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Wealth of Nations : Cities of the future:global competition, local leadership

PricewaterhouseCoopers, PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2005년 발간

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Vision · Strategy global competition, local leadership 없음 Recommand Global

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요약

Many of the challenges and opportunities that are coming to define the early part of the 21st century are at their most visible in the cities in which a growing proportion of the world’s population now lives.

In response to the importance of cities in the global economy, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) established a City and Local Government Network in 2004. The Network aims to bring together city leaders so that they can share the experience, knowledge and insights that they have gained and to develop their ideas and strategies for the future. 

The City and Local Government Network’s vision is:

“We need new perspectives of cities, their dreams, knowledge, creativity, and motivation in order to find new ways to develop strategic city management. Therefore PwC will develop a new arena for dialogue with leaders in cities as a tool for strategic development and knowledge sharing, resulting in added value for people in cities, organisations or companies.”

In this report, the first from the network, we set out to discover the principle challenges and trends that are influencing city leaders in their strategies for delivering prosperous and socially harmonious environments for their citizens. In the course of our research, we interviewed over 40 senior figures from cities all over the world. What emerges from these interviews is a number of common themes that all city leaders, despite their specific circumstances, believe to be setting the agenda for their cities.

This report takes those themes and explores some of the strategic responses required for effective leadership. We have analysed the constituent elements of the city into a number of different asset groups, or capitals, that form the basis for developing a strategic agenda that will take a city forward. These capitals cover the people, knowledge, natural resources, technical infrastructure, finances, democratic and political aspects and cultural values that a city embodies. Using these capitals as a starting point, the report examines how different cities around the world are developing their understanding of each form of capital and assessing how they can ensure that they develop the city intelligence to make the best use of the capitals they have and develop those which may be in shorter supply. 

 

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Part 1 Cities of the future

Executive summary 1

Chapter 1 The vision for cities 7

Chapter 2 The way to the future in cities 13

Chapter 3 Managing capitals 27

Chapter 4 Capitals, the key issues 37

4.1 Intellectual and social capital 38 4.2 Democratic capital 45 4.3 Cultural and leisure capital 52 4.4 Environmental capital 57 4.5 Technical capital 62 4.6 Financial capital 69

Chapter 5 Summary and conclusions 77

Part 2 Cities in focus

List of participating cities 85

Interview summaries 86

Appendix 1 Lead authors 174

Appendix 2 Bibliography 175

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