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Industrial Districts and Local Economic Regeneration First Edition by Frank Pyke (Editor), Werner Sengenberger (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Chap. 1. Industrial districts and local economic regeneration: research and policy issues / Werner Sengenberger and Frank Pyke --Chap. n industrial districts: neither myth nor interlude / Carlo Trigilia --Chap. emergence of industrial districts in Spain. 5. Collaborative Networks for Regional Economic Development: An Examination of the Mega-Economic Regions (MERs) in South Korea. Eunok Im and So Hee Jeon. 6. Urban regeneration as a collaborative effort – strategic responses to decline in East Germany Nebojša Čamprag. 7. Collaborative governance for urban regeneration in Italy. The volume grew out of research undertaken as a part of the UN University's European Perspectives Project. It addresses the consequences of the failure of large-scale industrial enterprise, and the inability of central government policies to cope with the results of economic restructuring, in a series of comparative case studies showing how local communities throughout Europe (East and West.
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