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The future of regional policy in Scotland: International, experiences and lessons : Report 1: contextual review

Bachtler, John and Yuill, Douglas and Mendez, Carlos and Quiogue, Nina and Ferry, Martin (2004) The future of regional policy in Scotland: International, experiences and lessons : Report 1: contextual review. [Report]

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Abstract

This research project examined options for future regional development policy in Scotland. The specific aim of the project was to consider how regional development policy in Scotland could evolve in the context of past experience, the changing European policy environment and lessons from other parts of Europe.