Browsing Department of Politics, People & Place by Subject "Regeneration"
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(Book chapter)The link between waged employment and social welfare is now well accepted and as a result issues of social and community welfare are embedded in discussions about employment and income. The emphasis in this chapter, however, ...
(Book chapter)This chapter explores the ecology of transatlantic commonalities in regeneration programmes through a series of 3 case studies: Baltimore; New York; and Detroit. Through these, the chapter considers: the growing power of ...
(Book chapter)Urban regional regeneration is a difficult term to examine in isolation, given that it has never been subject to a formal and universal definition, is deeply intertwined with political thinking and state politics, and has ...