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Title Public-private partnerships for local economic development / edited by Norman Walzer and Brian D. Jacobs.

Published Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store  307.1416 PUBL MF19    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 251 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Introduction and Overview / Norman Walzer and Brian D. Jacobs -- 2. Economic Development Roles in American Cities: A Contextual Analysis of Shifting Partnership Arrangements / Susan E. Clarke -- 3. Public-Private Partnerships in U.S. Cities / Norman Walzer and Lori York -- 4. Bureaupolitics and Public/Private Partnerships in Economic Development in the British West Midlands / Brian D. Jacobs -- 5. Measuring the Success of Partnership Endeavors / Dalia Lichfield -- 6. Information Technology, Local Government, and the State: The Diffusion of New Technologies in Sweden / Jon Pierre -- 7. Partnerships in Two European Cities / Hazel Duffy -- 8. Regenerating South Yorkshire: How the Public Sector Dominates Business Partnerships in Britain / Jim A. Chandler -- 9. Urban Revitalization Strategies and Public-Private Partnerships in German Cities / Jurgen Friedrichs -- 10. Partnerships as Models of Economic Governance: A Regulationist Perspective / Martin Jones.
11. The Politics of Economic Development in a French Rural Area / Andy Smith.
Summary An examination of the role of public-private partnerships for local economic development in the United States and western Europe.
Other author Walzer, Norman.
Jacobs, Brian D. (Brian David), 1950-
Subject Community development, Urban.
Urban renewal.
Public-private sector cooperation.
Public-private sector cooperation -- Case studies.
ISBN 0275961532 (alk. paper)