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Zientara Piotr (Uniwersytet Gdański)
Tytuł
Urban Development Strategies and the Knowledge Economy : A Case of Gdynia, Poland
Strategie rozwoju miast w erze gospodarki opartej na wiedzy : Gdynia: studium przypadku
Źródło
International Business and Global Economy, 2013, nr 32, s. 269-286, bibliogr. 74 poz.
Biznes Międzynarodowy w Gospodarce Globalnej
Słowa kluczowe
Rozwój miasta, Strategia rozwoju regionalnego, Gospodarka oparta na wiedzy (GOW), Park nauki i technologii
City development, Regional development strategy, Knowledge-based economy, Science and Technology Park
Uwagi
summ.
Kraj/Region
Gdynia
Gdynia
Abstrakt
Niniejszy artykuł, analizując doświadczenia polskiego miasta Gdyni, omawia miejskie strategie rozwoju w erze gospodarki opartej na wiedzy. Mając na uwadze fakt, że ostatnio podano w wątpliwość skuteczność pewnych strategii opartych na tworzeniu innowacji i promocji kreatywności, artykuł stanowi głos w debacie dotyczącej szans i zagrożeń stojących przed współczesnymi miastami. W artykule analizuje się powyższe zagadnienia przez pryzmat doświadczeń Europy Środkowowschodniej, która - ze względu na kombinację wielu czynników polityczno-ekonomicznych - jest uważana za odpowiednie miejsce do wprowadzania i testowania nowych strategii rozwojowych. W szczególności, w pracy ukazuje się - akcentując przy tym fakt, że polski klimat inwestycyjny nie sprzyja innowacyjności i tworzeniu nowej wiedzy - co lokalni decydenci czynią w celu wsparcia rozwoju Gdyni. Artykuł stanowi zatem wkład do istniejącej literatury przedmiotu i pogłębia zrozumienie współczesnych procesów rozwoju miast.(abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper, drawing on the experience of the Polish city of Gdynia, focuses on urban development strategies in the era of a knowledge-based economy. Given that some doubts have recently been cast over the effectiveness of certain urban policies based on innovation generation and creativity promotion, the study constitutes a voice in the debate on the opportunities and threats facing modern cities. It examines these issues through the prism of central and eastern Europe, which - due to a confluence of various politico-economic factors - is seen as a fertile ground for the promotion of new urban strategies. Specifically, the paper, while highlighting the fact that Poland's nationwide business environment is unsupportive of entrepreneurship and new knowledge creation, shows how the municipal authorities act with a view to advancing Gdynia's development. Hence it makes a contribution to the existing body of literature, thereby deepening our understanding of modern urban development patterns.(original abstract)
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