Strategy and Partnership in Cities and Regions Economic Development and Urban Regeneration in Pittsburgh, Birmingham and Rotterdam by Na Na
  

Strategy and Partnership in Cities and Regions Economic Development and Urban Regeneration in Pittsburgh, Birmingham and Rotterdam

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Strategy and Partnership in Cities and Regions Economic Development and Urban Regeneration in Pittsburgh, Birmingham and Rotterdam by Na Na

Policy-makers in Pittsburgh, Birmingham and Rotterdam are confronted with rapidly changing social and economic environments. Public- and private-sector organizations in the three cities are increasingly addressing regional issues strategically, and are joining together in partnerships to promote competitiveness and economic growth. This book covers the complexities of modern governance under such circumstances, the diversity and patterning of public-private partnerships and networks, and the changing economic development strategies of city governments and organizations.

About the Author

Brian Jacobs is Professor of Public Policy at the School of Health, Staffordshire University.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
247 pages

Author

Na Na
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan
www.springer.com/

Publication date

15th July 2000

ISBN

9781349627912


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