The 'place' of multi-level governance? Defining the policy agenda for regional development in Western Flanders

STEVENS, Robert (2001). The 'place' of multi-level governance? Defining the policy agenda for regional development in Western Flanders. In: Multi Level Governance: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Political Economy Research Centre, University of Sheffield, 28 June- 30 June 2001. (Unpublished)

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    Abstract

    The policy-making function of the principal agency for regional development is examined. Are institutional and governance forms for Regional Development as much a product of specific local and regional conditions (the 'place' of multi-level governance) as they are a part of the mechanisms that facilitate their reproduction- such as the state, economy, society and the widely interpreted term ‘globalization’? Following on from this, are multi-level policy priorities for regional development influenced more by the ‘business-led agenda’ and its ‘positional elites’ than the regional- local institutional capacities and by the local actors ‘outside of the game’?

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    Date Deposited: 06 Apr 2020 13:54
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    URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/26042

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