GaWC

AcronymDefinition
GaWCGlobalization and World Cities (Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK)
GaWCGerman-American Women's Club (Germany)
GaWCGlobal Alliance for Workers and Communities (est. 1999)
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(18.) Globalization and World Cities (GaWC) Research Network, 'Measuring the World City Network: New Results and Developments', GaWC Research Bulletin 300, 2009, [Online] available at http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/rb/rb300.html, accessed on February 1, 2018.
(6) The GaWC classification derives from a Research Project, directed by the Geography Department at Loughborough University, funded by the Flemish Fund for Scientific Research and conducted by an international network and its results are based upon the studies made in 707 cities.
Despues de obtener el ISMEG, el objetivo consiste en cruzar este ranking con el indice sintetico del GAWC (ISGAWC) para evaluar la funcionalidad de los nucleos, valorando su caracter multifuncional o especializado, y el puesto que ocupan en los diferentes rankings.
(71.) John Allen, "Powerful City Networks: More than Connections, Less than Domination and Control," GaWC Research Bulletin 270 (Loughborough, UK: University of Loughborough, 2008).
The city is also renowned internationally as a fashion and design capital, and is recognized by Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network (GaWC) as one of the world's major Alpha cities for its global influence in commerce, industry, music, sport, literature, and art.
Anexo 3: Ciudades Mundiales Ciudades Mundiales Santiago 1 Caracas 2 Rio de Janeiro 4 Buenos Aires 4 Cidades do Mexico 6 Toronto 10 Amsterda 10 Sao Paolo 10 Hong Kong 11 Sydney 11 Chicago 12 Los Angeles 12 Zurich 13 Paris 15 Tokio 15 Londres 15 Nova York 15 Fuente: THE GaWC INVENTORY OF WORLD CITIES.
Peter Taylor is Professor of Geography and Co-Director of the Globalization and World Cities (GaWC) Study Group and Network at the University of Loughborough.