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Transport, economic competitiveness and competition: A city perspective

Caroline Mullen, Greg Marsden
2015 Journal of Transport Geography  
Yet in what ways does it matter that two different world views exist?  ...  In contrast to much theoretical work on competitiveness, employment growth is treated as exogenous with less emphasis given to which areas win and lose in the region.  ...  There are significant debates about the extent to which rational economic analysis matters and the degree to which apparently economic decisions are in fact determined by political contexts, competition  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2015.09.009 fatcat:mzls5zldmnfctkaefp4kuqdknq


1920 Town planning review  
A boom in the town planning industry was comfortably predicted, and Paris opened the ball.  ...  We here have to deal with possibly the most important competition ever opened, and certainly the most complex problem ever presented 'to the town planner; and yet it burst on the " Allied" world with a  ...  No general method of representation for plans of great agglomerations has been evolved as yet, and the plans sent in for the competition are drawn in a variety of ways which necessitates considerable study  ... 
doi:10.3828/tpr.8.3-4.2841785x1586365p fatcat:iuhggrhidrgz7pm2yewgeu5fvm

The Ohio State Capitol Competition

Abbott Lowell Cummings
1953 Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (JSAH)  
There is also a crude and unfortu- nately much less adequate representation of the final floor plan which Davis made and captioned: “Thomas Cole’s plan as altered and executed” (Fig. 5).  ...  On May 8, 1839, for example, the month in which the com- The Ohio State Capitol Competition 15 "*ORRAGAS RSP’.  ... 
doi:10.2307/987540 fatcat:7bsihyvhdjfclbh6h2eksjlyg4

From competition state to competition states?

Daniel Horsfall
2010 Policy Studies  
Here to stay are the days of the competition state, brought into being to serve the global economy in which citizens exist in a more atomised society, joined to one another by weak bonds of mutuality.  ...  The competition state thesis has for twenty years sought to make sense of the profound changes in the global economy and explain the impacts of globalisation on both the nation state and the welfare state  ...  matter.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01442870902899863 fatcat:q74kwx5j7fg75nsujv336g3sti

Competitive Coevolution through Evolutionary Complexification

K. O. Stanley, R. Miikkulainen
2004 The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research  
Two major goals in machine learning are the discovery and improvement of solutions to complex problems.  ...  The results suggest that in order to discover and improve complex solutions, evolution, and search in general, should be allowed to complexify as well as optimize.  ...  When a good strategy is found in a fixed-length genome, the entire representational space of the genome is used to encode it.  ... 
doi:10.1613/jair.1338 fatcat:j765rlkic5e6rduetrwga55v4e

Perfectly competitive innovation

Michele Boldrin, David K. Levine
2008 Journal of Monetary Economics  
The theory of the competitive provision of innovations we build is important both for understanding why in many current and historical markets there has been thriving innovation in the absence of copyrights  ...  In the absence of unpriced spillovers, we argue that competitive equilibrium without copyrights and patents fails to attain the first best only because ideas are indivisible, not because of increasing  ...  In other words, as already noted earlier, the quality composition of capital does not matter for the equilibrium path in the absence of the indivisibility.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmoneco.2008.01.008 fatcat:jjbotno3ynh3zdxkweuhpiz3me

The AIPS-98 Planning Competition

Derek Long, Henry A. Kautz, Bart Selman, Blai Bonet, Hector Geffner, Jana Koehler, Michael Brenner, Jörg Hoffmann, Frank Rittinger, Corin R. Anderson, Daniel S. Weld, David E. Smith (+1 others)
2000 The AI Magazine  
However, it does the plan.  ...  problems presented in the competition, 11 plans.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v21i2.1505 dblp:journals/aim/LongKSBGKBHRAWSF00 fatcat:sudsrenkuzchldtoi5qrgqnuxe

A Review of Competitive Repertoire-Action-Based Competitive Advantage

Jay Lee
2017 International Journal of Business and Management  
in the hypercompetitive environment.  ...  A series of strategic management researches in the competitive dynamics are introduced to tackle on the question of how certain firms are processed to the effective strategies and the ways to sustain their  ...  Proponents in evolutionary framework argue that firm's history, reputation and culture will be important matter, too.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v12n11p120 fatcat:yym3vlngk5aplb34a4so3jpqdu

Laws in Competition

Werner Zips
1996 Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law  
Lack of space does not allow me to elaborate this complex matter in sufficient depth.  ...  I am sorry to trouble the House with what some hon. LAWS IN COMPETITION: MAROON AUTHORITIES IN JAMAICA Werner Zips − 288 − Members may think a very trivial matter, but I do not think it is.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07329113.1996.10756484 fatcat:6qsddcdgwfej3buunlmitcg5ge

III. Competition

R. Lane
2001 International and Comparative Law Quarterly  
COMPETITION A.  ...  The Council and Commission also agreed a very detailed Action Plan on implementing the new Area, 42 and a European Council was called for October 1999 in  ...  which the economic entities concerned together hold on the market in question, the abuse does not necessarily have to be the action of all the undertakings in question.  ... 
doi:10.1093/iclq/50.3.702 fatcat:lrwspg3mxrg2jkrrh64wq7jqmu

Still 'Regime Competition'?

Valeria Pulignano
2006 Relations Industrielles - Industrial Relations  
requirements contained in the European negotiation does not automatically imply effective cross-border coordination in bargaining matters.  ...  GM AND THE 2004 PLAN FOR CROSS-NATIONAL RESTRUCTURING IN EUROPE GM is one of the world's largest automotive groups with headquarter in the United States.  ... 
doi:10.7202/014763ar fatcat:q6vyp3so4bcdzkgp3ukd3xwifu

American Engineering Competition

1900 Scientific American  
The foremen, between them, can be depE'nded upon to keep matters straight in this respect.  ...  It was evident from the work going forward here that trade in mining ma chinery does not always follow the flag. The hours of work are ten a day, from 7 to 12 and 1 to 6.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican09221900-20672supp fatcat:76anjz7qibb73gghsbhmbxvvf4

Regional government competition [chapter]

Yunxian Chen
2021 The Dual-Entity of Market Competition  
List of figures vi List of tables vii Foreword viii Preface xix Translators xxii 1 Regional government 1 2 Three categories of resources 32 3 Resource allocation in "the four phases" 57 4 The representations  ...  Therefore, good competitive policy systems must be (1) realistic, i.e. in line with reality and the requirements for socioeconomic development; (2) advanced, in the sense that they are foresighted and  ...  The government does not enter the market and does not participate in market competition. This assumption oversimplifies matters in reality.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003244837-5 fatcat:6zre2jfas5fgrnydt25b6ebmye

Beyond Competition for Incorporations

Ehud Kamar
2005 Social Science Research Network  
Either way, however, as long as the competition for investments does not lose its steam, the effect on firms will be quite the same.  ...  This Article documents and analyzes a powerful form of regulatory competition -competition for investments -that has been transforming national corporate laws in the European Union in recent years.  ...  It did not matter that the investments CalPERS planned to liquidate were relatively small.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.720121 fatcat:7b5gmu5ysbd5xpetpmguvl5c7a

The 2009 Mario AI Competition

Julian Togelius, Sergey Karakovskiy, Robin Baumgarten
2010 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation  
This paper describes the 2009 Mario AI Competition, which was run in association with the IEEE Games Innovation Conference and the IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games.  ...  The first two authors are the organizers of the competition, while the third author is the winner of the competition.  ...  Therefore it does not make sense to plan further ahead than the edge of the current window.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cec.2010.5586133 dblp:conf/cec/TogeliusKB10 fatcat:w2blfnl6ozgu7dhlpgupttfruy
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