Published 1982 by University of Edinburgh, Dept. of Geography and Centre of Canadian Studies in Edinburgh .
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|Statement||edited by Lyndhurst Collins ; cartography by Ray Harris.|
|Contributions||Collins, Lyndhurst., Institute of British Geographers. Study Group on Industrial Activity and Area Development|
|LC Classifications||HT391 I45 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 301 p. :|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Industrial Districts and Local Economic Regeneration: Overview and Comments January In book: Industrial Districts and Local Economic Regeneration (pp)Author: Jonathan Zeitlin.
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The current crisis of capitalist economy has raised significant doubts regarding the mechanisms of urban development of the last decades. In contrast to the regeneration of cities such as New York, Manchester, Amsterdam or London in recent decades, the decline of some Western cities has never been reversed by neoliberal policies: their trajectory of decline, Author: Tahl Kaminer.
Coalfields regeneration tells a story of social change and the attempts made by communities to reconstruct their lives in the context of destructive economic and competitive processes.
While the report focuses on British coalfields, which have been particularly affected by these changes, it has a broader : Katy Bennett. Declining Industry: An industry where growth is either negative or is not growing at the broader rate of economic growth.
There are many reasons for a declining industry: consumer demand may be. Case study: Recovering from post-industrial decline. 1 June by Josephine Smit A new book identifies the factors that have helped cities recover from post-industrial decline.
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This book applies ideas and methods from the complexity perspective to key concerns in the social sciences, exploring co-evolutionary processes that have not yet been addressed in the technical or popular literature on complexity.
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But despite their state of decline, these derelict sites remain vitally connected with the urban landscapes that surround them. In th. Urban regeneration is the attempt to reverse that decline by both improving the physical structure, and, more importantly and elusively, the economy of those areas.