Amy K. Glasmeier, Amy Glasmeier, A.K. Glasmeier, Amy Glasmeier
Amy K. Glasmeier, Amy Glasmeier, A.K. Glasmeier, Amy Glasmeier
Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
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High tech America: The what, how, where, and why of the sunrise industries
AR Markusen, PH Hall, A Glasmeier, P Hall
Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1986
Technological discontinuities and flexible production networks: The case of Switzerland and the world watch industry
A Glasmeier
Research policy 20 (5), 469-485, 1991
Thinking about smart cities
A Glasmeier, S Christopherson
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 8 (1), 3-12, 2015
Factors governing the development of high tech industry agglomerations: A tale of three cities
A Glasmeier
Regional studies 22 (4), 287-301, 1988
Austerity in the city: economic crisis and urban service decline?
B Donald, A Glasmeier, M Gray, L Lobao
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 7 (1), 3-15, 2014
Flexible districts, flexible regions? The institutional and cultural limits to districts in an era of globalization and technological paradigm shifts
A Glasmeier
Globalization, institutions, and regional development in Europe, 118-146, 1994
Response: why business alone won't redevelop the inner city: a friendly critique of Michael Porter's approach to urban revitalization
B Harrison, AK Glasmeler
Economic Development Quarterly 11 (1), 28-38, 1997
The High-Tech Potential
AK Glasmeier
Routledge, 2017
Service-led rural development: definitions, theories, and empirical evidence
A Glasmeier, M Howland
International Regional Science Review 16 (1-2), 197-229, 1993
The economic impacts of the prison development boom on persistently poor rural places
AK Glasmeier, T Farrigan
International Regional Science Review 30 (3), 274-299, 2007
Economic geography in practice: local economic development policy
A Glasmeier
The Oxford handbook of economic geography 200, 559-579, 2000
Manufacturing time: global competition in the watch industry, 1795-2000
A Glasmeier
Guilford Press, 2000
An atlas of poverty in America: One nation, pulling apart 1960–2003
A Glasmeier
Routledge, 2014
From combines to computers: Rural services and development in the age of information technology
A Glasmeier, M Howland
SUNY Press, 1995
US auto parts production: an analysis of the organization and location of a changing industry
AK Glasmeier, RE McCluskey
Economic Geography 63 (2), 142-159, 1987
Understanding community forestry: a qualitative meta‐study of the concept, the process, and its potential for poverty alleviation in the United States case
AK Glasmeier, T Farrigan
Geographical Journal 171 (1), 56-69, 2005
The Japanese Technopolis programme: high‐tech development strategy or industrial policy in disguise?
AK Glasmeier
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 12 (2), 268-284, 1988
Living wage calculator
AK Glasmeier
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015
Acquisition, assessment and use of business information by small-and medium-sized businesses: a demand perspective
KG Fuellhart, AK Glasmeier
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 15 (3), 229-252, 2003
Territory-based regional development policy and planning in a learning economy: the case of ‘real service centers’ in industrial districts
AK Glasmeier
European Urban and regional studies 6 (1), 73-84, 1999
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