5 edition of Public policy and regional economic development found in the catalog.
Public policy and regional economic development
Niles M. Hansen
Bibliography: p. 335-351.
|Statement||Niles M. Hansen, ed.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.E8 H36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 354 p.|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||74013819|
American democracy does not depend on the existence of brave bands of self-employed citizens. Resilient Regions 5. GDP per capita — growing development population[ edit ] GDP per capita is gross domestic product divided by mid year population. For at least the last 50 years, scholars from various disciplines have theorised about the nature of regional economic development, developing a range of models seeking to explain the process of regional economic development, and why it is that regions vary so much in their economic structure and performance and how these aspects of a region can change dramatically over time. Zhu is a champion of multi-disciplinary research approach.
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Importantly, Dr. White managed a wide variety of economic and workforce development research and technical assistance projects across the United States and Canada. Lastly, the field does presume one common fact, that what is there is not providing what that community needs.
Concisely, the relationship between human development and economic development can be explained in three ways. It is particularly concerned with what public policies make a difference in whether a region is resilient. The state's workforce and employment department would then overlap all of these, tracking job growth and ensuring Federal funds may be available for job programs and assistance.
The authors conclude that there is little that can done in the short term to counter economic shocks; most regions simply rebound naturally after a relatively short period of time.
CAFE2 guides homeowners through home energy audits and retrofits in an effort to stimulate demand for home energy efficiency products and services. Governments that can raise a significant amount of revenue from this source are less accountable to their citizens they are more autonomous as they have less pressure to legitimately use those resources.
Coping with Adversity will be important reading for all those concerned with local and regional economic development, including public officials, urban planners, and economic developers. Topics addressed include exploratory spatial data analysis, spatial autocorrelation, point pattern analysis, spatial interpolation techniques, spatial regression including geographically weighted regressionand both spatial lag and spatial error models.
On the federal level, public policies are laws enacted by Congress, executive orders issued by the president, decisions handed down by the US Supreme Court, and regulations issued by bureaucratic agencies. There are numerous other organizations whose primary function is not economic development that work in partnership with economic developers.
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After analyzing the existing capitalistic growth-development theoretical apparatus, he introduces the new model which integrates the variables of freedom, democracy, and human rights into the existing models and argue that any future economic growth-development of any nation depends on this emerging model as we witness the third wave of unfolding demand for democracy in the Middle East.
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