Red Iberoamericana de Investigadores sobre Globalización y Territorio (RII)
Hispano-American Network of Researchers in Globalization and Territory
Main Website: https://seminariorii.uaemex.mx/index.html
1994-03 Pereira Colombia
Related initiatives developed after an international seminar on "the geographical consequences of social and economic transformations resulting from the increasing internationalization of capital and the scientific-technical revolution", organized by the Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ILPES) of the United Nations and the Institute for Urban Studies (Instituto de Estudios Urbanos IEU) from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Aug 1989, Santiago de Chile (Chile). Organization established after the international seminar on the impact of the process of economic opening, State reform, and productive restructuring on territories, 22-24 March 1994, Pereira (Colombia).
Foster and coordinate research on geographical transformations caused by the advancement of restructuring and globalization processes.
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