An Effective Regional Policy?

  • Marion Temple
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Abstract

With the benefit of hindsight it is relatively easy to criticise early regional policy initiatives in the UK for being too broad-based and therefore not highly cost effective in the attainment of their primary objective of reducing interregional economic and social disparities. Some of the changes made to the direction of regional policy since the early 1970s have therefore represented the focusing of regional policy upon narrower objectives.

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References and Further Reading

  1. Armstrong, Harvey and J. Taylor (1993) Regional Economics and Policy 2nd edn (London: Harvester Wheatsheaf).Google Scholar
  2. Batemen, Michael (1985) Office Development: A Geographical Analysis (Beckenham: Croom Helm).Google Scholar
  3. Fothergill, S. and N. Guy (1990) Retreat from the Regions (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers/Regional Studies Association).Google Scholar
  4. Leigh, C. and J. Stillwell (1992) ‘Yorkshire and Humberside’, in Townroe and Martin (1992).Google Scholar
  5. Plater. Alan (1969) Close the Coalhouse Door (London: Methuen).Google Scholar
  6. Townroe, P. and R. Martin (eds) (1992) Regional Development in the 1990s (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers/Regional Studies Association).Google Scholar

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© Marion Temple 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Marion Temple
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  1. 1.School of Real Estate ManagementOxford Brookes UniversityUK

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