Filter
(found 36 products)
Book cover image
Labour and Scottish Nationalism: 1979
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781349046805.jpg
36.740000 USD

Labour and Scottish Nationalism: 1979

by Michael Keating, David Bleiman
Paperback
Book cover image
This book tackles head-on the challenges of digital design in the era of billion-transistor SoCs. It discusses fundamental design concepts in design and coding required to produce robust, functionally correct designs. It also provides specific techniques for measuring and minimizing complexity in RTL code. Finally, it discusses the tradeoff between ...
The Simple Art of SoC Design: Closing the Gap between RTL and ESL
This book tackles head-on the challenges of digital design in the era of billion-transistor SoCs. It discusses fundamental design concepts in design and coding required to produce robust, functionally correct designs. It also provides specific techniques for measuring and minimizing complexity in RTL code. Finally, it discusses the tradeoff between RTL and high-level (C-based) design and how tools and languages must progress to address the needs of tomorrow's SoC designs.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781489998163.jpg
146.990000 USD

The Simple Art of SoC Design: Closing the Gap between RTL and ESL

by Michael Keating
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
After three hundred years, the Anglo-Scottish Union is in serious difficulty. This is not because of a profound cultural divide between England and Scotland but because recent decades have seen the rebuilding of Scotland as a political community while the ideology and practices of the old unionism have atrophied. Yet ...
The Independence of Scotland: Self-government and the Shifting Politics of Union
After three hundred years, the Anglo-Scottish Union is in serious difficulty. This is not because of a profound cultural divide between England and Scotland but because recent decades have seen the rebuilding of Scotland as a political community while the ideology and practices of the old unionism have atrophied. Yet while Britishness is in decline, it has not been replaced by a dominant ideology of Scottish independence. Rather Scots are looking to renegotiate union to find a new place in the Isles, in Europe, and in the world. There are few legal, constitutional or political obstacles to Scottish independence, but an independent Scotland would need to forge a new social and economic project as a small nation in the global market-place, and there has been little serious thinking about the implications of this. Short of independence, there is a range of constitutional options for renegotiating the Union to allow more Scottish self-government on the lines that public opinion seems to favour. The limits are posed not by constitutional principles but by the unwillingness of English opinion to abandon their unitary conception of the state. The end of the United Kingdom may be provoked, not by Scottish nationalism, but by English unionism.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780199545957.jpg
105.000000 USD

The Independence of Scotland: Self-government and the Shifting Politics of Union

by Michael Keating
Hardback
Book cover image
An all star cast of academic experts offer an important and timely analysis of the pursuit of autonomy. They argue that it is key to move beyond the primarily normative debate about the rights or wrongs of autonomous regions on the basis of cultural concerns, instead focusing on understanding what ...
Political Autonomy and Divided Societies: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings: 2012
An all star cast of academic experts offer an important and timely analysis of the pursuit of autonomy. They argue that it is key to move beyond the primarily normative debate about the rights or wrongs of autonomous regions on the basis of cultural concerns, instead focusing on understanding what makes autonomy function successfully.
115.500000 USD

Political Autonomy and Divided Societies: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings: 2012

by Michael Keating, Alain-G. Gagnon
Paperback
Book cover image
A critical challenge to Scotland's new system of government is the making and implementation of public policy. This book offers a comprehensive account of the policy process in contemporary Scotland. There is a review of theories of policy-making, focusing on decentralised systems. The author then identifies the key actors and ...
The Government of Scotland: Public Policy Making After Devolution
A critical challenge to Scotland's new system of government is the making and implementation of public policy. This book offers a comprehensive account of the policy process in contemporary Scotland. There is a review of theories of policy-making, focusing on decentralised systems. The author then identifies the key actors and institutions, patterns of policy making, and the extent of convergence and divergence in comparison with England and other devolved territories. Case studies of policy making in health, higher education, housing, criminal justice, social inclusion and economic development allow the reader to see how policy making works in practice. There is an analysis of financial planning and decision making, and an examination of Scotland's role in UK and European policy networks. Comparisons are made with other devolved governments in Europe and beyond. The book is based on extensive research, including interviews with leaders of interest groups, politicians and officials across the Scottish Government and in the Scottish Parliament, an analysis of spending patterns, an examination of the legislative output, and case studies of policy making. Key Features *Provides the only comprehensive account of policy-making under devolution in Scotland *Places Scotland within a broader theoretical and comparative framework and analyses institutions and processes of policy-making *Contains case studies of specific policy fields and a thorough treatment of financial questions *Emphasis is placed on Scotland's insertion into UK, European and international networks The second edition includes new and updated information in the following areas: * Election results * Voting by class, etc. * Manifestoes * Scottish Executive (now Government) departments * Background of MSPs * Committees * Expenditure data There is also updating to take account of the change in government in 2007, including substantially revised material on intergovernmental relations and on Europe. The case studies on policy making have also been updated, with extensive changes in the section on economic development. In addition there is a new discussion of proposals for further devolution, following the National Conversation and the Calman Commission.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780748638499.jpg
50.350000 USD

The Government of Scotland: Public Policy Making After Devolution

by Michael Keating
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Small northern European states have been a major point of reference in the Scottish independence debate. For nationalists, they have been an `arc of prosperity' while in the aftermath of the financial crash, unionists lampooned the `arc of insolvency'. Both characterisations are equally misleading. Small states can do well in ...
Small Nations in a Big World: What Scotland Can Learn
Small northern European states have been a major point of reference in the Scottish independence debate. For nationalists, they have been an `arc of prosperity' while in the aftermath of the financial crash, unionists lampooned the `arc of insolvency'. Both characterisations are equally misleading. Small states can do well in the global market place, but they face the world in very different ways. Some accept market logic and take the `low road' of low wages, low taxes and light regulation, with a correspondingly low level of public services. Others take the `high road' of social investment, which entails a larger public sector and higher taxes. Such a strategy requires innovative government, flexibility and social partnership. Keating and Harvey compare the experience of the Nordic and Baltic states and Ireland, which have taken very different roads and ask what lessons can be learnt for Scotland. They conclude that success is possible but that hard choices would need to be taken. Neither side in the independence debate has faced these choices squarely.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781910021200.jpg
17.05 USD

Small Nations in a Big World: What Scotland Can Learn

by Malcolm Harvey, Michael Keating
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Transnational integration and other challenges to the nation-state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation. This has encouraged the revival of stateless nationalisms, but also provided new means for their accommodation. The author argues that these changes call for a radical rethinking ...
Plurinational Democracy: Stateless Nations in a Post-Sovereignty Era
Transnational integration and other challenges to the nation-state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation. This has encouraged the revival of stateless nationalisms, but also provided new means for their accommodation. The author argues that these changes call for a radical rethinking of the nature of sovereignty and of the state itself to meet the twin challenges of recognition of nationality and of democracy. Drawing on the experience of four plurinational states - United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, and Canada - and of the European Union, he analyses the challenges of plurinationalism and its recognition. Keating argues that we are not moving to a world without states, but to a complex political order with multiple sites of sovereign authority, and asymmetrical constitutional r s6ngements. This political order is new but at the same time old, as traditions of diffused authority and shared sovereignty, from before the rise of the nation-state, are rediscovered and rehabilitated. Democracy can no longer be confined to the framework of the nation-state but must extend to the new political spaces which are emerging above and below the state. Political movements and public opinion in the stateless nations are increasingly embracing these ideas and are the harbingers of a post-sovereign political order.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780199240760.jpg
162.750000 USD

Plurinational Democracy: Stateless Nations in a Post-Sovereignty Era

by Michael Keating
Hardback
Book cover image
Fairness, opportunity and security: filling the policy vacuum: Filling the Policy Vaccuum
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781925309096.jpg
52.500000 USD

Fairness, opportunity and security: filling the policy vacuum: Filling the Policy Vaccuum

by Michael Keating, John Menadue
Hardback
Book cover image
This is a comparative study of nationalism and nation-building in Quebec, Catalonia and Scotland. All are historic nations within larger states. Nationalism is presented as a mechanism for dealing with the place of the territorial society in the new order. It is no longer concerned with the creation of a ...
Nations Against the State: New Politics of Nationalism in Quebec, Catalonia and Scotland
This is a comparative study of nationalism and nation-building in Quebec, Catalonia and Scotland. All are historic nations within larger states. Nationalism is presented as a mechanism for dealing with the place of the territorial society in the new order. It is no longer concerned with the creation of a traditional nation state, but with maximizing autonomy in a world where the nation state has lost its old powers and status. The book argues that the concepts of ethnicity, nationalism and the state need to be separated. It defends minority nationalisms which are often treated with disdain by social scientists. It also argues that certain forms of minority nationalism, rather than representing a retreat to the past, can provide a means for coping with contemporary problems. It is written from the perspective of the minority nations themselves, rather than from that of the state.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780333631744.jpg
198.450000 USD

Nations Against the State: New Politics of Nationalism in Quebec, Catalonia and Scotland

by Michael Keating
Hardback
Book cover image
This revised and updated third edition outlines a set of best practices for creating reusable designs for use in an System-on-a-Chip (SoC) design methodology. These practices are based on the authors' experience in developing reusable designs, as well as the experience of design teams in many companies around the world.
Reuse Methodology Manual for System-on-a-Chip Designs
This revised and updated third edition outlines a set of best practices for creating reusable designs for use in an System-on-a-Chip (SoC) design methodology. These practices are based on the authors' experience in developing reusable designs, as well as the experience of design teams in many companies around the world.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780387740980.jpg
167.990000 USD

Reuse Methodology Manual for System-on-a-Chip Designs

by Pierre Bricaud
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Fairness, opportunity and security: filling the policy vacuum: Filling the Policy Vaccuum
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781925309089.jpg
36.750000 USD

Fairness, opportunity and security: filling the policy vacuum: Filling the Policy Vaccuum

by Michael Keating, John Menadue
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
An all star cast of academic experts offer an important and timely analysis of the pursuit of autonomy. They argue that it is key to move beyond the primarily normative debate about the rights or wrongs of autonomous regions on the basis of cultural concerns, instead focusing on understanding what ...
Political Autonomy and Divided Societies: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings
An all star cast of academic experts offer an important and timely analysis of the pursuit of autonomy. They argue that it is key to move beyond the primarily normative debate about the rights or wrongs of autonomous regions on the basis of cultural concerns, instead focusing on understanding what makes autonomy function successfully.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780230364257.jpg
104.990000 USD

Political Autonomy and Divided Societies: Imagining Democratic Alternatives in Complex Settings

by Michael Keating, Alain-G. Gagnon
Hardback
Book cover image
Transnational integration and other challenges to the nation-state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation. This has encouraged the revival of stateless nationalisms, but also provided new means for their accommodation. The author argues that these changes call for a radical rethinking ...
Plurinational Democracy: Stateless Nations in a Post-Sovereignty Era
Transnational integration and other challenges to the nation-state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation. This has encouraged the revival of stateless nationalisms, but also provided new means for their accommodation. The author argues that these changes call for a radical rethinking of the nature of sovereignty and of the state itself to meet the twin challenges of recognition of nationality and of democracy. Drawing on the experience of four plurinational states - United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, and Canada - and of the European Union, he analyses the challenges of plurinationalism and its recognition. Keating argues that we are not moving to a world without states, but to a complex political order with multiple sites of sovereign authority, and asymmetrical constitutional arrangements. This political order is new but at the same time old, as traditions of diffused authority and shared sovereignty, from before the rise of the nation-state, are rediscovered and rehabilitated. Democracy can no longer be confined to the framework of the nation-state but must extend to the new political spaces which are emerging above and below the state. Political movements and public opinion in the stateless nations are increasingly embracing these ideas and are the harbingers of a post-sovereign political order.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780199275342.jpg
84.000000 USD

Plurinational Democracy: Stateless Nations in a Post-Sovereignty Era

by Michael Keating
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Are political and socio-economic issues handled in a radically different manner in a federal Canada than a devolved Britain? To what extent in both states have administrative arrangements and developments in public policy begun to by-pass constitutional forms and debates? Are the real loci of power in each better identified ...
The Dynamics of Decentralization: Canadian Federalism and British Devolution
Are political and socio-economic issues handled in a radically different manner in a federal Canada than a devolved Britain? To what extent in both states have administrative arrangements and developments in public policy begun to by-pass constitutional forms and debates? Are the real loci of power in each better identified by 'following the money' than by constitutional and legal provisions? If the arrangements between the state capitals and the constituent parts of Canada and Britain are becoming more ad hoc, individual and varied, what problems does this pose for the continuing cohesion of their systems? In The Dynamics of Decentralization leading Canadian and British authorities, practitioners and academics, plot their way through these minefields and offer insight into the current stage of development. Contributors include Claude E. Forget (C.E.F. Ganish Corporation), Jane Jenson (Universite de Montreal), Harvey Lazar (Queen's University), Kenneth Morgan (University of Wales), Sir George Quigley (Bombardier Aerospace), Richard Simeon (University of Toronto), Shorts Hugh Segal (Institute for Research in Public Policy), and Peter Stoyko (Queen's University).
34.600000 USD
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Small northern European states have been a major point of reference in the Scottish independence debate. For nationalists, they have been an `arc of prosperity' while in the aftermath of the financial crash, unionists lampooned the `arc of insolvency'. Both characterisations are equally misleading. Small states can do well in ...
Small Nations in a Big World: What Scotland can Learn
Small northern European states have been a major point of reference in the Scottish independence debate. For nationalists, they have been an `arc of prosperity' while in the aftermath of the financial crash, unionists lampooned the `arc of insolvency'. Both characterisations are equally misleading. Small states can do well in the global market place, but they face the world in very different ways. Some accept market logic and take the `low road' of low wages, low taxes and light regulation, with a correspondingly low level of public services. Others take the `high road' of social investment, which entails a larger public sector and higher taxes. Such a strategy requires innovative government, flexibility and social partnership. Keating and Harvey compare the experience of the Nordic and Baltic states and Ireland, which have taken very different roads and ask what lessons can be learnt for Scotland. They conclude that success is possible but that hard choices would need to be taken. Neither side in the independence debate has faced these choices squarely.
USD
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
In the 1990s, the states of Western Europe faced twin challenges, from above in the shape of globalization and European integration, and from below in the form of new regionalist movements. In this authoritative book, Michael Keating traces the historical origins of regionalism, showing that territorial politics has always been ...
The New Regionalism in Western Europe: Territorial Restructuring and Political Change
In the 1990s, the states of Western Europe faced twin challenges, from above in the shape of globalization and European integration, and from below in the form of new regionalist movements. In this authoritative book, Michael Keating traces the historical origins of regionalism, showing that territorial politics has always been a feature of the West European state. Then he analyses the post-war model of territorial management in the Keynesian welfare state, and shows how current trends are re-shaping the meaning of political space and encouraging new forms of political mobilization and action. This new regionalism is no longer contained within the nation state so that regions must face the global market and an integrating Europe directly. Professor Keating argues that regionalism is a complex phenomenon, spanning culture, economics, politics and policy. It takes different forms in different settings, shaped by the imperatives of economic competition in a global age, as well as by political forces within the regions themselves. There is a discussion of regionalism as a strategy for economic development, of the emergence of a regional level of government and of regions with the European Union. The New Regionalism in Western Europe will be essential reading for academics and students interested in European politics, future integration within the European Union and European political history.
USD
Hardback
Book cover image
For the past 20 years, the Australian government has been washing its hands of direct responsibility for the provision of services. There has been incessant aEURO privatisationaEURO , aEURO deregulationaEURO and aEURO contracting outaEURO . Has it gone so far that the government has lost control of substantial parts of ...
Who Rules?
For the past 20 years, the Australian government has been washing its hands of direct responsibility for the provision of services. There has been incessant aEURO privatisationaEURO , aEURO deregulationaEURO and aEURO contracting outaEURO . Has it gone so far that the government has lost control of substantial parts of economic and social policy? Has this greater reliance on markets led to a change in our values and in the willingness of government to support our democratic traditions? Michael Keating AC, Australian public service doyen and leading economic analyst, contests both propositions. There is clear evidence, he argues, that governments still govern. He shows there has been no decline in the power of government to decide what it wants to do nor in its ability to achieve its traditional objectives. To the contrary, government, by making greater use of aEURO managedaEURO rather than aEURO freeaEURO markets, is now more effective in pursuing its policies than it used to be. Keating argues that what really limits the capacity of modern Australian government is the conflict resulting from the differential impact of policy changes on electorally potent interest groups. This incapacity is compounded by a more individualistic, less trusting society, which leaves governments struggling politically to present unifying, national policy acceptable to the wide variety of interests and opinions. This is an absorbing, clear and closely argued book which paints a different picture of the current relationship between government, markets and the Australian community and charts a different path for the future.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781862875180.jpg
31.500000 USD

Who Rules?

by Michael Keating
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
In the 1990s, the states of Western Europe faced twin challenges, from above in the shape of globalization and European integration, and from below in the form of new regionalist movements. In this authoritative book, Michael Keating traces the historical origins of regionalism, showing that territorial politics has always been ...
The New Regionalism in Western Europe: Territorial Restructuring and Political Change
In the 1990s, the states of Western Europe faced twin challenges, from above in the shape of globalization and European integration, and from below in the form of new regionalist movements. In this authoritative book, Michael Keating traces the historical origins of regionalism, showing that territorial politics has always been a feature of the West European state. Then he analyses the post-war model of territorial management in the Keynesian welfare state, and shows how current trends are re-shaping the meaning of political space and encouraging new forms of political mobilization and action. This new regionalism is no longer contained within the nation state so that regions must face the global market and an integrating Europe directly. Professor Keating argues that regionalism is a complex phenomenon, spanning culture, economics, politics and policy. It takes different forms in different settings, shaped by the imperatives of economic competition in a global age, as well as by political forces within the regions themselves. There is a discussion of regionalism as a strategy for economic development, of the emergence of a regional level of government and of regions with the European Union. The New Regionalism in Western Europe will be essential reading for academics and students interested in European politics, future integration within the European Union and European political history.
USD
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Australia faces major challenges to its forms of governance. Changing expectations from its citizens, global pressures on the economy and technological innovation are impacting on government operations. Yet most of its institutions were designed a hundred years ago. Cabinet government was inherited. Parliament was already established in its forms and ...
Institutions on the Edge?: Capacity for Governance
Australia faces major challenges to its forms of governance. Changing expectations from its citizens, global pressures on the economy and technological innovation are impacting on government operations. Yet most of its institutions were designed a hundred years ago. Cabinet government was inherited. Parliament was already established in its forms and procedures. The federal structure, the High Court and the federal public service were created as a consequence. The party structure has been effectively frozen since the 1920s and a tradition of handing some responsibilities to arms-length organisations was well established.So how have these institutions changed over the last hundred years and how well will they adapt to the demands of the modern world? Do they have the capacity to adapt appropriately and enable governments to achieve their preferred outcomes? In this book experienced academics and practitioners explore these questions. They examine each of the institutions in terms of their ability to meet new challenges and provide some hope that Australia's institutions, even if at times slow to move and dominated by internal interests, have a capacity to adapt and govern effectively. The book shows our political institutions in a new light, as dynamic, often flexible organisms; it provides important new insights into the way we are governed and how our system of governance might develop in the future.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781865084831.jpg
USD

Institutions on the Edge?: Capacity for Governance

by Patrick Weller, John Wanna, Michael Keating
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Winners and losers: it's the brutal reality in most advanced economies. Increased inequality, economic stagnation and financial instability are the consequences of technological change, globalisation and the massive increase in financial systems. Governments struggle to deal with the unrest this creates and to resolve competing claims for the spoils of ...
Fair Share: Competing Claims and Australia's Economic Future
Winners and losers: it's the brutal reality in most advanced economies. Increased inequality, economic stagnation and financial instability are the consequences of technological change, globalisation and the massive increase in financial systems. Governments struggle to deal with the unrest this creates and to resolve competing claims for the spoils of growth. Australia's egalitarian traditions and past reforms have served the country well, but the risks of weakening demand, stagnating living standards and structural unemployment are growing and require urgent attention. Does Australia have the fiscal and political capacity to achieve a reform agenda? Can the Australian political system manage these vital changes? Will voters support them? Fair Share ignites the necessary debate to instigate action.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9780522872279.jpg
USD
Hardback
Book cover image
This major text has been thoroughly revised and updated for the second edition. It sheds new light on the changing roles of the state in Europe and the European Union. After introducing conceptions of the state, bureaucracy, interest groups, patronage and political currents within Europe, Michael Keating focuses on the ...
The Politics of Modern Europe: The State and Political Authority in the Major Democracies
This major text has been thoroughly revised and updated for the second edition. It sheds new light on the changing roles of the state in Europe and the European Union. After introducing conceptions of the state, bureaucracy, interest groups, patronage and political currents within Europe, Michael Keating focuses on the five major European democracies - the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany and Spain. In each case, state and government as well as parties and elections, policymaking and territorial policies are investigated. Key new issues affecting the whole of Europe are discussed including: * the effects of and prospects for European Integration and the single currency * the end of the Cold War and its effect both on the boundaries of Europe and the internal politics of the countries of western Europe * the debate centred on the retreat or strengthening of the state; the market versus politics in the age of globalization * the consequences of increasing multiculturalism on the political order in nation states Clear, concise and thought-provoking, The Politics of Modern Europe provides an excellent resource for students of European studies and the politics of Europe.
USD
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Regions are increasingly recognised as a key aspect of economic change in Europe, not merely as geographic spaces but also as social systems. Their history, culture, institutions and patterns of leadership mould the way in which they adapt to European and global competitive challenges. This book reviews the debate surrounding ...
Culture, Institutions and Economic Development: A Study of Eight European Regions
Regions are increasingly recognised as a key aspect of economic change in Europe, not merely as geographic spaces but also as social systems. Their history, culture, institutions and patterns of leadership mould the way in which they adapt to European and global competitive challenges. This book reviews the debate surrounding the construction of regions and presents eight case studies to illustrate how they are shaped and reshaped in a variety of different ways. The authors find that while some regions exhibit common patterns, there are significant variations, indicating that there is no definitive model of regional development. This book offers a systematic comparison of eight distinct regions and stateless nations, each with its own historical identity, but which is constantly being rebuilt in changing economic and political conditions. Avoiding economic or cultural determinism, the authors show how region-builders can shape their own responses to global challenges to produce models of development reflecting differing understandings and social compromises. Culture, Institutions and Economic Development will be warmly welcomed by academics within the fields of regional studies, European studies and political science.
USD
Paperback / softback
Book cover image
Regions are increasingly recognised as a key aspect of economic change in Europe, not merely as geographic spaces but also as social systems. Their history, culture, institutions and patterns of leadership mould the way in which they adapt to European and global competitive challenges. This book reviews the debate surrounding ...
Culture, Institutions and Economic Development: A Study of Eight European Regions
Regions are increasingly recognised as a key aspect of economic change in Europe, not merely as geographic spaces but also as social systems. Their history, culture, institutions and patterns of leadership mould the way in which they adapt to European and global competitive challenges. This book reviews the debate surrounding the construction of regions and presents eight case studies to illustrate how they are shaped and reshaped in a variety of different ways. The authors find that while some regions exhibit common patterns, there are significant variations, indicating that there is no definitive model of regional development. This book offers a systematic comparison of eight distinct regions and stateless nations, each with its own historical identity, but which is constantly being rebuilt in changing economic and political conditions. Avoiding economic or cultural determinism, the authors show how region-builders can shape their own responses to global challenges to produce models of development reflecting differing understandings and social compromises. Culture, Institutions and Economic Development will be warmly welcomed by academics within the fields of regional studies, European studies and political science.
https://magrudy-assets.storage.googleapis.com/9781840647013.jpg
USD
Hardback
Page 1 of 2