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Title: Rethinking scales? Possible future(s) for regional development planning in South Africa - a think piece
Authors: Makoni, EN
Keywords: Regional development
New regionalism
Regional development strategies
Issue Date: Oct-2008
Citation: Makoni, EN. 2008. Rethinking scales? Possible future(s) for regional development planning in South Africa - a think piece. TCI 2008. 11th Annual Global Conference of The Competitiveness Institute, Cape Town, South Africa, 27-31October, pp 18.
Abstract: The first part of this discussion will provide an overview on the significance of the region in promoting regional development. This analysis will be done within the context of New Regionalism. The second part will outline the current challenges faced by South Africa’s provinces in promoting regional development. The final part of the article will conclude by projecting the possible future for regional development planning in South Africa, highlighting the rise of new forms of subnational development planning actions at city-regional level
Description: This paper was initially prepared for and presented at the TCI/TIPS 11th Annual Global Conference, 27-31 October 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3098
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