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Governance and industrial change in the context of globalization

Abstract : In the era of globalization, industrial change and development has brought a variance of unforeseen challenges to local governance. This phenomenon is especially evident in the context of regional development related to the establishment and operation of science parks. This paper aims to explore how good governance of the territories with a science park amid them was/can be/should be, how it affects the well-being of the communities, and how social inclusion can be accomplished in the process. Specifically, this paper examines the impacts a science park has on the governance of its surrounding areas, in terms of local finance, economic development, transportation, infrastructure, crime control, culture activities, and political and social settings. It also inquires into citizen participation in the local governance, and how governors involve the governed of different sectors to create partnership to contribute to a sustainable local development
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Ruey-Ming Tsay, Jing Shiang. Governance and industrial change in the context of globalization. 3ème Conférence Internationale d'Intelligence Territoriale "Territoire, bien-être et inclusion sociale", Liège, 2005, Oct 2005, Liège, Belgium. ⟨halshs-01019379⟩



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