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growth pole concept and the regional economic policy.

Olivier Vanneste

growth pole concept and the regional economic policy.

With an example of application to the Westflemish economy.

by Olivier Vanneste

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Published by De Tempel in Brugge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Belgium,
  • West Flanders.
    • Subjects:
    • Economic zoning -- Belgium -- West Flanders.,
    • Regional planning -- Belgium -- West Flanders.,
    • Central places -- Belgium -- West Flanders.,
    • Space in economics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPref. of Gaston Eyskens. [Translation: J. Weytsver Kinderen]
      SeriesCahiers de Bruges,, n.s. 24
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC317.F6 V313
      The Physical Object
      Pagination273 p.
      Number of Pages273
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5743388M
      LC Control Number70871929

      Regional Planning: Concepts, Techniques, Policies & Case Studies Mysore. University. Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, Mysore. University. Dept. of Post-graduate Studies and Research in Geography Snippet view - Reviews: 4. Downloadable! Regional economic policy faces the challenge of two competing policy goals - reducing regional economic disparities vs. promoting economic growth. The allocation of public funds has to weigh these goals particularly under the restriction of scarce financial resources. If, however, some region turns out to be a regional growth pole with positive spillovers to its disadvantaged.

      The concept of economic development is not considered explicitly. Rather, the discussion is confined to the concept of economic growth. It is frequently argued that these are one and the same concept. One conclusion of the present analysis is that they represent different Qpes of concepts. The one, economic growth, has essentially objec-. This open access book modifies and revitalizes the concept of the ‘developmental state’ to understand the politics of emerging economy through nuanced analysis on the roles of human agency in the context of structural transformation. In other words, there is a revived interest in the ‘developmental state’ concept.

      Regional economics is a sub-discipline of economics and is often regarded as one of the fields of the social addresses the economic aspect of the regional problems that are spatially analyzable so that theoretical or policy implications can be derived with respect to regions whose geographical scope ranges from local to global areas. 1. Trends in Regional Economic Growth Theory Regional development covers a wide range of economic policy issues related to the need to exploit appropriate productive resources that may contribute – or form an impediment – to the welfare of a region (in either an absolute or a relative sense). Consequently, regional development is.


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Growth pole concept and the regional economic policy by Olivier Vanneste Download PDF EPUB FB2

THEORETICAL GROUNDS OF “GROWTH POLES” CONCEPT USE FOR MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT The subject of planning and public administration of local economic development on the grounds of “growth poles” determination is covered in works of John B.

Parr,John B. Parr,Morgan D. Thomas, File Size: KB. It has since been realized that the failure was not of Perroux's growth pole theory but of its faulty application as a space-bound concept, and a remedy for all regional underdevelopment. Today, as economic interaction encompasses macroregions and becomes globalized, Perroux's original theory seems likely to find validation.

The policy makers presumed that economists could supply the technical analysis needed to make sense of the policies based upon the concept of growth poles.

The intuitive notion of growth poles would identify a growth pole as an industry or perhaps a group of firms with an industry. At an extreme a growth pole might be a single firm or it might. early s, industrialized and developing countries alike applied the growth pole concept in their urban, regional, and national development planning.

After an almost twenty year’s period of reaction (late s and s) on the growth poles ‘dogma’, the growth poles process has been evolved, during the last two decades.

Growth Pole Strategy and Regional Development Policy: Asian Experience and Alternative Approaches focuses on theoretical and practical issues in regional policy, including analytical and strategic approaches to regional development and underdevelopment problems.

The selection first offers information on Asian case studies in decentralization policy and the growth pole approach, growth pole concept and the regional economic policy.

book. The initial concern is with the origins of the strategy, particularly the manner in which the work of Perroux (on dominance and economic space) became modified to form a normative concept in regional economic planning.

Consideration is given to the various regional-problem settings in which the growth-pole strategy has been advocated. The paper undertakes a detailed examination of growth-pole strategies, an emphasis in regional economic planning during the s which never lived up to its early promise.

policy for accelerating economic growth in developing countries. As a concept, growth poles are based on Perroux’s assumption that, for an economy to attain higher income levels, that economy should first develop within itself one or several regional centers for economic strength.5 Growth poles, as a spatial planning tool, draw.

the regional economic development. In this case the scheme of governance mechanisms shall include: goals, decisions, influences, actions and results, which must be reflected in on the concept of "Pole of growth" can be identified, Table 1.

strategic plan to ensure further policy and budgetary decisions are Definition of the objective. Regional Development Planning; Issues and Realities 41st ISoCaRP Congress 3 examination of a number of physical, social, economic and environmental aspects of the building site and the neighboring sites.

The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth. This book covers the following topics: The Nature and Scope of Economics, The Characteristics of the Present Economic System, The Evolution of Economic Society, The Evolution of Economic Society, The Economic Development of the United States, Elementary Concepts, Monopoly, Business Organization and International Trade.

The growth pole theory was developed by French regional economist, Francois Perroux, in He was concerned with the phenomenon of economic development and with the process of structural change.

He attempted to explain how modern process of economic growth deviated from the stationary conception of equilibrium growth. regional development (different scales: global, national, regional and local), pointing to the economic benefits coming from the spatial concentration of economic activities.

One of the well-known economic theories is the concept of growth poles by F. Perroux. Originally the concept was more economic. The role of integration as a catalyst for economic growth, development and insulation from global shocks has made the concept of regional integration even more attractive to states.

This books contain. Regional Ec enemies. New York: The Free Press, and originally published as "Note Sur la Notion de pole de croissance," in Econcmic Appliquee, • Petrella, R. "Some Notes on Grovrth Poles," in Antoni R.

Kuklinsky and R. Petrella (eds.). Growth Poles and Regional Policies, The Hague: Moutcn and Co., Podwin, Lloyd. In the field of Regional Economics, one of his main contribution's was the concept of poles de croissance or 'growth poles'.

It implied that Government policies aimed at the regeneration of a specific local region were critically dependent upon the Input-Output linkages associated with the industry. A 'pole de croissance' is an industry, or. The growth pole concept and the regional economic policy. With an example of application to the Westflemish economy.

of this approach is the concept of growth pole: a. to support economic growth of regional systems. A economic policy of debt dissolution is suggested. Regional Economic Development: A Review Andrea Ascani, Riccardo Crescenzi, Simona Iammarino Department of Geography and Environment London School of Economics and Political Science Email: @ Abstract This review offers an analysis of the main concepts explored in the regional and local economic development literature.

1. Date: 13 oct, REPORT: Growth pole theory A French regional economist Francis Perroux (François Perroux) introduced the concept of ‘Growth Pole’.

To quote a well-known passage from Perroux in this connection: Growth does not appear everywhere at the same time; it appears at points or poles of growth with varying intensity; it. Policies that government undertakes to meet broad economic objectives including inflation control, high employment, and sustainable growth.

Policies and programs to provide services including building highways, managing parks, and providing medical access to the disadvantaged.Parr, J. ( b) Growth-pole strategies in regional economic development planning: a retrospective view. Part 2. Part 2.

Implementation and outcome, Urban Studies, 36(8), pp. - By gaining a better understanding of the growth pole concept and its implications for growth in developing countries, we will be better informed if such a concept has a viable place in the African development context. 2.

Scope of Paper The paper covers the following interrelated issues: o The theoretical underpinnings of growth pole theory.