2 edition of Local modes of social regulation? found in the catalog.
Local modes of social regulation?
|Statement||J.A. Peck and A. Tickell.|
|Series||SPA working paper -- 14|
|Contributions||Tickell, A., University of Manchester. School of Geography.|
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Local Modes of Social Regulation. Regulation Theory, Thatcherism and Uneven Development Article (PDF Available) in Geoforum 23(3) August with Reads.
No. 3, pp.Printed in Great Britain /92 $+(1 Pergamon Press Ltd Local Modes of Social Regulation. Regulation Theory, Thatcherism and Uneven Development JAMIE A.
PECK,* Manchester, Local modes of social regulation? book, and ADAM TICKELL.+ Leeds, U.K. Abstract: This paper examines processes of local social regulation, critically deploy- ing a Cited by: A recent book by Daniel Fiorino, leader of a key regulatory research program at the U.S.
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