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Extensive and intensive globalizations: explicating the low connectivity puzzle of U.S. cities using a city-dyad analysis

Taylor, P. J., Hoyler, M., Pain, K. and Vinciguerra, S. (2014) Extensive and intensive globalizations: explicating the low connectivity puzzle of U.S. cities using a city-dyad analysis. Journal of Urban Affairs, 36 (5). pp. 876-890. ISSN 1467-9906

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1111/juaf.12077

Abstract/Summary

This article reports an experiment in world city network analysis focusing on city-dyads. Results are derived from an unusual principal components analysis of 27,966 city-dyads across 5 advanced producer service sectors. A 2-component solution is found that identifies different forms of globalization: extensive and intensive. The latter is characterized by very high component scores and describes the more important city-dyads focused upon London-New York (NYLON). The extensive globalization component heavily features London and New York but with each linked to less important cities. U.S. cities score relatively high on the intensive globalization component and we use this finding to explain the low connectivities of U.S. cities in previous studies of the world city network. The two components are tentatively interpreted in world-systems terms: intensive globalization is the process of core-making through city-dyads; extensive globalization is the process of linking core with non-core through city-dyads.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:36009
Publisher:Wiley

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