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Regions and regionalisation through business clusters : the roles of territory and networks in European and North American city regions

Author: Tassilo Herrschel
Publisher: [Bradford, England] : Emerald, [2009]
Series: International journal of public sector management, v. 22, no. 3.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This e-book draws on papers presented and discussed at the ESRC-funded seminar series on 'Business Clusters and Regionalisation', held in London in 2005/6. This series brought together academics and practitioners engaged in questions of region building and 'best' forms of regional governance in economic development in metropolitan areas. In particular, discussions centered on the relationship between varying and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tassilo Herrschel
ISBN: 9781848556379 1848556373
OCLC Number: 436212678
Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed Sept. 10, 2009).
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Understanding city-regional cooperation : what works where / Peter Newman --
The Northern Way : a pan-regional associational network / Joyce Liddle --
A governance blueprint for the "federalist" Manchester City Region / Daniel Charles Mouawas --
The path to regional competitiveness : business-civic leadership and geoeconomics in metropolitan Philadelphia / Karen J. Hanson --
America's emerging megaregions and implications for a national growth strategy / Petra Todorovich --
New concepts of strategic spatial planning dilemmas in the Dutch Randstad region / Willem Salet and Johan Woltjer --
Regionalisation in the Gdańsk area : virtual disintegration and functional cooperation / Mariusz Czepczyński --
New regions and regionalisation through clusters : city-regions and new problems for the periphery / Mike Danson --
Regionalisation, "virtual" spaces and "real" territories : a view from Europe and North America / Tassilo Herrschel.
Series Title: International journal of public sector management, v. 22, no. 3.
Responsibility: guest editor, Tassilo Herrschel.

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This e-book draws on papers presented and discussed at the ESRC-funded seminar series on 'Business Clusters and Regionalisation', held in London in 2005/6. This series brought together academics and practitioners engaged in questions of region building and 'best' forms of regional governance in economic development in metropolitan areas. In particular, discussions centered on the relationship between varying and changing formations of economic spaces, and the territories of regulation devised by related policies.

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