The Economy of Northern Ireland: Perspectives for Structural Change

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Paul Teague
Lawrence & Wishart, 1993 - Business & Economics - 272 pages

The essays in this collection focus on the need for a radical rethink of economic policy in Northern Ireland. The central theme of the collection is that Northern Ireland needs a regional policy based on the creation of an agglomeration economy. This, in turn, requires the back-up of a regional institutional framework.

To create such a framework Northern Ireland needs new structures of governance, based on further disconnection from the mainland.
Contributors: J.E. Birnie, Vani Borooah, Robert Clulow, Celia Davies, Douglas Hamilton, Mark Hart, Norma Heaton, D.M.W.N. Hitchins, Rory O'Donell, Gillian Robinson, Michael Smyth, Paul Teague, K. Wagner.

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Governance Structure and Economic Performance
60
The Public Sector and the Economy
121
Discrimination and Fair Employment in Northern
141
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