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OECD Regional Policy Briefing

  • Year: 2012
  • Author: Regional Australia Institute

Regional policy is not a choice between supporting high growth areas or propping up struggling regions. OECD evidence shows that strong economic growth is possible in all types of regions regardless of their current levels of development or previous performance. To tap the potential for growth and prosperity in each region, Australia needs better regional information, integrated policy for common regional challenges and regional leadership in economic development.

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