Regionalism, Business Interests and Public Policy
London/Newbury Park/New Delhi, Sage, 1989, Sage studies in neo-corporatism
COLEMAN, William D., JACEK, Henry J. (editor/s), COLEMAN, William D., JACEK, Henry J., Regionalism, Business Interests and Public Policy, London/Newbury Park/New Delhi, Sage, 1989, Sage studies in neo-corporatism - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/18656
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This book explores and assesses the importance of the relationship between regional protest movements and the territorial organization of business interests. Drawing on comparative research into business interest associations in nine countries in Europe and North America, the authors show that regional differentiation is an important feature of systems of business associations in all countries. This book includes case studies of countries where such movements are an important phenomenon - Spain, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Canada and the UK. It also includes contrasting studies from West Germany and the USA, where regional movements have not been a prominent feature of national political life.
Series editors: Philippe C. SCHMITTER and Alan CAWSON. Published in association with the European University Institute, Florence. This volume emerges from the Organization of Business Interests (OBI) Project, coordinated by Philippe Schmitter and Wolfgang Streeck.
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