5 edition of Regional identity and economic change found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -346) and index.
|LC Classifications||DD801.B77 S36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||97006897|
The authors demonstrate the importance of identity in economics by showing how predictions of the classic principal-agent problem change when the identity of the agent is considered. Research. Akerlof and Kranton provide an overview of their work in the book "Identity Economics," published in In the book, they provide a layman's approach. Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books. Subjects. Analyzing Regional Environmental Agreements and Processes By Jon Marco Church. by Routledge. Pages - 20 B/W Illustrations 1st Edition Involving Anthroponomy in the Anthropocene On Decoloniality By.
Regional identity is the notion that part of a person's identity is rooted not only in the country but also in the region they live in. A strong example of regional identity would be if one was. The theoretical part describes components and the process of regional identity formation. We assume that regional identity correlates with people's volition in achieving common goals, raises their personal activity and influences due to that regional development and planning. The regional identity is crucial in securing public participation in Cited by:
Regional identity assists the region and elevates it, highlighting what makes this region such a great place to invest, build a business, and to thrive.” The EDC is a private/public partnership that promotes Southwest California regional economic development through business retention and development, job opportunities, and related. The issue of institutional development has come to prominence during the last decade or so. During this period even the IMF and the World Bank, which used to treat institutions as mere ‘details’, have come to emphasise the role of institutions in economic development. However, there are still some important gaps that need to be filled before we can say that we have a good grip on the issue Reviews: 1.
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Tom Scott's intensive study of one region--the Upper Rhine between and redresses this imbalance. Regional Identity and Economic Change - Tom Scott - Oxford University Press Europe lives in age of regionalism and regional identities which offer an alternative to the rigidities of organization by nation-state.
Europe lives in age of regionalism and regional identities which offer an alternative to the rigidities of organization by nation-state.
Historically, such regions have been defined--if defined at all--in cultural, linguistic, ethnic, or political terms, with little emphasis on the economic factors of. Although the debate over models of political integration within Europe has become hopelessly mired in conceptual confusion over what a 'federal' or a 'confederal' Europe might mean, there is now a widespread perception that only a regional framework for political, cultural, and economic activity can overcome the rigidities of the nation-state or, for that matter, of bureaucratic centralism in Brussels, since the region may express an identity.
Regional identities exist and have continued to strengthen despite of the political confrontation. The cultural identity of Santa Cruz has developed since the Spanish domination.
The Santa Cruz Provincial Government was formed as a frontier territory. Moving away from conventional accounts, they propose a bold paradigm to explain why and how identity and social norms Regional identity and economic change book economic decision making.
With verve and insight, the book transforms standard economic understandings of organizations, /5(26). "The authors' careful scholarship, intellectual rigour and clear analysis of mainstream theory means that this new edition of Regional Economics and Policy will continue as a standard work for students.
The book provides an excellent synthesis of theoretical and empirical work on regional economic concepts and theories, leading to clear and important lessons for by: Regional identity and economic development policy-makers and is not evident among citizens of the region.
This book highlights the transformation and revitalisation. In a context of rapid change for universities in the region, this publication provides a starting point and a stimulus for.
It is of great political importance, however, as a collective identity at the regional level is a favourable condition for binding decisions to be made on that level or for the delegation of Author: Anssi Paasi.
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cluster of related changes: economic, ideological, technological, and cultural. Economic changes include the internationalization of production, the greatly increased mobility of capital and of transnational corporations, and the deepening and intensification of economic interdependence.
TheFile Size: KB. Regional Identity Regional identity is the feeling of being at home or belonging to an area at the meso-scale, therefore it is somewhere in the middle between local identity and national identity. From: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 REGIONAL IDENTITY AND SOCIAL CAPITAL IN REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING GARRI RAAGMAA1 To be successful means to be liked, and to be liked means, in many ways, to be alike.
Dahrendorf ABSTRACT This paper analyses the regional identity and social capital formation process and components. Regional identity is the special kind of phenomenon. The resurgence of the ‘Region’ and ‘Regional Identity’: theoretical perspectives and empirical observations on regional dynamics in Europe - Volume 35 Issue S1 - ANSSI PAASICited by: Download Citation | Identity and regional development: an introductory analysis | Starting from the emergence of the so-called Third Italy, the industrial districts evolution and, more in general Author: Davide Gualerzi.
Get this from a library. Regional identity and economic change: the Upper Rhine, [Tom Scott] -- The debate about the best methods of European organization is influenced by an awareness of regional identity which offers an alternative to the rigidities of organization by nation-state.
But where. economy as a semi-independent unit while retaining an identity redefined from the regional identity of the inhabitants of the little homeland into a pragmatic identity of the region, which can be translated into economic acts and marketing attractiveness for investors and which can create a new image of the region.
It also reflects on how discourses on regional identity are currently being exploited in various institutional contexts, such as regional planning.
The article similarly reflects how purported regional identities are related to the mobility of citizens and how this mobility perhaps calls for a further re-conceptualization of spatial by: This book juxtaposes the experiences of regions that have lived or are living through industrial transition in coal-mining and manufacturing centres throughout Europe, opening the way to a deeper understanding of the intensity of change and of how work helps shape new identities.
Once distinctive regions and localities shaped by economic development evolved as sub-systems of much wider national formations and traditions, which were commonly shaped through conceptions of nation and state, culture and economy.
Kirk J., Contrepois S., Jefferys S. () Approaching Regional and Identity Change in Europe. In: Kirk J Cited by: 1. The concept of Regional identity can be define as the ‘identity of a region’. This concept is a very popular international topic in context of cultural, political and economic geography.
Also, one can say that a person’s identity is not only rooted in the country but also in the region. Constructing images of regional/national identity: • According to Higson () there are two ways in which the process of constructing images of national/regional identity should be understood; “The first involves an inward looking process, defining the .The contributions to this second volume focus equally on tangible and intangible dimensions of Southeast European regions.
They represent the region both as a territorial unit and as a mental construct laden with symbolic meaning. The papers demonstrate that regions, be it the entire Balkan Peninsula or be it a small area somewhere in the mountains, can become palpable, visible, and audible.
National and regional identity 1. Representation National and Regional Identity 2. National Identity • Representations of National Identity are reinforced and embedded in our culture • Our own identity is often defined by our difference in relation to other nations • Our perception of other nations is often stereotypical character traits • Example: The French are good cook’s.