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date: 24 January 2020

(p. xvii) List of Figures

(p. xvii) List of Figures

  1. 0.1Frequency of Geographical Bigrams Occurring in Books Included in the English-language Corpus of Google Books 10

  2. 4.1De Facto Urban Population and Urban Hukou Population, 1955–2013 85

  3. 5.1India’s Long-term Growth, 1950–2009 100

  4. 5.2Headcount Index of Poverty Using the National Poverty Line (Percentage) 103

  5. 5.3India: Real Patterns of Consumption Growth 105

  6. 6.1Employment (15–64 years) Rates (%) EU27, 2008, 2010, and 2012 117

  7. 6.2Unemployment (15–64 years) Rates (%) EU27, 2008, 2010, and 2013 118

  8. 6.3Long-term Unemployment Rates, 2008 and 2014 118

  9. 6.4Youth Unemployment (15–24 years) Rates (Percentage Labour Force) EU27, 2008, 2012, and 2013 119

  10. 6.5At Risk of Poverty or Social Exclusion (Percentage of Total Population) 121

  11. 6.6Gross Domestic Product and Employment Rates in Greece, 1996–2011 122

  12. 6.7Greek and European Union Small- and Medium-sized Enterprise performance, 2008–14 (estimates for 2011 onwards) 128

  13. 10.1Interaction Between the Environment (Resources) and the Nature of the Decision Problem 206

  14. 13.1Sewall Wright’s Fitness Landscapes 249

  15. 13.2Ecosystem Boundaries—US/Mexico Border 254

  16. 13.3Succession and Reorganization of Ecosystems 257

  17. 13.4Phase Characteristics of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem 258

  18. 17.1Portfolio of Fifty-one Traded Clusters and their Connections 327

  19. 17.2Strong IT and Analytical Instruments Clusters in the U.S., 2011 329

  20. 18.1Agglomeration and City Formation 350

  21. 18.2Internal Structure of Clusters 355

  22. 18.3Tech Sourcing in Silicon Valley Core 357

  23. 18.4Tech Sourcing Around Silicon Valley 358

  24. 20.1Strategic Coupling and Global–Local Economic Integration Through Production Networks 388

  25. 21.1Ambivalent Effect of Service Commoditization on Geographical Cluster Growth 414

  26. (p. xviii) 21.2Global Delivery Model 416

  27. 22.1Levels of Cross-border Online Purchases 442

  28. 26.1The Growth of the Creative Economy Share 502

  29. 26.2Creative Class Shares in US Metropolitan Regions 504

  30. 26.3Social, Analytical; and Physical Skills in US Metropolitan Regions 507

  31. 29.1The Structure of Finance 559

  32. 29.2The Map of Finance 560

  33. 29.3Finance in the Global Economy 562

  34. 29.4Fordism and Flexible Accumulation 568

  35. 29.5The Share of Financial and Business Services in Total Employment 569

  36. 30.1Bitcoin to US Dollar Exchange Rates, 2013–15 583

  37. 31.1Existing Opaque, Overly Packaged Form of Investment Management 600

  38. 31.2Organic Finance: Greater Investor Responsibility on Fees and Efficiency of Investment Access Points 600

  39. 34.1Notional Amount of Outstanding Over-the-Counter Commodity Derivatives, December 1998–June 2010 (US$ trillion) 651

  40. 34.2Financial Investment in Commodities, Assets Under Management, by Product, 2005–11 (US$ billion) 652

  41. 36.1Marshall’s Supply-and-Demand Curve 688

  42. 36.2Typology of the Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Value 691

  43. 36.3Economies of Production and Internalization Through the Circulation of Value 693

  44. 37.1US Field Production of Crude Oil (1000 Barrels per Day), 1920–2014 706

  45. 40.1Commodity Prices Over the Last 100 Years 752

  46. 40.2Forecast Exhaustion Dates of Minerals Extend into the Future 753

  47. 40.3Selected Planetary Boundaries Already Breached 755

  48. 40.4Progress in Solar versus Coal and Nuclear 763

  49. 41.1Gini Coefficients Among Selected Developing Countries 773

  50. 41.2Differences in Interpersonal and Territorial Income Inequalities Among Selected Countries (Second Theil Index) 774

  51. 45.1Differing City Responses to the Great Recession in the USA, 2007–09: New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and Phoenix Compared 842

  52. 45.2Stylized Reactions of a Regional Economy to a Shock 847

  53. 45.3Regional Economic Resilience as Process 849

  54. 45.4Some Potential Policy Foci for ‘Building’ Regional Adaptive Resilience 856