Published September 13, 2002
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||376|
Regional Development Agencies in Europe brings together experiences of Regional and Development Agencies throughout Europe to provide material for the first major comparative study of bottom-up regional policy across the continent. Using an analytical framework developed by editors, the contributors evaluate the long term potential and limitations of the RDAs in terms of promoting regional and economic development. Regional Development Agencies in Europe: An Introduction and Framework for Analysis / Mike Danson, Henrik Halkier, Charlotte Damborg --Regional Development Agencies in Western Europe: A Survey of Key Characteristics and Trends / Henrik Halkier, Mike Danson --Rdas in Western Europe --National Surveys --Regional Development Institutions in. : Globalization, Institutions, and Regional Development in Europe (European Science Foundation) (): Amin, Ash, Thrift, Nigel: Books4/5(1). Towards a Danish Approach to Bottom-up Regional Policy By Charlotte Damborg, Henrik Halkier This chapter examines the organisational characteristics of regionally based development bodies in Denmark and establishes a typology of their interaction on the regional by: 1.
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Regional development agencies (RDAs) have played an important role in the rise of bottom-up regional policy in western Europe, and it is often maintained that the RDA approach offers a significant supplement or alternative to the traditional financial incentives of central by: N.B. The Government announced the abolition of the nine Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) in England – eight regional agencies through the Public Bodies Bill and the London Development Agency through the Localism Bill - on 22 June All Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) closed on 31 March and were abolished on 1 July Regional development agencies (RDAs) have come to play an increasingly prominent role in attempts to promote economic development in regions across Europe and the world at large (Halkier and Danson, , Danson et al., , Pike et al., , Halkier, in print). Regional Development Agencies in Europe by Henrik Halkier, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.