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Industrial development initiatives in England and Wales

Harvey Armstrong

Industrial development initiatives in England and Wales

the role of the district councils

by Harvey Armstrong

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementH. W. Armstrong and J. Fildes.
SeriesProgress in planning -- vol.30, part 2
ContributionsFildes, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22834064M

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Industrial Development Initiatives in England and Wales: The Role of the District Councils H. ARMSTRONG* and J. FiLDEsf *Department of Economics, University of Lancaster, Lancashire, LAI 4YX, U.K. ^Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, U.K.

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Wales, like other areas outside of the south-east of England, did not gain much during the boom years, and is now suffering more in the wake of the collapse. Since the Industrial Revolution, the nation has depended on mobilising external sources of funding in order to deliver growth and development.

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My library. In the 19th century, changes in technology and the ability to mass produce products created what is known as the Industrial Revolution, which occurred first in England and then in the United States and the rest of the Western world throughout the midth and early 20th centuries.

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