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Ghiridharan, Vijay Sathya (author)
In the 21st century, maritime landscape is confronted with issues such as congestion and delays due to the ever increasing maritime trade volumes.<br/>This thesis explores the possibility of utilizing the concept of amphibious vehicles as a potential solution to address the issue of congestion and enabling the autonomous container terminal...
master thesis 2023
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Abhishek Rajaram, Abhishek (author)
Transshipment is a key component of modern-day shipping logistics. Container supply chains rely on transhipment hubs to access remote locations. With globalisation driving growth in container trade, maritime congestion is rising at container terminals in ports worldwide. This is expected to worsen as demand continues to grow. The ill effects of...
master thesis 2023
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Oorschot, L.M. (author)
Vlak voordat de eerste corona avondklok werd ingesteld, opende het Haagse<br/>onderwijs- en cultuurcomplex Amare na vijftien jaar vol gekopte ambities<br/>zijn deuren. Één gebouw voor het Residentie Orkest, het Nederlands<br/>Danstheater en het Koninklijk Conservatorium op een prominente plaats in<br/>de stad. Gelegen aan het Spuiplein vormt het...
report 2022
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Lin, Shu-Yu (author)
As the creative industries started gaining their recognition as beneficial forces for socio-economic transformation in the 1990s, there have been plenty of discussions regarding such phenomenon in urban planning policy and academia. While certain sectors of creative industries are enjoying the economic growth brought by globalisation, some...
master thesis 2020
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Gopalakrishnan, Malavika (author)
The phenomenon of ‘globalisation of water’ (A. Y. Hoekstra &amp; Hung, 2005) talks about the importance of recognizing the adverse effects on local freshwater resources from a global perspective. The trade of water through the export and import of products results in ‘virtual water flows’ (Arjen Y. Hoekstra &amp; Mekonnen, 2012), which leads to...
master thesis 2020
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Bhatt, Jahnavi (author), Boudouaya, Oumkaltoum (author), Koskeridou, Eleni Maria (author), Mohamed Rani, Marina (author), Ravichandrakumar, Dhushyanth (author)
The Greater Bay Area, known as the GBA, ultimately incorporates 11 main cities (consisting of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), the Macao Special Administrative Region (Macao SAR) as well as the municipalities of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen, and Zhaoqing) into an urbanised...
student report 2019
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van Vliet, Reinier (author)
As a result of the vigorous and complex forces of globalization, which continue to increase the connectedness of our global village, tourism and the search for authentic experiences rise. While being aware of the paradoxes that come with authenticity, this co-living building at the Weteringcircuit in Amsterdam provides digital nomads with basic...
master thesis 2019
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van Ardenne, Maurits (author)
We have entered a new époque, transforming our societies from the mechanical to the digital. This unlocks a lot of new opportunities and abilities, but also results into big societal and behavioural changes, which need to be addressed in our built environment. Architecture seems to have disappeared on the background, while technological...
master thesis 2019
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De Haan, G. (author)
This project explores the fragmentation of the global city of London. Current urban development practices are being compared to historic urban structures, such as the high streets, in order to explore the potential for a stronger integration between global and local. The outcomes of the research are used to propose a manifesto for the integrated...
master thesis 2016
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Liu, Tao (author), Sun, L. (author)
In 1999 the State Council of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) introduced the Regulation on the Minimum Living Standard Scheme (MLSS, or dibao) for urban residents in China. Policy learning from different parts of the world significantly shaped the formation and expansion of the MLSS, and Chinese social policy researchers have drawn...
journal article 2016
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De Veen, J.J. (author)
The general aim of this essay is to better understand the effects of globalization on architecture as well as its inherent possibilities. This research has specifically been oriented on architectural attitudes towards these processes. In order to gain an understanding of globalization processes their socio-economic consequences are first...
master thesis 2014
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Mehryar, S. (author)
“While it is important to identify world cities, it is also important to identify the lack of connectivity. Silences are as interesting as utterances. They tell us much about the process of globalization.” (Short, 2008) Silences refer to the cities whose connectivity is less than that predicted by their population, and they are called Black...
master thesis 2012
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Fellows, R. (author), Liu, A. (author)
In almost 20 Years since Latham published the interim report ‘Trust and Money’ in which he asserted that there was too little of either in the UK construction industry, has anything changed? This paper addresses issues of what trust is, how it is created and its fragility, and progresses to examine how trust operates in the construction industry...
conference paper 2011
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Swinkels, W.R. (author)
Thesis how to develop the area around the airport of Rotterdam into a new urban node.
master thesis 2009
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Neuteboom, P. (author)
Homeownership rates have risen all over Europe during the last decades The result of a symbiosis between changing preferences of individual households and a government that - for divers’ political and economical reasons - promoted self-reliance on housing which in many cases matured in promoting homeownership. This paper comprises an extensive...
conference paper 2008
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Kuipers, R.H. (author)
By modernizing the city, Beijing is upgrading to a higher level of prosperity. At the same time though we see the reverse side of a global development, the interventions in the city ruin parts of the city by destroying its traditional architecture, in particular the traditional hutong-areas, which are one of the main characteristics of this city...
master thesis 2007
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Chen, Y. (author)
The emerging of large-scale urban (re)development projects presents a complex situation for local urban managers to deal with. They involve various local-global actors, public-private sectors and flow of finance and know-how from far beyond local city boundaries. Developing projects as such can be prolonged. In the development of Pudong New Area...
doctoral thesis 2007
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De Decker, P. (author)
Workshop 1. Session A. Abstract. The OSIS research project focussed -among other issues- on the strategies of households to secure home ownership. This is an intriguing research question for Belgian scholars, since (1) Belgian governments already since the end of the 19th century continuously promoted home ownership, (2) home ownership became ...
conference paper 2006
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Steijns, Y. (author), Koutamanis, A. (author)
book chapter 2003
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Heintz, J.L. (author)
book chapter 2003
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