Regional government in Britain an economic solution?

Alan Harding, Richard Evans, Michael Parkinson

It has been argued that effective regional government could be achieved by democratising the decision-making already occurring at regional level in Britain, and that regional government is essential if regional economic fortunes are to be improved.

A study conducted by the European Institute for Urban Affairs (EIUA) at Liverpool John Moores University examined the 'rise of the region' and subjected these two arguments to critical scrutiny.

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