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Local Economic Development: Theory and the Ontario Experience

  • Almos T. Tassonyi

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    (Ontario Ministry of Finance, Strategic Policy Unit, Property Tax Policy Branch)

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    Subnational governments are faced with increased pressure to initiate policies to further local economic development. This paper traces the changes in the theory and practice of local development initiatives in North America. The paper uses Ontario and its municipal sector as a case study of the transition from an emphasis on physical accommodation to the current emphasis on broader amenities.

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    Paper provided by International Tax Program, Institute for International Business, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto in its series International Tax Program Papers with number 0511.

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    Length: 22 Pages
    Date of creation: May 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:ttp:itpwps:0511
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