Competitive global city regions and 'sustainable development': an interpretive institutionalist account in the South East of England
Krueger, Rob; Gibbs, David
David Gibbs D.C.Gibbs@hull.ac.uk
This paper presents an argument and empirical case study to draw out additional nuance in the social construction of institutions. Adapting the conceptual work of political scientists Mark Bevir and Roderick Rhodes to recent accounts in economic geography of institutional change we present an 'interpretative analysis' of recent policy changes in the regulation of land use in competitive global regions in London and the South East, UK. The paper examines the appeal to tradition, the construction of policy dilemmas, and the affect these have on what we think of as neoliberal policy reform.
Krueger, R., & Gibbs, D. (2010). Competitive global city regions and 'sustainable development': an interpretive institutionalist account in the South East of England. Environment & planning. A, 42(4), 821-837. https://doi.org/10.1068/a42111
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Acceptance Date||Apr 30, 2010|
|Publication Date||Apr 27, 2010|
|Journal||ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Geography, Planning and Development; Environmental Science (miscellaneous)|
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