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This briefing outlines three challenges facing the UK: regional inequality, centralisation of power and a lack of community voice. The new Shared Prosperity Fund, which will replace EU structural funding, could address these issues if it is designed appropriately.
The ‘Smart specialization’ (SS) project of the European Union is both an innovative project and an ongoing experiment on industrial and innovation policy, probably the biggest such experiment globally. This approach makes it possible to rediscover mechanisms that have been extremely successful creating wealth in...
This review presents a description and analysis of literature regarding Smart Specialisation (S3) in Europe, as well as making observations about its application in other parts of the world, including Australia. It is one of the ‘foundation’ documents prepared to inform the commencement of the...
This report describes the Australian Government's approach to regional policy and investments in regional development.
Regional economic development, in its various guises, is deployed throughout much of Australia. Whilst it remains a contested activity, conventional wisdom extols the need to embrace complexity, whilst simultaneously imbuing order and control. Insights from the literature reveal that regional economic development organisations are often...
This report examines the economic resilience of the Bunbury economy and the implications for the formation of local economic policy.
This report examines the Port Hedland economy and identifies areas of competitive and comparative advantage.
This report examines the Karratha economy, identifying areas of comparative and competitive advantage.
This report examines the Greater Bunbury economy, identifying areas of comparative and competitive advantage.
This report examines the Geraldton economy, identifying areas of comparative and competitive advantage.