Peripheral regions: a marginal concern?

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Abstract

Peripherality has often been the subject of analysis by economists and geographers with an interest in regional disparities, developing countries and the location of economic activity.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages79
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventEuropean Regional Policy Research Consortium - Scotland, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Oct 20114 Oct 2011

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Regional Policy Research Consortium
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityScotland
Period2/10/114/10/11

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Developing countries
Peripheral regions
Economists
Regional disparities
Economic activity

Keywords

  • peripheral regions
  • economics
  • population
  • policy making

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Davies, S., & Michie, R. (2011). Peripheral regions: a marginal concern?. Paper presented at European Regional Policy Research Consortium, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Davies, Sara ; Michie, Rona. / Peripheral regions : a marginal concern?. Paper presented at European Regional Policy Research Consortium, Scotland, United Kingdom.79 p.
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2011. Paper presented at European Regional Policy Research Consortium, Scotland, United Kingdom.

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