Reading the Global Knowledge Economy as Dominant Capitalist Global Economic Order Maintained through Network-like Spatial Formats and Hegemonial Power Relations
Marian Brainoo, Markus Sattler & Thilo Lang (all SFB 1199 & IfL Leipzig)
The weekly colloquium of the Collaborative Research Centre provides a forum for presentations by external guests as well as by members of the SFB 1199 within a tailored thematic framework. The format helps to create a common ground for discussion between guests, the Collaborative Research Centre, as well as the wider academic public. The complete program can be found here.
The main objective of the sub-project A02 is to analyse the relevance and impact of discursively produced spatial orders through the hegemonic idea of a global knowledge economy. This colloquium aims to discuss their relevance for core-periphery-relations and impact on innovation activities and the development of transnational technology enterprises in ‘peripheral’ locations, i.e. outside the bigger urban agglomerations in the South Caucasus and Sub-Sahara Africa. Finally, we aim to present some forms of organic coupling through examples from domestic firms active in international markets producing an alternative reading of capitalist dominance.
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