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  • The impact of EC agricultural policies on the Irish rural landscape
  • Agricultural land use ; Agricultural policy ; Agriculture ; Common agricultural policy ; Impact study ; Ireland ; Livestock ; Rural landscape
  • 1994
  • Environment policy as a factor in a new security policy
  • Environmental concern - Environmental policy
  • 1994
  • Privatisation and housing policy
  • Deregulation ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Owner-occupier ; Privatisation ; United Kingdom ; United States
  • The main theme is the role of the broad-based home-ownership research. The idea of home-ownership is widely shared not only among middle- and high-income households, but most Western countries are committed to a home-ownership housing policy.
  • 1994
  • United States urban policy: a question of scale?
  • Minority ; Polarization ; Poverty ; Segregation ; Social exclusion ; United States of America ; Urban policy
  • 1994
  • Policies to reduce tropical deforestation and degradation : a computable general equilibrium analysis for Cameroon
  • Cameroon ; Deforestation ; Forest ; Forest policy ; Numerical model ; Tropical rain forest ; Vegetation degradation ; Wood
  • This paper addressed specific questions within the much broader discussion on policies to reduce tropical deforestation and degradation in developing countries. The short-to medium-run consequences of resource policies and trade liberalization
  • 1994
  • Transport choices and sustainability: a review of changing trends and policies
  • Choice ; Europe ; Forecast ; Form of transport ; Traffic ; Transport ; Transport cost ; Transport policy ; United States ; Urban transport
  • This article reviews current developments in transport trends and policies and considers their impact on urban and regional change into the 21th century. It confirms the fundamental shifts now taking place in the transport sector. The global impact
  • of these changes is considered. There is an assessment of transport choices and policies in the more advanced world economies with special reference to Europe and North America.
  • 1994
  • Administration ; Autonomy ; Azores ; Decentralization ; Government policy ; Policy ; Political power ; Regional policy
  • 1994
  • Multicriterion analysis and the evaluation of restoration policies for a Rhine estuary
  • In the process converting the estuary into a tidally-damped, fresh-water system, a study was commissioned to evaluate alternative management policies for that system. Policies were defined in terms of alternative programs for sluice operation
  • 1994
  • Methodological steps in the development of multivariate indexes for urban and regional policy analysis
  • Choice ; Economic indicators ; Index ; Methodology ; Multivariate analysis ; Regional policy ; Social indicators ; Urban policy
  • 1994
  • Race, disadvantage, and policy processes in British planning
  • Administration ; Bureaucracy ; Ethnic community ; Government intervention ; Great Britain ; Minority ; Racism ; Social discrimination ; United Kingdom ; Urban planning ; Urban policy
  • Some of the mechanisms by which black and ethnic minorities can be put at a particular disadvantage within the planning system in Britain are examined. A number of types of policy processes operating in British planning are identified
  • 1994
  • Belgium ; Flanders ; Investment ; Public assistance ; Regional development ; Regional economy ; Regional policy
  • The first part examines the position of the regional policy in relation to other related policies. The existing policy of regional incentives are mainly towards industrial investment. More and more attention is paid to non-economic factors important
  • 1994
  • Belgium ; Regional policy ; Transport ; Transport policy ; Wallonie
  • 1994
  • Household registration type and compliance with the one child policy in China
  • Birth control ; China ; Demographic behaviour ; Demography ; Fertility ; Multivariate analysis ; Population policy
  • 1994
  • Economic restructuring ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing policy ; New Zealand ; Privatisation ; Reform ; State control
  • As part of the process of economic restructuring, and representing a major policy redirection, the state has introduced a process of corporatisation and privatisation into the social service sector. The AA. examine the processes involved
  • in the shift from social rented housing to the emergence of a state-owned, commercially-oriented company. The AA. think that the policy changes are ill-conceived, risking fiscal blowout for the state, and are likely to increase the marginalisation and poverty
  • 1994
  • Urban conservation in Singapore: a survey of state policies and popular attitudes
  • The AA. review changing state policies which have shaped the built environment from slum clearance in the 1950s and 1960s to the conservation of the city's historic districts in the 1980s and 1990s. They explore the degree of convergence between
  • 1994
  • Geopolitics and foreign policy: recent developments in Anglo-American political geography and international relations
  • Foreign policy ; Geopolitics ; International relations ; Political geography ; Research ; Sovereignty ; State
  • 1994
  • Networking cities: telematics in urban policy - A critical review
  • Information flow ; Infrastructure ; Inter-community cooperation ; Network ; Telecommunications ; Telematics ; Telephone ; Urban infrastructure ; Urban policy
  • 1994
  • A change in the policy climate? Current European perspectives on road pricing
  • neighbours. it identifies the development of a European congestion consciousness. Important role played by municipalities. Road-pricing policy is examined.
  • 1994
  • Ethnicity, development and the new economic policy: the experience of Malaysia, 1971-1990
  • Development ; Development strategy ; Economic policy ; Ethnic community ; Ethnicity ; Industrialization ; Malaysia ; Regional economy ; State control
  • 1994
  • Agrarian reform ; Agricultural policy ; Agricultural product ; Agricultural production ; Canada ; Grant ; International agreement ; Regional economy ; Trade ; Trade agreement
  • It is the objective of this contribution to survey traditional and new instruments of Canadian agricultural policy, to analyze their economic impacts and to investigate whether those instruments might serve as a model for future agricultural
  • policies in other countries. In discussing some lessons from the Canadian example, it was stressed in how far individual policy instruments are trade neutral apart from their impacts on the primary objectives of income support or income stabilization
  • 1994