The Resource Devolution and globalisation : implications for local decision-makers

Devolution and globalisation : implications for local decision-makers

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Devolution and globalisation : implications for local decision-makers
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Devolution and globalisation
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implications for local decision-makers
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  • Implications for local decision-makers
  • Devolution and Globalisation: Implications for Local Decision-makers
  • Devolution and Globalisation
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  • eng
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This book sets out a vision of devolved economic development policies capable of responding to the challenges of globalisation. The key features in this vision are flexible and networked institutions and local strategies emphasising entrepreneurship, human capital and social cohesion. Based on the proceedings of the OECD-Scottish Enterprise Glasgow conference, this publication examines how city and region governments and development agencies need to use their devolved powers to respond to globalisation. Trends and challenges are discussed and examples drawn from across the OECD. They address h
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English
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JS113
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.D486 2001
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non fiction
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  • Decentralization in government
  • Globalization
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Devolution and globalisation : implications for local decision-makers
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  • CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1 KEY TRENDS AND CHALLENGES; The concepts of devolution and globalisation and their interlinkage; Devolution and new institutional structures; The policy instruments of devolved governmentsin the globalising economy; Limiting territorial disparities and territorial competition; Summary; CHAPTER 2 TERRITORIAL GOVERNANCE IN A DEVOLVEDCONTEXT; A network model of devolution; Summary; CHAPTER 3 DEMOCRATIC EXPERIMENTALISM: WHAT TO DO ABOUT WICKED PROBLEMS AFTER WHITEHALL BY CHARLES SABEL AND RORY O'DONNELL; Why reform of democratic governance is on the agenda
  • The administrative state, delegation, and the aftermath: the short story ofWhitehall from beginning to endWhitehall Redux? Reforming the reforms; The pragmatist firm and democratic experimentalism; Democratic experimentalism and the new centre in public administration; Parliament, ministries: democratic experimentalist possibilitiesfor the future?; CHAPTER 4 POLICIES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP; What explains differences in levels of entrepreneurship activity?; Comprehensive entrepreneurship programmes; Cluster approaches as an organising framework; Summary
  • CHAPTER 5 PROMOTING THE INTERNATIONALISATION OF CLUSTERS: LESSONS FROM ITALYBY ANDREA BALESTRI AND ALESSANDRO CAVALIERIIntroduction; Clusters and industrial districts in the globalisation scenario; Evidence from Italian experiences; Policies for industrial clusters and districts; CHAPTER 6 HUMAN CAPITAL POLICIES; Human capital, the knowledge economy and competitiveness; What sort of human capital policies?; How should human capital policies be delivered?; Summary; CHAPTER 7 DEVOLUTION OF TRAINING: A NECESSITY FOR THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMYBY XAVIER GREFFE; Introduction
  • Globalisation, knowledge economy, ability to changeAcquisition of skills, prerequisite for integration intothe knowledge economy; Devolution, prior condition for effective training systems; Optimising training policy devolution; Conclusion; CHAPTER 8 POLICIES FOR SOCIAL COHESION; Why do city and region governments need policies for social cohesionin a globalising economy?; What role can cities and regions play in promoting social cohesion?; What tools can cities and regions use to promote social cohesion?; High-road or low-road strategies?; Summary
  • CHAPTER 9 AN OVERVIEW OF U.S. FEDERAL, STATE AND REGIONAL PROGRAMMES TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN DISTRESSED AREAS BY RICK CARLISLE AND JOANNE SCHARERIntroduction; The evolution and devolution of the federal role in economic andcommunity development; The 1980s; The 1990s; The federal role today; The rise of state development policies and programmes; The state role today; Examples of state, regional, and local policies and programmes; Summary and Conclusions; CHAPTER 10 CONCLUSION; A more devolved economic development paradigm is required
  • Devolved development strategies should build competitivenessand cohesion
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1 online resource (275 p.)
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online
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9781280029967
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computer
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  • c
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remote
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  • (CKB)111093034098842
  • (EBL)533356
  • (OCoLC)700683260
  • (SSID)ssj0000090765
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11116525
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000090765
  • (PQKBWorkID)10126518
  • (PQKB)10370555
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC533356
  • (EXLCZ)99111093034098842
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Devolution and globalisation : implications for local decision-makers
Publication
Copyright
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1 KEY TRENDS AND CHALLENGES; The concepts of devolution and globalisation and their interlinkage; Devolution and new institutional structures; The policy instruments of devolved governmentsin the globalising economy; Limiting territorial disparities and territorial competition; Summary; CHAPTER 2 TERRITORIAL GOVERNANCE IN A DEVOLVEDCONTEXT; A network model of devolution; Summary; CHAPTER 3 DEMOCRATIC EXPERIMENTALISM: WHAT TO DO ABOUT WICKED PROBLEMS AFTER WHITEHALL BY CHARLES SABEL AND RORY O'DONNELL; Why reform of democratic governance is on the agenda
  • The administrative state, delegation, and the aftermath: the short story ofWhitehall from beginning to endWhitehall Redux? Reforming the reforms; The pragmatist firm and democratic experimentalism; Democratic experimentalism and the new centre in public administration; Parliament, ministries: democratic experimentalist possibilitiesfor the future?; CHAPTER 4 POLICIES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP; What explains differences in levels of entrepreneurship activity?; Comprehensive entrepreneurship programmes; Cluster approaches as an organising framework; Summary
  • CHAPTER 5 PROMOTING THE INTERNATIONALISATION OF CLUSTERS: LESSONS FROM ITALYBY ANDREA BALESTRI AND ALESSANDRO CAVALIERIIntroduction; Clusters and industrial districts in the globalisation scenario; Evidence from Italian experiences; Policies for industrial clusters and districts; CHAPTER 6 HUMAN CAPITAL POLICIES; Human capital, the knowledge economy and competitiveness; What sort of human capital policies?; How should human capital policies be delivered?; Summary; CHAPTER 7 DEVOLUTION OF TRAINING: A NECESSITY FOR THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMYBY XAVIER GREFFE; Introduction
  • Globalisation, knowledge economy, ability to changeAcquisition of skills, prerequisite for integration intothe knowledge economy; Devolution, prior condition for effective training systems; Optimising training policy devolution; Conclusion; CHAPTER 8 POLICIES FOR SOCIAL COHESION; Why do city and region governments need policies for social cohesionin a globalising economy?; What role can cities and regions play in promoting social cohesion?; What tools can cities and regions use to promote social cohesion?; High-road or low-road strategies?; Summary
  • CHAPTER 9 AN OVERVIEW OF U.S. FEDERAL, STATE AND REGIONAL PROGRAMMES TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN DISTRESSED AREAS BY RICK CARLISLE AND JOANNE SCHARERIntroduction; The evolution and devolution of the federal role in economic andcommunity development; The 1980s; The 1990s; The federal role today; The rise of state development policies and programmes; The state role today; Examples of state, regional, and local policies and programmes; Summary and Conclusions; CHAPTER 10 CONCLUSION; A more devolved economic development paradigm is required
  • Devolved development strategies should build competitivenessand cohesion
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (275 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781280029967
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)111093034098842
  • (EBL)533356
  • (OCoLC)700683260
  • (SSID)ssj0000090765
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11116525
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000090765
  • (PQKBWorkID)10126518
  • (PQKB)10370555
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC533356
  • (EXLCZ)99111093034098842

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