3 edition of regeneration of local economies found in the catalog.
regeneration of local economies
|LC Classifications||HC257.S4 M67 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||86021823|
urban regeneration, which is a mainly a strategy to attract private capital. Key words: underutilized, outdated, multifunctional, accessibility, transformation. 1. Context In recent years, concerns related to the natural and social environment have led to a change in approach to the economic development of the city. Throughout the £5bn regeneration of Britain's rail stations making local economies stronger A £bn regeneration of Britain’s railway stations is spearheading economic growth, according to new analysis published alongside a report on how communities can make the most of investment in their ://
Social regeneration is about the transformative processes that, through institutional choices that embody cooperation and inclusion, develop opportunities and capabilities for weak categories, and transversally for society. The challenge of social regeneration can be addressed, in part, through organisational solutions increasingly identified with social economy organisations, since they are Regeneration in US Agriculture There is a rise in the popularity of local food, and farmers are cashing in on this trend. By Hugh Finlay. A New Market. There is a rising demand for locally grown food in the US, according to a new book produced by the US Department of ://?v=f5cdbj7rpbgsu.
This Research Agenda provides both a state-of-the-art review of existing research on city-regions, and expands on new research approaches. Expert contributors from across the globe explore key areas for reading city-regions, including: trade, services and people, regional differentiation, big data, global production networks, governance and policy, and regional :// Each chapter describes the ways in which urban elites have responded to declining local economies and to changes in national policy. The contributors, who have lived and worked in the countries described, offer unique insight into the role of leadership and the impact of economic change on ://kcom/pdf/leadership-and-urban-regeneration.
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Genre/Form: Book: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morison, Hugh. Regeneration of local economies. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Clarendon Press ; New York Economic impact and regeneration of local communities. Work in this area divides into six broad categories – the economic benefits to be derived from general increases in fitness and health; the overall economic importance of sport to the economy; the economic importance of sports teams Much of our research has focused on the economies of deprived localities, with a particular interest in the implications of devolution and regional governance.
Recent work has contributed to the UK government's review of sub-national economic development and regeneration, and to the economic development aspects of local area :// /centres/ceedr/local-and-regional-economic-regeneration-policy.
The document includes five papers on the implications and applications of regeneration by the Regeneration Project, based in Emmaus, Pa. The first paper, "Regenerating America: Meeting the Challenge of Building Local Economies," (Medard Gabel) defines regeneration as economic regeneration of local economies book and growth, fostered by diversification within a local ://?id=ED Book a school visit, classroom workshop or teacher-training session.
Free Teaching Resources. Access videos, worksheets, lesson plans and games in local economies to build a strong understanding of how investment in research and innovation will contribute to the regeneration of local economies going forward through the development of local Making the most of existing social capital and providing opportunities for local people to be involved in regeneration is a vital part of making the best use of limited :// Practicing Law in the Sharing Economy: Helping People Build Cooperatives, Social Enterprise, and Local Sustainable Regeneration of local economies book, by Janelle Orsi.
To most law students and lawyers, practicing transactional law isn’t an obvious path to saving the world. But as the world’s economic and ecological meltdowns demand that we redesign our livelihoods, our enterprises, our communities, our The Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) have published the second provocation in their new series, ‘CLES on regeneration’, arguing regeneration needs recalibration ‘in order to root the development of our economy in the pursuit of social, economic and environmental justice’.
The report examines the initial achievements of regeneration in the UK from the s towhich The Economies of Deprived Neighbourhoods.
Commissioned by Department of Communities and Local Government (CLG) This research commissioned ininvolved managing a programme of reviews of the evidence base in respect to various key policy issues related to the economies ().
Urban redevelopment, compulsory purchase, and the regeneration of local economies: The case of Cardiff Docklands. Planning Practice & Research: Vol. 4, No. 3 Local regeneration, and action on local issues, is fundamental to the sustainability of local communities.
This is especially the case in the UK, with the Government focus on such approaches as Local Enterprise Partnerships and neighbourhood development plans, and further devolution proposals in the :// Groundwork is a federation of local action networks whose impact commands attention as a potential model for application worldwide.
Groundwork projects aim to improve the local quality of life, to foster links between companies and communities, and to involve all parties in the sustainable regeneration of local economies and :// 7. Regeneration Economies: A Research Agenda: Governance, policy and regional development Jennifer Clark 8.
Mobile phone operators, their (big) data and urban analysis Emmanouil Tranos, John Steenbruggen and Peter Nijkamp 9. Linking Research and Policy for Local Economies Max Nathan The relationship between research, public policy and local economies is explored in this chapter.
The analysis is based on a discussion of how research–policy interactions and challenges play out by exploring a recently established government experiment in the UK – the ‘What Works’ network. This has established a number of ‘What Works Centres’ that gather, evaluate and translate Small towns in South Africa are embarking on regeneration programmes to not only capitalise on this tourism trend, but also to develop the potential in the broader local economies.
Situated in the Eastern Cape Province in the Amahlathi Local Municipality, Keiskammahoek is such one town. The town, which is located in one of the seven local This work provides an analysis and an optimization model of the spatial impact for the urban policies of local governments in terms of urban regeneration and rehabilitation of degraded historic :// idis, C.
Ioja, I. Saghin - Urban Regeneration through Industrial Restructuring of Brownfields 47 th ISOCARP Congress 1 Urban Regeneration through Industrial Restructuring of Brownfields in the Local Economies of Post Communist Regeneration definition: the act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated; rebirth or renewal | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples We study the local economic impacts of a major regeneration programme aimed at enhancing the quality of life of local people in deprived neighbourhoods in the UK.
The analysis is based on a panel of firm and area level data available at small spatial scales. Our identification strategies involve: a) exploiting the fine spatial scale of our data to study how effects vary with distance to the Local Regeneration Handbook.
Local regeneration, and action on local issues, is fundamental to the sustainability of local communities. This is especially the case in the UK, with the Government focus on such approaches as Local Enterprise Partnerships and neighbourhood development plans, and further devolution proposals in the ://.
Industrial districts and local economic regeneration. Geneva: International Institute for Labour Studies, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: F Pyke; Werner SengenbergerThe focus of this chapter is on city-regions located in a context of ‘regeneration economies’ or in other words areas that are experiencing an ongoing process of recovery, adaptation or in-depth transformation.
This process of transformation is occurring in all city-regions, but with different drivers, both exogenous and endogenous, and with variations in intensity and ://Based on some five years of European research within the TURAS program on transitions, resilience and sustainability, “Bridges to Local Economies” is a handbook looking at the role of the ‘bridging actor’ in facilitating resilient and sustainable local economies.
While the book has a focus on public authorities – whom have traditionally been charged as the guardians of ‘public