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    Title: Estudio Prospectivo de la Ruta de la Seda, el Proceso de Globalización y los Efectos en la Ciudad Contemporánea
    Other Titles: 絲路之前瞻性研究 : 全球化進程及其對於當代城市之影響
    Prospective study of the Silk Road, the process of globalization and effects in the contemporary city
    Authors: 巫和瑟;Rovi, José Carlos Ulloa
    Contributors: 淡江大學美洲研究所亞太研究數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 全球化;絲路;全球化城市;城市經濟;當代城市;Globalization;Silk Road;Global City;Urban Economy;Contemporary City;Ruta de la Seda;ciudad global;Economia urbana;Ciudad contemporanea
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:29:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要分析全球化對社會之影響,並與絲路在當代城市的經濟、文化及社會層面相連結。除了敘述歷史以外,本論文以商業前景切入,比較土地開發計畫模式,考慮外部政策對空間和具體影響,探討經濟發展,以及中國、台灣、巴拿馬和城市擴充。


    The main objective of this research work is to analyze the impact of globalization in society, linking economic cultural and social aspects of the Silk Road with the contemporary city. In addition to describing historical moments, we also study the economic development and behavior of the cities of Taiwan and Panama, from commercial prospective, comparing models of territorial development plans, taking into account the external policies that influence spatial physical behavior.

    This thesis project makes an analysis that includes the context, the environment and antecedents of globalization, in different moments of history, mainly in China and Panama, the theoretical framework supports each one of the subjects developed in a descriptive way. A methodology used incorporates the collection and analysis of data that address historical uses of economic development linked to the growth of cities. The opinion of experts is of utmost importance for the structuring of this work, which likewise uses proven resources to support it.

    The result of this research intends to show an alternative that allows to harmonize the global city, with the dominant economic models, political, social and cultural aspects of Panama and Taiwan. It also shows how globalization has altered the geopolitics of these countries against the development of media technology, something very particular of contemporary globalization.
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