Territorial Policy and Governance: Alternative Paths

Iain Deas (Editor), Stephen Hincks (Editor)

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Abstract

In response to both policy and conceptual debates, alternative narratives have begun to emerge about territorial governance and policymaking. As local and regional policy actors strive to respond to the geographically uneven effects of the economic crises of the early twenty-first century, a crucial question emerges: what are the opportunities and challenges presented by alternative forms of territorially based governance and policy?
The aim of this edited volume, therefore, is critically to explore the opportunities and challenges presented by different forms of territorial policy and governance. Drawing on conceptual debates and empirical research from the United Kingdom and other international contexts, the contributors engage with issues around the politics and governance of territorial development, economic development, planning and regeneration and the environment. Territorial Policy and Governance addresses the question of how alternative forms of territorial governance and policy can help to shape patterns of urban and regional development, highlighting the related opportunities, constraints and challenges that confront their operationalisation.
This book will be essential reading for international audiences with an interest in territorial development, governance, politics, human geography and planning and regeneration.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAbingdon, Oxon.
PublisherRoutledge
ISBN (Print)9780415661379
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • governance

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