Local Economic Initiatives book.
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Social sustainability and urban form: evidence from five British cities The cost of the cuts: The impact on local government and poorer communities. A Hastings, N Bailey, G Bramley, M Gannon, D Watkins. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2015.
Social sustainability and urban form: evidence from five British cities. G Bramley, N Dempsey, S Power, C Brown, D Watkins. Environment and planning A 41 (9), 2125-2142, 2009. The cost of the cuts: The impact on local government and poorer communities.
Local Government and Poorer Communities. Glen Bramley, David Thomas Watkins, Kirsten Besemer, Annette Hastings, N. d. Bailey, Maria Gannon.
View Author Influence. 120Highly Influential Citations. Local Government and Poorer Communities. Pathways into Multiple Exclusion Homelessness in Seven UK Cities.
Prof, Professor of Urban Studies. Poverty and local services, . schools and educational attainment; local environments in poor neighbourhoods; local income and wealth distributions Significant recent and current projects include UK Poverty and Social Exclusion Survey 2010-11 (ESRC, £184k) Glen Bramley, Kirsten Besemer & David Watkins, with Universities of Bristol, Glasgow, Queens Belfast and OU.
This book re-examines the role of urban policy and planning in relation to the housing market in an era of global uncertainty and change. This introductory chapter situates the book in relation to contemporary public debates about housing affordability and urban planning, and the wider comparative housing and urban studies literature
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Are you sure you want to remove Local economic initiatives from your list? Local economic initiatives. Published 1978 by University of Bristol, School for Advanced Urban Studies in Bristol.
Local Economic Development (LED) is an approach to economic development, of note in the developing world that, as its name implies, places importance on activities in and by cities, districts and regions. This involves added micro-economic measures at the local level to complement macro-economic measures at the national level.
Knowledge Economy Initiative. The Knowledge Economy Initiative is a global movement to promote innovation, global collaboration, investment and knowledge sharing in cities worldwide. We connect with top leaders in innovation across different fields, documenting and compiling their stories into a large format coffee table books (and digital platform). This is the new business card for the city. The objective to promote and celebrate the key influencers of local booming knowledge economy, to raise the profile of the city's talent, attract local & global investment, increase collaboration and help fill the talent gap.
Author: Glen Bramley,etc.
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Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd (October 1978)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1775 kb
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