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Government Interventions in Pursuit of Regional Development: Learning from Experience

  • Year: 2003
  • Author: Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics
  • ISBN: 1877081337
  • Country: Australia

The questions of why regions grow or fail to grow, and what, if anything, governments can do about it have attracted considerable interest and debate for many years. This report provides a select review of previous government intervention approaches and experiences in pursuit of regional development. The review provides useful insights into the purpose and outcomes of various government-sponsored interventions in Australia, and in a number of other comparable countries.

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