Regional Policy and Planning in Europe

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 1, 2002 - Architecture - 304 pages
Regional Policy and Planning in Europe explores the ways regional policy and planning systems across Europe have been influenced by:
* economic and monetary union
* the impending enlargement of the European Union
* the devolution of administrative power from central government to regional authorities
* the increased importance of environmental and urban issues.
Presenting a comprehensive overview of the economic basis of integration, this book examines the evolution of various systems of government, planning and forms of devolution.

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Balchin is at the University of Greenwich.

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