Regional Development Agencies and Business Change (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
264
Utgivningsdatum
2017-10-27
Förlag
Routledge
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781138740624
Regional Development Agencies and Business Change (inbunden)

Regional Development Agencies and Business Change

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This title was first published in 2000. Providing an introduction to contemporary regional economic development issues, this book analyzes whether the Regional Development Agencies (ROAs) have the organizational capacities to cope with complex business and economic development challenges.
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Contents: Introduction: Regional development agencies and business change. Organizing for Regional Development in England and Wales: Whitehall, devolution and the English regions, John Mawson; The new English regional project: integrating the work of the RDAs with other elements of regional planning, development and management, Peter Roberts; New regional development agencies in England: wicked issues, John Shutt; Regional development agencies: the experience of Wales, Philip Boland and John Lovering. Business Change and Regional Development in the West Midlands: Preface to part II: an overview of the West Midlands economy, Barbara Smith and Chris Collinge; The automotive industry: change and challenge for the RDAs, Gill Bentley; Towards an innovation-rich regional system for product and process development in rubber and plastics, Barbara Tilson; Change and development in the business services sector: an emerging regional agenda, Margareta Dahlstrom; The ICT industries: corporate behaviour and regional change, Chris Collinge and Alan Srbljanin. Conclusion: Some critical issues for regional development agencies in England, Gill Bentley and John Gibney; Appendices; Index.