Table of contents for The handbook of service industries / edited by John R. Bryson and Peter W. Daniels.

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Contributors
1.	 	Worlds of Services: From Local Service Economies to Offshoring or 	
		Global 	Sourcing
	 	John R. Bryson and Peter W. Daniels
Part I		Conceptual Perspectives 
2. 		The Nature of Services 
		Sven Illeris
3.		Services and Innovation: Conceptual and theoretical perspectives 
		Jeremy Howells
4.		National Economies and the Service Society: the diversity of models 
		Jean Gadrey
5.		Theories of the Information Age 
		Nico Stehr
6.		The political economy of services in tertiary economies
		Pascal Petit 
Part II		The Development of Service Economies 
7.	 	A Global Service Economy? 
		Peter W. Daniels
8.		 Services and Regional Development in the United States
		William B. Beyers
9.		Service Industries, Global City Formation, and New Policy Discourses
		within the Asia-Pacific
		Tom Hutton 
10.		Service Development in Transition Economies: achievements and 		
		missing links Metka Stare
11.		Whither Global Cities: The Analytics and the Debates 
		Saskia Sassen 
Part III	Trading Services: from local to global production
12.		Transport Services and the Global Economy: Towards a Seamless 		
		Market
		Thomas R Leinbach and John T. Bowen 
13.		 Empirical Analysis of Barriers to International Services Transactions 	
		and the Consequences of Liberalization 
		Robert Stern and Alan Deardorf
14.		Multinational Service Firms and Global Strategy 
		Peter Enderwick
Part IV	Services, Technology and Innovation
15.		Knowledge-Intensive-Services and Innovation 
		Ian Miles
16.		 Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Consumption of Traded 	
		(Producer Service Expertise) versus Untraded Knowledge and 		
		Expertise 
		John R. Bryson and Peter W. Daniels 	 
17. 		Understanding the Relationship between Information Communications 	
		Technologies and the Behaviour of Firms Located in Regional Clusters 
		Grete Rusten and John R. Bryson
18.		Services and the Internet 
		Andrew Murphy
19.		Knowledge Creation in a Japanese Convenience Store Chain: The Case 	
		Seven-Eleven 	Japan 		 
		Ikujiro Nonaka, Vesa Peltokorpi and Dai Senoo
	
Part V		 Service Employment: Embodied and 
Emotional Labour 
20.		Embodied Services and Global Value-Added Networks 
		Barney Warf
21.		Gender Divisions of Labour: sex, gender, sexuality and embodiment in 	
		the service sector		
		Linda McDowell
22.		Transnational work: Global professional labour markets in professional 	
		service accounting firms
		Jonathan V. Beaverstock
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Service industries.