Devolution in Scotland Change and continuity

N. McGarvey, J. Bradley (Editor)

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Abstract

Devolution and Regionalismprovides an overview and critical perspective on the impact of devolution on regionalism in the UK since 1999. The book takes a research based look at issues central to the development of regionalism: politics, governance and planning. The book is written by academics from the fields of geography, economics, town planning, public policy, management, public administration, politics and sociology. A final chapter by Ash Amin puts the research findings into a theoretical context.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDevolution, Regionalism and Regional Development
Place of PublicationLondon
Pages25-44
Number of pages19
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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regionalism
decentralization
continuity
town planning
politics
economic geography
public administration
sociology
public policy
governance
planning
management

Keywords

  • devolution
  • Scotland
  • change
  • politics

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McGarvey, N., & Bradley, J. (Ed.) (2008). Devolution in Scotland Change and continuity. In Devolution, Regionalism and Regional Development (pp. 25-44). London.
McGarvey, N. ; Bradley, J. (Editor). / Devolution in Scotland Change and continuity. Devolution, Regionalism and Regional Development. London, 2008. pp. 25-44
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