OECD Territorial Reviews: Newcastle in the North East, United Kingdom 2006

OECD Publishing, 14. pro 2006. - Broj stranica: 240

Across the OECD, globalisation increasingly tests the ability of regional economies to adapt and exploit their competitive edge, as it also offers new opportunities for regional development. This review of Newcastle in the United Kingdom looks at a medium-sized metropolitan area that is the growth centre for its region. This review makes a series of recommendations designed to consolidate governance structures and improve the competitiveness of the region vis-a-vis other similar regions across Europe.


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Stranica 4 - Responding to a need to study and spread innovative territorial development strategies and governance in a more systematic way, the OECD created in 1999 the Territorial Development Policy Committee (TDPC) and its Working Party on Urban Areas (WPUA) as a unique forum for international exchange and debate. The TDPC has developed a number of activities, among which a series of specific case studies on metropolitan regions.
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Stranica 240 - Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions (2002), Your Region, Your Choice: Revitalising the English Regions, available at http://image.guardian.co.uk/sysfiles/Society/documents/2002/05/09/whitepaper.pdf#search=%22White %20paper%20on%20Regional%20Governance%202002%22.
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Stranica 183 - ... rationale for horizontal collaboration The main rationale for building intra-metropolitan co-operation is linked with the fragmentation of administrative jurisdictions within metropolitan areas. As major cities of OECD countries expand geographically outward, old administrative boundaries usually remain in place, creating a patchwork of municipalities within the urban area, each with its own vested interests to defend. Table 3.1 shows that almost all metropolitan regions studied by the OECD are...

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