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  • Russia's energy policy : a framing comment
  • Capitalism ; Energy policy ; Liberalism ; Natural gas ; Oil ; Policy ; Russia ; State
  • A study on regional allocation of investments for redistribution policy of population
  • This paper presents the regional allocation model of public investments for the redistribution policy of population and one detailed simulation concentrating on the controllability of the degree of local autonomy. Its considers also the simple
  • transport policy model for the redistribution. - (SGA)
  • Contemporary trends and policies in French city planning: a chronicle of successive urban policies, 1950-1983
  • Public policy assessment: evaluating objectives of resource policy
  • Településfejlesztès, településpolitika.. (Settlement development, settlement policy)
  • A new area begun in settlement development in Hungary. A strong criticism is directed to the previous practice of settlement policy. The present situation in Hungarian settlements is outlined, the institutions and strategies of settlement policy
  • Criminality and basic characteristics of penal policy, 1975-1985
  • Adult criminality (political, economic...), penal policy| juvenile delinquency (against property, against life and limb, against the dignity of the person and morality), penal policy.
  • New directions in rural policy : recent administrative changes in response to conflict between rural policies
  • Transport investment and disadvantaged regions : UK and European policies since the 1950s
  • Europe ; Industrial region ; Investment ; Regional policy ; Road ; Transport ; Transport network ; Transport policy ; United Kingdom
  • This paper outlines transport investment policies for older industrial regions with higher unemployment. It examines the motivation behind such policies and compares them with transport policies for other regions. The growth of political
  • Creating competitive advantage: forest policy as industrial policy in Chile
  • Chile ; Competitiveness ; Economic efficiency ; Economic policy ; Forest policy ; Forestry ; Industrial policy ; Logging ; Stand treatment ; Tree species ; Wood
  • Competing interests and the political market for smart growth policy
  • Land policy ; Land use ; Massachusetts ; United States of America ; Urban policy ; Zoning
  • Based on the political market framework, this study specifically examines the influence of pro-growth and smart-growth interest groups on smart growth policies adopted by local governments in the state of Massachusetts, USA. The results suggest both
  • real estate interests and environmental groups influence local policy decisions, and depending on the policy, the characteristics of local political institutions mediate these influences.
  • Geography and public policy : the case of the missing agenda
  • Cultural studies ; Economic geography ; Human geography ; Impact ; Policy ; Public policy ; Research ; Social geography
  • The impact of geography on the policy realm has been limited. The A. argues that much contemporary social and economic geography research renders it of little practical relevance for policy. The more significant reasons are : the effects
  • policy turn in the discipline.
  • Wooing the Generals. India's new Burma policy
  • Army ; Buddhism ; Burma ; China ; Foreign policy ; Geostrategy ; India ; International relations ; Policy ; Political regime
  • long ignored its eastern neighbour and after 1988, the idealist policies. India defined towards Burma was not altered. At the end of the 90s India's policy toward Burma was dramatically shifted with the launch of its Look East Policy. India's strategy
  • Policy transfer as policy assemblage : making policy for the creative industries in New Zealand
  • Creative industry ; Economic policy ; Industrial policy ; Industry ; Innovation ; New Zealand ; Policy ; Policy transfer ; Project
  • Immigration, local policy, and national identity in the suburban United States
  • Chicago ; Ethnic minority ; Illinois ; Immigration policy ; International migration ; National identity ; Suburbs ; United States of America ; Urban policy ; Washington D.C.
  • This article examines four local immigration policies in the Chicago and Washington DC metropolitan areas to explain how suburbs justify their policy positions. It shows that these suburban communities rely on conceptions of American identity
  • and the ‘American Dream’ in support of their policies, but leverage these tropes in vastly different ways depending on the broader strategic purposes of the policies. These divergent suburban immigration policies both challenge traditional notions of suburban
  • political and cultural homogeneity and reveal how such heterogeneity has produced a distinct unevenness in contemporary local policy responses to undocumented immigration within metropolitan regions.
  • Environment policy as a factor in a new security policy
  • Environmental concern - Environmental policy
  • Rural poverty in Peninsular Malaysia and the Malaysian national agricultural policy
  • Agricultural policy ; Agricultural product ; Agriculture ; Countryside ; Living standard ; Malaysia ; Modernization ; Poverty ; Regional disparities ; Rice cultivation ; Rural development
  • The national agricultural policy aims to modernise and revitalise Malaysian agriculture and alleviate rural poverty while retaining labour in agriculture. The A. argues that this policy will not alleviate poverty in the padi sub-sector for three
  • Settlement and settlement-network development policy in Hungary during the state socialism
  • Government policy ; Hungary ; Settlement ; Settlement history ; Settlement system ; Urban network
  • During the years of state socialism (1948-1989) the direct influence of the communist party was felt on the settlement and regional development policy. The settlement policy of this period was large town oriented, and the majority of the village
  • Evaluation of local economic development : a challenge for policy research
  • Economic policy ; Job creation ; Local development ; Local economy ; Regional policy
  • This paper suggests the benefits of placing evaluation in a broader context of performance measures which reflects more fully the objectives of the policy and allows greater insights into comparative effectiveness and thus influences
  • Allocation ; Economic policy ; Fiscal system;Fiscal policy ; Local development ; Production cost
  • Recent literature has argued that a policy of invariant tax abatement awards is more costly than necessary, and has suggested several ways of improving tax abatement policy by allowing officials discretion in granting abatements. Analysis suggests
  • tax abatements should be abandoned as a development policy. More generally, rent-seeking should be recognised as an important concept in the analysis and evaluation of development programmes.
  • Social policy in poor countries
  • Decentralization ; Developing countries ; Planning ; Social policy ; Social service ; Welfare state
  • The topics coveres include privatization, decentralization, debt and development, natural and civil disasters, and social insurance. This selective approach aims to highlight how governments have responded to the pressures of social policy
  • formulation. This policy is defined as public actions that protect the vulnerable and poor from adverse changes in the quality of life, especially in the provision of health, education, and housing.