The City in Transition: Policies and Agencies for the Economic Regeneration of Clydeside
William Lever, Chris Moore (B.A.)
Clarendon Press, 1986 - Clyde, Firth of (Scotland) - 173 pages
This is a study of economic change, the labor market, and public policy in the Clydeside region of Scotland. It offers an example of an economy that has significantly changed over the last two decades and a city that has responded with the widest range of urban policies for economic regeneration and job creation of any city in Britain.
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Developments in Glasgows Labour Market Alan McGregor
Old Policies in a New Role William Lever
Policies for Enterprise in Clyde
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activity Agency analysis approach areas assistance attract authorities become benefit capital cent central Chapter Clydeside community businesses component concentrated concerned conurbation cost Council created creation decline demand Department direct District economic development effect employed employment engineering Enterprise established example existing expenditure factory figure firms funds GEAR Glasgow grants groups growth housing impact important improvement increase indicated industrial initiatives inner city investment involved issues labour labour force labour market less located long-term loss major male manufacturing measures ment needs objectives offer operate opportunities outer outer conurbation particular period planning political potential problem programmes projects proportion rates regeneration regional relative response role schemes Scotland Scottish sector shows significant small firms social Source spatial strategy Strathclyde structure Table unemployed urban workers