A New Dimension of sister City Relationships in the 21st Century: A Pilot Study in Australia
Chung, Mona and Mascitelli, Bruno 2009, A New Dimension of sister City Relationships in the 21st Century: A Pilot Study in Australia, in Business Strategies and Technological Innovations for Sustainable Development : Creating Global Prosperity for Humanity : Global Business and Technology Association : Eleventh International Conference Readings Book, Global Business and Technology Association, Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 228-235.
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Business Strategies and Technological Innovations for Sustainable Development : Creating Global Prosperity for Humanity : Global Business and Technology Association : Eleventh International Conference Readings Book
Delener, Nejdet Fuxman, Leonora Lu, F. Victor Putnova, Anna Rivera-Solis, Luis Eduardo
Global Business and Technology Association Conference
Global Business and Technology Association
Place of publication
Prague, Czech Republic
Sister City agreements have historically provided a goodwill platform for countries 10 undertake activities for the enhancement of peaceful and cooperative relations. They have also become instruments for cities 10 develop their own form of internationalization and to provide for specific activities of cullural, educational or other similar cooperative exchanges between cities generally in different nations. Sisler City Relationships are broadly-based, officially approved, long-IeI'm partnership between two communities in two countries. Using on-line questionnaires distributed through the membership of Australian Sisler City Association (ASCA), this pilot study confirmed that the existing relationships are mainly focused on cultural exchange, education and council exchange. An overwhelming majority of the local governments, however, are ready for the extension of the Sister City Relationship by developing business and economic related activities. in fact the pilot study confirms this research is timely and necessaty especially in developing policy guidelines and operation frameworks.
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