Table of contents for Cities and economies / by Yeong-Hyun Kim and John Rennie Short.

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1. Cities and Economies 								
Urban Growth and Decline
Large Cities in the National and Global Economies
Urban Economic Changes in the Era of Globalization
Part One: Urban Growth and Decline in Economic Shifts				
2. Mercantile Cities and European Colonialism					
	Merchant Capitalism and the Growth of Towns
Merchant Capitalism, Colonialism and Global Urban Networks
Cartographic Representations of the Merchant City
Insert 2.1: Madras/Chennai
3. The Rise and Fall of Industrial Cities						
The Industrial City and Social Conflict
The Planned City
The Fordist City
Insert 3.1: Locational Theories of Industrial Cities
Insert 3.2: Contrasting Urban Fortunes 
4. Service Industries and Metropolitan Economies					
The Growth of the Service Sector
The Role of the Public Sector
Global Shift of Services
Insert 4.1: The 20 Largest Cities in the US, 1850-2000
Part Two: The Global Economy and World Cities in Developed Countries		
5. Globalization and World Cities							
World Cities in Urban Studies
Command and Control Centers of the Global Economy
The Global Urban Hierarchy
Insert 5.1: American Cities, Cosmopolitan Cities
6. Globalization and Globalizing Cities 						
Urban Competitiveness
Politics of World City Status
Globalizing Cities and Globalized Urbanism
	Insert 6.1: Urban Decline in Ohio, US
7. New Solutions for Old Economies							
The Cultural Economy
The Creative Economy
	Insert 7.1: Creative Cities in Japan
Part Three: The National Economy and Capital Cities in Developing Countries	
8. Third World Cities 									
Third World Cities in Urban Studies
Mega Cities in the Developing World
Primate Cities
Insert 8.1: Mega Cities: Decoding the Chaos
Insert 8.2: Third World Cities in the League Table of Quality of Life
9. World City Projects for National Capitals 						
National Economic Development and Capital Cities
Graduating from Third World City Status
Insert 9.1: Growth Pole Theory
Insert 9.2: Johannesburg: Building an African World Class City
10. Globalizing Islands in Developing Countries					
	Inequality in Globalizing Third World Cities 
High-tech Enclaves in Bangalore 
Ethnic Enclaves in Seoul
Insert 10.1: Gated Communities in Trinidad
	Insert 10.2: Bangalore: India¿s Silicon Valley or Silicon Valley¿s India?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Urban economics.
Sociology, Urban.
Cities and towns -- History.