As the international economy globalises, there is a need for national infrastructure systems to adapt to form a global infrastructure system. This network of networks aids mobility between national systems as a means of supporting their territorial needs and preferences. This reflects a strategic approach to state infrastructuring as nations seek to utilise these physical systems to support and enhance their territoriality. Providing a thorough examination through the lens of economic infrastructure, the book addresses the forces of integration and fragmentation in global networks.
|Publisher||Edward Elgar Publishing|
|Number of pages||240|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
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- School of Social Sciences, Edinburgh Business School - Associate Professor
- School of Social Sciences - Associate Professor
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