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Shareholding as Managed Intervention

  • Richard Minns
  • Jennifer Thornley

Abstract

In this final chapter we discuss local and regional authority shareholding in relation to the theoretical apporaches outlined in the Introduction and the implications local and regional shareholding has for the ‘planning’ system we also outlined in the Introduction.

Keywords

Local Authority Central Government Small Firm Regional Authority Disruptive Effect 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    R. Murray, Multinational Companies and Nation States (Spokesman Books, 1975) p.64.Google Scholar
  2. 3.
    DoE, Development Plans — A Manual on Form and Content (HMSO, 1970).Google Scholar
  3. 5.
    Regional policy operated in a similar way: see G. Wood, ‘Why Small Firms Lose in the Fight for Grants’, Financial Times, (8 May 1973).Google Scholar

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© Richard Minns and Jennifer Thornley 1978

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  • Richard Minns
  • Jennifer Thornley

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