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The New Localism

The New Localism
Comparative Urban Politics in a Global Era

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Volume: 164
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Planning (General)

December 1993 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
How have local economic conditions been affected by the emergence of a global economy? What changes, if any, have local political authorities made to counterbalance the new emphasis on world interests? Comprehensive and timely, this book answers these and other vital questions by exploring local political restructuring in the face of massive global economic change.
Susan E Clarke
Richard C Hula
The State Reassessed
The Privatization of Local Politics

James Chandler
Local Authorities and Economic Development in Britain
Brian Jacobs
Political Restructuring, Economic Change and the Civic Gospel

Wisla Surazska
Local Government in Poland
Political Failure and Economic Success

Gabor Peteri
Market as Pressure or Market as Possibility
The Framework of Local Economic Development in Hungary

Thomas Klak and Jamie Rulli
Regimes of Accumulation, the Caribbean Basin Initiative, and Export Processing Zones
Scales of Influence on Caribbean Development

Dele Olowu
Local Institutions and Development
The Nigerian Experience

Peter M Ngau
Political Restructuring and the Development Process in Kenya
Edward Goetz

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ISBN: 9780803949225

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