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Spatial Policy as Territorial Politics: The Role of Spatial Coalitions in the Articulation of ‘Spatial’ Interests and in the Demand for Spatial Policy

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Part of the Explorations in Sociology book series (EIS, volume 19)

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This paper is intended as a contribution to two areas: state theory and the analysis of spatial policy. It is divided into three parts: first I outline the position taken here in relation to work in these two areas; then I introduce the concept of spatial coalition; finally I examine how it may be useful in understanding spatial policy.1

Keywords

Regional Policy Causal Power Class Relation Private Capital Industrial Capital 
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© Gareth Rees, Janet Bujra, Paul Littlewood, Howard Newby, and Teresa L. Rees 1985

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