Seamus Grimes

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Hyper-capitalism in global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) markets during the late 1990s created a new global production network, shaped by multi-national corporations, international capital flows, and a flourishing of high-tech entrepreneurship. Each of the cities considered here benefited substantially from this growth, but their positions(More)
The state is still the significant unit for innovative studies during the age of R&D globalization and innovation regionalization. Using the bibliometric method, this paper attempts to provide a comprehensive picture of national innovation studies based on data derived from the Web of Knowledge. In particular, we identify the most significant countries and(More)
This paper examines the prospects for rural areas within the Information Society, referring particularly to the EU experience. Among these are the diminishing e!ects of distance from core markets and enhancing the learning capacities of rural areas by improving access to relevant information. EU policy to date has been in#uenced by a strong technology(More)
  • S Grimes
  • The International migration review
  • 1993
"In this review of literature dealing with the postwar immigrant experience in urban Australia, some of the key interpretations of residential segregation are assessed. The article focuses on studies which have examined ethnic clusters formed by southern Europeans in Sydney and Melbourne and more recently by Indochinese refugees. Much of the analysis to(More)
The author examines some of the ideological influences which have shaped population control policy in recent decades and considers the growing critique of what is now regarded as a narrowly focused policy, one which is based upon a simplistic definition and analysis of population growth in the less developed world. Focus is given to the important role of(More)
The attitudes of 32 families who had their relative with mental retardation deinstitutionalized and living in the community for 3 to 7 years were examined. Preplacement data on these families indicated a high level of satisfaction with institutional services and strong opposition to community placement. Postplacement data revealed a significant change(More)
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