EUROlocal Tudásbázis - Publikációk
PUBLIKÁCIÓK: Dolgozatok, jelentések, könyvek, kutatási eredmények, térképek és más nyomtatot anyagok az európai tanuló város- régió témájához kapcsolódóan.
This publication covers the backgound papers, papers, presentations and workshop interventions of the 3rd MELLearN Conference that was held in Miskolc, Hungary on 12-13 April, 2007, with the title: The Lifelong Learning Networking Cooperation of Higher Education Institutions as Regional Knowledge Centres.
A city of 470 000 people, Gothenburg is in the process of transforming itself from a dependence on shipyards and manufacturing to developing new electronic industries. The sudden closure of four shipyards in the 1970’s and early 1980’s meant the loss of 12 000 jobs and devastation of the existing industrial, economic and social infrastructure. Research has been conducted throughout the last decade into appropriate high tech industries and has spawned a new wave of learning in local government and in the community.
A Presença das Câmaras Municipais Portuguesas na Internet. Administração Pública. 5. 2000.
Chaired by city of Riga in Latvia, the EUROCITIES Access to Culture working group was created in March 2007 with the aim of defining, identifying, and comparing culture accessibility issues in cities. The working group focused on sharing views and practices aimed at improving the accessibility of cultural spaces and services and the participation of different social groups in local cultural life. The working group took all aspects of accessibility into consideration: social, cultural, intellectual, physical and financial.
This is a handbook for Dublin's citizens, institutions and organisations to sensitise them to the need for Dublin to become a learning city by 2012 - a city of possibilities. It results from a city-wide consultation which reached more than half the population.
This is the Introductory Chapter from Perspectives on Learning Cities and Regions: Policy, Practice and Participation edited by Norman Longworth and Mike Osborne and has been published here through the kind consent of the publisher, NIACE. The full version of the book can be found as an e-book at the URL below.
Il tema dello sviluppo locale connota, e in termini positivi, una parte non irrilevante dell'economia italiana. In Italia la cultura dello sviluppo locale manifesta ancora grandi limiti. Da una parte, il mondo politico appare incapace di comprendere le risorse di cui sono dotate le comunità locali; dall'altra, il pensiero economico ancora fatica a riconoscere l'importanza dei fattori non economici.
The aim of this paper is to correlate learning with social and economic development. The paper addresses the following questions: To what extent do the learning regions in Romania provide a framework for innovation, development and social inclusion? Do they provide the “underlying environment or infrastructure which facilitates the flow of knowledge, ideas and learning?” as Richard Florida defined them. Romania is organized into eight regions of development (42 counties were grouped using industrial and global indicators, and thus the eight regions of development were formed).
The paper, according to the authors, correlates learning with social and economic development. The paper raises issues such as to what point do the learning regions in Romania provide a framework for innovation, development and social inclusion?
Nell'interpretazione teorica dei processi di sviluppo dei sistemi locali di impresa, negli anni '90 emerge un nuovo paradigma, definibile come il paradigma economico-cognitivo, orientato all'evidenziazione di quegli elementi di contesto che favoriscono la decisione economica in condizioni di incertezza e i processi di acquisizione di conoscenza nella dinamica competitiva.