The Economic Development Role of English RDAs: The Need for Greater Discretionary Power
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- Darren Webb & Clive Collis, 2000. "Regional Development Agencies and the 'New Regionalism' in England," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 34(9), pages 857-864.
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KeywordsRdas Economic; Development Inter-INSTITUTIONAL; Relations;
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