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This research paper explores a telecentre initiative as part of a comprehensive regional development strategy in the borderland region between Mexico and the USA. Following a knowledge-based development approach, an outlook on how telecentres can play a networking role for knowledge management...
The World Capital Institute uses the Most Admired Knowledge Cities (MAKCi) framework to compare cities. This framework considers other capitals than the financial one and allows to evaluate cities as knowledge cities. The MAKCi framework contains specifications about which indicators should be...
This paper considers the capacity of urban network and community-based planning to generate global knowledge flows and human-scale environments. It presents a study investigating the presence, relative density and distribution of innovation-supporting infrastructure surrounding major train...
Incorporating knowledge-based urban development (KBUD) strategies in the urban planning and development process is a complex task due to the fragmented and incoherent existing KBUD models. This paper scrutinises and compares these KBUD models with an aim of identifying key and common features...
The purpose of this paper is to present the preliminary findings of a larger project that aims at studying the concept of a knowledge city, develop frameworks for a knowledge city as applicable to developing nations, and evaluate Mysore as a knowledge city. This paper presents a framework,...
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