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Conhecimento, Inova??o e Território
Vale,Mário;
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2009,
Abstract: the process of globalization and the knowledge-based economy pose new challenges for the development of cities and regions, due to the establishment of new organizational architectures and spatial networks of knowledge. the combination of local and distant networks of knowledge have profound implications on innovation and territorial development, requiring a renewed role in the action of regional and local institutions, traditionally trained to promote local dynamics of innovation. this article specifically discusses the issues of buzz, geographical proximity and agglomeration and distant innovation networks, and provides the theoretical ?background? for the papers published in this special issue on the theme ?knowledge, innovation and territory.?
Las esculturas barrocas italianas de los jardines de la embajada de Espa a en Lisboa
M. Vale, Teresa Leonor
Archivo Espa?ol de Arte , 2006,
Abstract: In the gardens of the seventeenth century palace, property of the kingdom of Spain, in which is the Spanish embassy in Lisbon, we can observe a group —although not an homogeneous one, for the different dates and geographical origins (Genoa and eventually Rome)— of Italian baroque sculpture. D. Luís Lobo da Silveira (1640-1706) and D. Rodrigo da Silveira Silva e Teles (1663-1735), second and third counts of Sarzedas, owners of the palace in the 17th century and first decades of 18th century, were almost certainly the commissioners of this works, that today still remain in the property: three fountains (in the upper garden), a statue of Hercules (that belonged to another ancient fountain) and four (allegorical or mythological) statues in the yard. These last four statues in particular, assume a special importance because they enrich the panorama of Italian sculpture imported to Portugal in the baroque period and they prove the existence of works by the Genoese sculptor Bernardo Schiaffino (1678-1725) in Portugal, fact that remained unknown until now. En los jardines del palacio del sigo XVII, propiedad del Estado Espa ol, que alberga su embajada en Lisboa, es posible apreciar un notable conjunto – aunque no homogéneo, ya que es cronológicamente diversificado (siglos XVII y XVIII) y también con distintas proveniencias (Génova y probablemente Roma) – de obras de escultura barroca italiana. D. Luís Lobo de la Silveira (1640–1706) y D. Rodrigo da Silveira Silva e Teles (1663–1735), respectivamente 2o y 3o condes de Sarzedas, propietarios del palacio durante el siglo XVII y primeras décadas del XVIII, habrán sido los responsables del encargo de estas piezas, de las cuales hoy sobreviven las siguientes: tres fuentes localizadas en el jardín superior, una estatua de Hércules (perteneciente a una antigua fuente) y además cuatro figuras (de carácter mitológico o alegórico) en el patio. Estas cuatro últimas estatuas en particular son de especial importancia, una vez que enriquecen el panorama de la escultura italiana importada por agentes portugueses en el barroco y prueban la existencia en Portugal (y concretamente en los jardines del palacio de la embajada de Espa a) de obras del escultor genovés Bernardo Schiaffino (1678–1725), un hecho hasta aquí desconocido por la historiografía del arte portugués y extranjero.
Pequenas empresas e desenvolvimento territorial: estruturas produtivas, medidas de apoio à indústria e intreven o dos municípios
Mário Vale
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 1991,
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Local: uma escala de análise privilegiada em Geografia? - Uma leitura do projecto C.U.R.S
Mário Vale
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 1990,
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Conhecimento, inova o e território
Mário Vale
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2009,
Abstract: Knowledge, innovation and territory. The process of globalization and the knowledge-based economy pose new challenges for the development of cities and regions, due to the establishment of new organizational architectures and spatial networks of knowledge. The combination of local and distant networks of knowledge have profound implications on innovation and territorial development, requiring a renewed role in the action of regional and local institutions, traditionally trained to promote local dynamics of innovation. This article specifically discusses the issues of buzz, geographical proximity and agglomeration and distant innovation networks, and provides the theoretical “background” for the papers published in this special issue on the theme “Knowledge, Innovation and Territory.”
Imbrica o de empresas transnacionais: uma análise do cluster automóvel em Portugal
Mário Vale
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2000,
Abstract: EMBEDDEDNESS OF TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS: A STUDY OF THEAUTOMOBILE CLUSTER IN PORTUGAL. The research carried out in this paper aims at understanding the economic action of embeddedness on ongoing socio-spatial structures and to conceptualise the role of inward investment in the regional development process. The stereotypical plundering of regional resources by foreign capital seems, in many cases, to belong to the past. Large firms, such as the transnationals, tend to emulate some organisational models characteristic to firms established in industrial districts, so that they develop strong ties with the socio-spatial structure. The study of the automobile cluster polarised by Autoeuropa comprehends the analysis of linkages between Autoeuropa and the suppliers, corporate culture and institutional relations in different domains. The results of the study are clearly against the stereotype of cathedral in the desert and somehow lend support to the possibilities of transnational corporations embeddedness in the spatial structures of ongoing social relations.
'Greenfields' and 'Brownfields': automotive industrial development in the UK and in Portugal
Andrew Pike,Mário Vale
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 1996,
Abstract: The industrial policy in the UK and in Portugal, as in most EU countries, seeks to attract new investment capacity, to create jobs and to promote the impact of the so-called "demonstration efect" of "greenfield" development strategies pursued in the new plants of inward investors on existing or "brownfield" plants. This industrial policy focus is particularly evident in the automobile industry.This paper compares the industrial policy oriented towards the automobile industry in the UK and in Portugal. Two recent "greenfield" investments are analised: Nissan in the North-East region (UK) and Ford/VW in the Setúbal Peninsula (Portugal), as well as three "brownfield" plants: Ford Halewood and GM Vauxhall Ellesmere Port in the North-West region (UK) and Renault in Setúbal (Portugal). The first part starts with a discussion of industrial policy in the automobile sector, the role of "greenfield" development strategies and the "demonstration effect" on "brownfield" plants. Then, the limits of new inward investment are pointed out, basically their problems and restrictions. Afterwards, the structural barriers to the "demonstration effect" within "brownfield" plants are outlined and some possabilities for alternative "brownfield" development strategies are presented.
Desinvestimento industrial e as regi es portuguesas. Reflexos da mudan a no espa o económico internacional
Mário Vale,Rui Dias
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 2002,
Abstract: INDUSTRIAL DIVESTMENT AND PORTUGUESE REGIONS WITHIN THE CHANGES IN THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC SPACE. The spatial impacts of capital mobility, especially foreign capital, are becoming increasingly complex and are extent, divestment is, in essence, another strategic option of firms and it may not be necessarily negative for regions. Still, the impacts are not identical to investment. In economic analysis, divestment in certain activities is seen as necessary to achieve regional economic restructuring. However, the time gap between the creation and destruction of activities frequently causes social and economic problems in regions. Starting with a conceptual framework of divestment, we then analyse the recent evolution of industrial employment and product in order to provide a macro-economic framework for the analysis of employment creation and destruction flows that follows. This analysis has a sectorial and regional perspective aimed at identifying different paths by regions. Finally, specific cases of foreign divestment, which have recently occurred in Portugal, are discussed, illustrating not only a micro-economic perspective of divestment but also the changes in the global value chains that point to a (re)positioning of the country in the international division of labour.
Highlights from PHENIX II: Exploring the QCD medium
Carla M. Vale,for the PHENIX Collaboration
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2009.09.013
Abstract: Much of the present experimental effort at RHIC is now directed towards understanding the properties of the hot and dense colored medium created in A+A collisions. Recent results from PHENIX on the dynamical evolution of the medium and its response to high momentum probes are presented, and their impact on our overall understanding of heavy-ion collisions is discussed.
Elliptic Flow in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC
Carla M. Vale,for the PHOBOS Collaboration
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1088/0954-3899/31/4/006
Abstract: Elliptic flow is an interesting probe of the dynamical evolution of the dense system formed in the ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC). The elliptic flow dependences on transverse momentum, centrality, and pseudorapidity were measured using data collected by the PHOBOS detector, which offers a unique opportunity to study the azimuthal anisotropies of charged particles over a wide range of pseudorapidity. These measurements are presented, together with an overview of the analysis methods and a discussion of the results.
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