NCKU Curriculum Map
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REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

1. The reasons for studying regional economy; 2. Regional equilibrium; 3. Location theory of neoclassical economics; 4. Unbalanced regional growth model; 5. Technology change and regional development; 6. Theory and practice of growth poles; 7. Globalization and international cooperation; 8. Industrial clusters; 9. New regionalism; 10. Regional advantages; 11. The theory and practice of industrial areas; 12. Resources, manufacturing, knowledge, post-industrial-oriented regional development planning.

Course Goal
A. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design professionals with globe vision, execution ability and leadership.
B. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design researchers with scientific vision and innovation ability.
C. Cultivating high-level spatial planning and design teaching faculty with inter-disciplinary, forward-looking and globe visions.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • With global vision and foreign language proficiency. PhD graduates are able to publish academic paper internationally.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to grasp the content of spatial planning and design theories and development issues.
  • PhD graduates are able to teach planning (/design) professional courses and supervise students.
  • Courses of Recent Years
    Year/
    Semester
    Course
    Number
    Class
    Code
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    Instructor
    0108/2 P271500 []REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 3.0 N
    0107/2 P271500 []REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 3.0 N
    0106/2 P271500 []REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 3.0 N
    0105/2 P271500 []REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 3.0 N