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Regenerating english medium-sized post industrial cities

Dr Philip Catney | No Lead Discipline | 02 November 2009

The aim of this esrc-funded seminar series was to foster debate and research concerning the regeneration of medium-sized post-industrial cities in england. While considerable academic attention has been focused on the role of 'world' and 'global' cit ...

Knowledge dynamics, innovation and learning network

Dr David Guile | 21 January 2013

This project aims to generate new interdisciplinary insights into processes of innovation and economic growth by exploring the ways in which individual and collective learning is integrated in different production-consumption networks, and how learni ...

New approaches to local and regional development in the uk and china

Professor Andy Pike | 13 June 2012

The aims of the proposed seminars therefore are: to exchange research and evidence on the new forms of regional policy aimed at addressing regional imbalances in the uk (and eu) and china to bring these developments to the attention of policymakers ...

Structural change and productivity growth in africa

Ms Margaret Mcmillan | 02 April 2012

This research seeks to understand the causes and consequences of structural transformation in africa. While it is well understood that structural change and economic growth go hand in hand, there is little consensus among researchers - and in the cas ...

Students as catalysts of city and regional growth.

Professor Moira Munro | Environmental Planning | 01 August 2007

The government wishes to expand participation in higher education to encompass 50 per cent of young people in the uk. This policy, along with increased recruitment of students from abroad, has already seen a student numbers rise by up to 50 per ...

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