregating poor inner-city ghettos, suburban squatter housing and ethnic working- class enclaves.
Spatial polarization arises from class polarization. And in world cities, class polarization has three principal facets: zyxwv huge income gaps between transnational elites and low-skilled workers, large-scale immigration from rural areas or from abroad and structural trends in the evolution of jobs.
In the income distribution of semi-peripheral countries, the bottom 40 per cent of households typically receive less than 15 per cent of all income and control virtually none of the wealth World Bank Table These data refer to countries that, overall, have low incomes when measured on the scale of a Western Europe or the US.
In many of the primary cities of the core, however, the situation is not significantly better. Where Do We Stand? From Critique to Reconstruction.
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Breadcrumb Home Contributors John Friedmann. The Good Society A personal account of its struggle with the world of social planning and a dialectical inquiry into the roots of radical practice John Friedmann Regional Policy Readings in Theory and Applications John Friedmann and William Alonso Revised edition of Regional Development and Planning: A ReaderSince , when Regional Development and Planning: A Reader was first published, the book has become established as perhaps the most useful collection of source material in its field, and it has served as the basis of numerous courses in regional studies and economic development.
Regional Development Policy A Case Study of Venezuela John Friedmann This book is the first such study to emerge. Regional Development and Planning A Reader John Friedmann and William Alonso Writings on regional development and planning are widely scattered in social science literature and government publications.
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Views Read Edit View history. The temptation and the tendency to view development as a one-step process sorely needs to be resisted. If each agency, operating with relative independence of others, sets its own tar- gets, priorities, and standards, as is usually the case, it is unlikely that all the individual programs and projects will fit together senSibly in time and space.
Thus, the agriculture agency might be making a major effort to raise the output of a particular farm product in a given area in order to increase export earnings, but the plans of the transportation agency for farm-to-market roads may be out of phase, as may also be plans for the extension of farm credits.
Much informa- tion vital to an effective national plan can be gained by testing national sector plans for Iocational coherence and by studying their convergence within regions of the country that have been established for that purpose.
The decision focus in such a case should remain the national plan and its sector components. Specifi- cally focused, differentiated objectives and programs for each region would not necessarily be part of the picture when the main purpose is the testing of na- tional plans.
This distinction is not normally made in the literature. In simulated planning, as in operational regional planning, a special effort must be made to maintain the open-ended, differentiated characteristics.
Other- wise, the regional designations, if kept over a long period of time without change, could increasingly become a Procrustean bed, unnecessarily stretching out or chopping off activities.
Regional designations tend to take on a life of their own very quickly. Even so, simulated planning can be of great value in helping to prevent the closing in of operational regions on themselves by serving as a framework for overall perspective.
To optimize its evaluation or "shadow" role, given the basic requirements of open-endedness and differentiation, simulated planning must permit overlays of some regions upon others, particularly the system of metropolitan regions overlaid on the homogeneous areas.
For example, Recife in northeast Brazil needs to be analyzed as part of the Brazilian national system of cities as well as in its role within the depressed northeast region.
Of greatest importance in both simulated planning and operational planning are periodic reviews of regional designations. These are necessary in order to keep up with or anticipate the socioeconomic changes under way.
THE LARGER CONTEXT OF REGIONAL PLANNING So likely are human activities to close in on themselves that, as we have noted, special efforts continuously have to be made to prevent the destruction of the basic advantages of regional planning, that is, its open-ended and sub- systemic features.
The core features of regional planning of whatever variety is its relation to national planning or national policy in market economies where there is no national planning.
The central purpose is national welfare,8 even where an interregional equity objective is politically paramount.
Obviously, it would be hard to justify a development program for a depressed region which 8We hope we will in the not-tao-distant future be able to say world welfare.
KEY FEATURES OF REGIONAL PLANNING served to weaken the national economy and to bring the other regions down toward the level of the depressed area.
Nor can a nation accept the proposition that there should be no migration out of a depressed region but that jobs must be provided for everyone who happens to be living in the given region, if this course would significantly reduce the productivity of the whole nation.
But there is much more to it than that. No region can solve its own problems or fully exploit its potentialities by itself. Because the region is a subsystem, the most important part of planning for it is that which guides the flows between the nation and the region of investment capital, goods and services, people, enter- preneurship, and other elements.
There are strong reasons, deeply embedded in the socioeconomic structure of the nation, why a depressed region is lagging in income growth, a frontier region is relatively unexploited, or a metropolitan region is growing at the rate and in the form that it is.
In order to alter the course of events, quite extensive changes have to be triggered, thresholds passed, and new environmental condi- tions established.
Thus, regional planning becomes highly dependent on an understanding of location factors. Determining relative advantages is itself a critical element in understanding the kinds of measures that would be necessary to influence location decisions.
However, in such an analysis, various noneconomic, as well as economic, factors have to be considered, among them attitudes and motivation, education, and political and administrative considerations.
THE SYSTEM OF CITIES The close relationship between regional planning and national planning or policy is, as already noted, a crucial and continuous link between national objec- tives and regional needs.
Another specific link is the system of cities, which in a variety of ways encourages and makes pOSSible an increasing degree of spe- cialization, a critical ingredient of economic progress.
The importance of division of labor and of specialization for socioeconomic development has long been 90f great value here are the work of Losch and the revisions and extensions of Weberian location theory by Hoover, Isard, and others.
Also applicable are certain of the concepts stemming from economic base and interregional multiplier theory, exemplified in the work of Haig, Hoyt, Andrews, Tiebout, and others.
A valuable bibliography on location theory is provided in Friedmann and Alonso, eds. Part I Cambridge, Mass.
Press, , pp. Perloff, "Relative Regional Economic Growth. But there are certain important spatial concomitants that deserve attention.
A greater specialization of function implies that each specialized activity whether farming, forestry, mining, manufacturing, or services must extend its linkages to outside activities in order to obtain needed inputs and find markets for its products.
Thus, growing specialization creates networks of activity sub- systems that have strong functional ties growing out of complementarities.
Such ties, essential to economic progress, tend to grow stronger and more complex as development proceeds.
These interrelationships may extend great distances; across the whole world, in fact.