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Economic literature: papers , articles , software , chapters , books. To achieve this objective, the EU has being tried to get involved multiple strategies. Weidong Cheng, Handle: RePEc:ntu:ntugeo:vol5-iss as. Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. Rather, satellite data highlights the proximity between these rough but useful regional estimates contributing to the global economy—and supercities are at the heart of it.
Economic geographer Jean Gottman popularized the Greek term, referring to the booming and unprecedented urbanization in Bos-Wash —the northeast stretch from Boston and New York down to Washington, D. By looking at adjacent metropolitan areas rather than country-level data, it can help provide an entirely new perspective on the global distribution of economic activity.
Each megaregion contributes significantly to the global growth engine, but arguably, certain areas pull more weight than others. The corridor hosts some of the highest-paying sectors: information technology, finance, and professional services.
Abstract: The economic mathematical model of the world economy system transformation has been developed in the article. The main hypotheses of the. This revised, extended and updated edition of Robert Solomon's well-received The Transformation of the World Economy assesses the remarkable changes in.
Of these, Greater Tokyo in Japan is the largest, while Shandong might be a name that fewer people are familiar with. Sandwiched between Beijing and Shanghai, the coastal province houses multiple high-tech industrial and export processing zones. This trend shows no sign of slowing down, as megacities are on the rise in the coming decade.
Eventually, more Indian and African megaregions will make its way onto this list, led by cities like Lagos and Chennai. Stay tuned to Visual Capitalist for a North America-specific outlook coming soon, and a deep dive into the biggest factors contributing to the growth of these megaregions. Since the turn of the century, only a meager 5. Gender equality has made significant strides since the days of Rosie the Riveter. The kicker? Across the large-cap companies in the index, only 70 women have ever held the position of CEO or similar titles—and only 28 women currently have this status.
Since the index is fluid and regularly updated, women CEOs were selected based on whether their company was listed in the index during their tenure. Out of all the sectors represented on the timeline, the top categories are retail with 14 women CEOs, engineering and tech with 10 women CEOs, and finance with 9 women CEOs. Only two women CEOs show up more than twice on the timeline. Women CEOs still lead a meager 5.
Such stunted growth is setting back equality at the C-suite level drastically. From the outset, fewer women than men are hired at the entry level. And at every subsequent step, the representation of women further declines. Email address. Connect with us. The Intersection of Data and Powerful Visuals Interpreting massive amounts of data on how the world is changing can be taxing for even the most brilliant thinkers.
The best place to see this is in how the market values businesses. Will atoms ever be more valuable than bytes again? Interesting Facts: 2. Regardless of what is money and what is not, people are borrowing record amounts of it. Interesting Facts: 3. Will this growth continue, and where will it come from?
How will the wealth landscape look a decade from now?
Interesting Facts: 4. Eastern Promises The economic rise of China has been a compelling story for decades.
Interesting Facts: 6. Interesting Facts: 7. Shifting Human Geography Global demographics are always shifting, but the population tidal wave in the coming decades will completely reshape the global economy. Interesting Facts: 8. The Trade Paradox By definition, a consensual and rational trade between two parties is one that makes both parties better off.
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Greater Tokyo Tokyo Asia Seoul-San Seoul, Busan Asia Beijing Beijing, Tianjin Asia Shanghai Shanghai, Hangzhou Asia Taipei Taipei Asia Cascadia Seattle, Portland North America 8. Vienna-Budapest Vienna, Budapest Europe Osaka-Nagoya tied Osaka, Nagoya Asia 9. Shandong Jinan, Zibo, Dongying Asia