Knowledge and Cities

A Resource-based View
  • Chong Ju Choi
  • Carla C. J. M. Millar
  • Caroline Y. L. Wong

Abstract

Urban areas such as major cities are crucial in the development and utilization of knowledge as a resource. Many talented knowledge workers in the consulting, investment-banking, law and science and technology industries are attracted to certain global cities, not only because of the attractive work environment but also their attractive social amenities. Observations such as migration of capital and attractiveness of cities for multinational corporations (MNCs) have highlighted the importance of location in knowledge management research.

Keywords

Migration Europe Transportation Income Marketing 

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© C.J. Choi, C.C.J.M. Millar and C.Y.L. Wong 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Chong Ju Choi
  • Carla C. J. M. Millar
  • Caroline Y. L. Wong

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