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Global City-Regions: Trends, Theory, Policy

@inproceedings{Scott2001GlobalCT,
  title={Global City-Regions: Trends, Theory, Policy},
  author={Allen J. Scott},
  year={2001}
}
There are now more than three hundred city-regions around the world with populations greater than one million. These city-regions are expanding vigorously, and they present many new and deep challenges to researchers and policy-makers in both the more developed and less developed parts of the world. The processes of global economic integration and accelerated urban growth make traditional planning and policy strategies in these regions increasingly inadequate, while more effective approaches… 
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