Worlds According to GaWC

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… the city-world of carnival and fair - a world with an overwhelming potential for the inversion of hierarchical ordering, a pickpocketing pockmarked close-up world of the exuberantly vulgar, a gawker’s paradise. And gawking is so very different from perspectivally gazing.

Wendy Joy Darby (2000) Landscape and Identity (Berg, Oxford), p.42


Please click on images to find examples of our research (for a brief introduction, see Multiple GaWCs):

GaWC Panregions
A New Metageography?
 

World City Network Formation
The Spatial Order of European Cities
Global Network Connectivity
The Complexity of Globalization
Hierarchical Tendencies amongst World Cities
Regional Tendencies in Global Service Space
The Long Arm of the Law

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