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The changing geography of globalized service provision, 2000-2008

(2011) SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL. 31(14). p.2293-2307
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This empirical paper maps changes in the global geography of advanced producer service provision across major cities in the 2000-2008 period. The analyses are based on a systematic assessment of geographical shifts in the office networks of leading firms in finance, management consultancy, accountancy, advertising and law, using measures of inter-city connectivity. It has been previously shown that there has been a general shift of these services from 'West to East'. In this paper, variations in the degree and pattern of this global shift among the different sectors are described and interpreted. The results point to an inherent complexity in economic globalization that is sometimes overlooked in general descriptions of the meta-process.
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BUSINESS SERVICES, WORLD CITY NETWORK, FIRMS, GaWC, urban geography, producer services, world city network, INTERNATIONALIZATION, CITIES

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Hanssens, Heidi et al. “The Changing Geography of Globalized Service Provision, 2000-2008.” SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL 31.14 (2011): 2293–2307. Print.
APA
Hanssens, H., Derudder, B., Taylor, P. J., Hoyler, M., Ni, P., Huang, J., Yang, X., et al. (2011). The changing geography of globalized service provision, 2000-2008. SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL, 31(14), 2293–2307.
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Hanssens, Heidi, Ben Derudder, Peter J Taylor, Michael Hoyler, Pengfei Ni, Jin Huang, Xiaolan Yang, and Frank Witlox. 2011. “The Changing Geography of Globalized Service Provision, 2000-2008.” Service Industries Journal 31 (14): 2293–2307.
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Hanssens, Heidi, Ben Derudder, Peter J Taylor, Michael Hoyler, Pengfei Ni, Jin Huang, Xiaolan Yang, and Frank Witlox. 2011. “The Changing Geography of Globalized Service Provision, 2000-2008.” Service Industries Journal 31 (14): 2293–2307.
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Hanssens H, Derudder B, Taylor PJ, Hoyler M, Ni P, Huang J, et al. The changing geography of globalized service provision, 2000-2008. SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL. 2011;31(14):2293–307.
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H. Hanssens et al., “The changing geography of globalized service provision, 2000-2008,” SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL, vol. 31, no. 14, pp. 2293–2307, 2011.
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  abstract     = {This empirical paper maps changes in the global geography of advanced producer service provision across major cities in the 2000-2008 period. The analyses are based on a systematic assessment of geographical shifts in the office networks of leading firms in finance, management consultancy, accountancy, advertising and law, using measures of inter-city connectivity. It has been previously shown that there has been a general shift of these services from 'West to East'. In this paper, variations in the degree and pattern of this global shift among the different sectors are described and interpreted. The results point to an inherent complexity in economic globalization that is sometimes overlooked in general descriptions of the meta-process.},
  author       = {Hanssens, Heidi and Derudder, Ben and Taylor, Peter J and Hoyler, Michael and Ni, Pengfei and Huang, Jin and Yang, Xiaolan and Witlox, Frank},
  issn         = {0264-2069},
  journal      = {SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL},
  keywords     = {BUSINESS SERVICES,WORLD CITY NETWORK,FIRMS,GaWC,urban geography,producer services,world city network,INTERNATIONALIZATION,CITIES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {14},
  pages        = {2293--2307},
  title        = {The changing geography of globalized service provision, 2000-2008},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02642069.2010.503887},
  volume       = {31},
  year         = {2011},
}

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