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Regional Policyav Ugo Fratesi1389Ännu ej utkommen – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken boken går att köpa.Regional policy is a powerful part of a government's toolkit for promoting economic prosperity. It comes in many forms and can be used to target growth in weak regions or support stronger ones. This textbook provides a comprehensive and systematic coverage of regional policy, dealing with core theory and looking at contemporary challenges in practice. Structured in three parts, the book opens with an exploration of regional policy's aims and rationale. The second part is devoted to issues of implementation, including a chapter on specific contexts such as regional policy under austerity, plus a chapter on regional policy across the world. The third part addresses regional policy evaluation and statistics and modelling in policymaking. Each chapter contains real-life examples of a regional policy topic in action, and also highlights advanced topics for curious students. On top of this, there is a companion website with PowerPoint slides, images from the book, and links to relevant websites, policy documents and further reading. With its broad coverage of the subject, Regional Policy will prove a valuable resource for advanced students, researchers and practitioners in regional policy, regional science, economic geography, planning and public policy.
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Ugo Fratesi is Associate Professor of Regional Economics at Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
Part I: Introducing Regional Policy 1. What Is Regional Policy? 2. Justifications for Regional Policy 3. Regional Policy Objectives Part II: Implementing Regional Policy 4. The Regional Policy Process and its Governance 5. Regional Policy Instruments and Targets 6. The Urban Dimension of Regional Policy 7. Regional Policy in Specific Places or Specific Situations 8. Regional Policy Evolution Internationally Part III: Assessing Regional Policy 9. Evaluating Regional Policy 10. Statistics and Models in Regional Policy Choices 11. Conclusion