The Incompatibility of Economic Development Policies for Rural Areas in England
Four different and incommensurate economic development policies currently pertain in rural England: the pursuit of productivity, well-being, endogenous development and income support. This paper describes these policies as they pertained in 2007 in different Government Departments and evaluates salient changes in Departmental positions in respect of these policies since that time to the end of 2009. The impacts of these policies, and their shifts, on rural areas are assessed.
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Volume (Year): 25 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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