Massey, Doreen; Amin, Ash and Thrift, Nigel (2004). An alternative regional strategy. Association of Regional Observatories.Full text available as:
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Regions, this extract suggests, cannot bring about regional inequality without significant national level action. The key, it is claimed, is a ‘national commitment to decentre the economy’. As well as re-examining some current regional policy – such as whether knowledge transfer needs to happen locally or how foreign investment might be better harnessed – this manifesto argues that national policy needs to be made far more sensitive to the regional agenda.
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|Extra Information:||Abridged article of 'The State of Regional Research' pp 79-83
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|Interdisciplinary Research Centre:||OpenSpace Research Centre (OSRC)|
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|Date Deposited:||04 Apr 2007|
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