Partnerships and regimes: the politics of urban regeneration in the UK
Focusing on the relationship between the local authority and the business sector as just one facet of local governance, Davies (U. of York) examines a number of regeneration projects in England, which he seems to think is coterminous with the United Kingdom. From comparative case studies of Barnsley, Rotherham, Hull, and North East Lincolnshire, he draws a number of conclusions about partnerships between local governments and businesses engaged in renewal efforts. c. Book News Inc.
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