Items where SHU Author is "Patterson, Alan"

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MARUM, Georgina and PATTERSON, Alan (2017). How the transport infrastructure of Milton Keynes affects the way people travel. Natural Environment Research Transactions, 3 (1), 56-69. (In Press)

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ALDRIDGE, T. J. and PATTERSON, A. (2002). LETS get real: constraints on the development of Local Exchange Trading Schemes. Area, 34 (4), 370-381.

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PATTERSON, A. and PINCH, P. L. (2000). Public sector restructuring and regional development: the impact of compulsory competitive tendering in the UK. Regional Studies, 34 (3), 265-275.

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BATCHELOR, A. and PATTERSON, A. (2007). Political modernisation and the weakening of sustainable development in Britain. In: KRUEGER, R. and GIBBS, D., (eds.) The sustainable development pradox: urban political economy in the United States and Europe. New York, Guilford Press, 192-213.

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ALDRIDGE, T. J., PATTERSON, A. and TOOKE, J. (2003). Trading places: geography and the role of Local Exchange Trading Schemes in local sustainable development. In: BUCKINGHAM, S. and THEOBALD, T., (eds.) Local environmental sustainability. Cambridge, Woodhead Publishing, 169-194.

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DANIEL, Maren Mallo. (2014). Enabling access to housing in Jos, Nigeria : Implementation and the new bureaucrats. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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MCKOY, Keith George. (2013). Political communication strategies : Transport policy making and implementation in Manchester. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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GARNETT, Kenisha Samnella. (2010). Framework for an analytical-deliberative process for municipal waste management decision making. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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GRIBAT, Nina (2010). Governing the future of a shrinking city: Hoyerswerda, East Germany. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

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