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Mohsen Abedidorcheh,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)

The rapid and growing trend of metropolises on the way to becoming global cities and world cities is affected by the increasing political, economic, cultural and scientific dimensions of the political geography of the city. Cities, as living beings, evolve from the new city to the mother city, the metropolis, the world city, and the world city. In this competitive environment, metropolises try to improve their level of competitiveness with competitors. In this study, the researcher compares the performance of the two metropolises of Tehran and Istanbul among the metropolises of the Islamic world based on the criteria and functions of the world cities based on indexing for world cities based on the opinion of political geography thinkers in the study of world cities. What is the position of the city in the ranking of world cities. For this purpose, the relevant maps have been prepared using ArcMap software and the existing numerical indicators and criteria have been studied in a descriptive-analytical manner. With the analysis, it was concluded that in most indicators, the performance of Istanbul has a better position than Tehran and it is well placed in the network society and flow space of global cities, which, of course, for various reasons such as geopolitical position, open economic space and other indicators. The results of a comparative study of the situation of these two metropolises, causes a more appropriate design of the future landscape of these cities by managers in order to achieve a global city.

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