This timely volume examines the state of public policy formulation in the Dublin city region and the implications for the key public policy processes and regional stakeholders of ongoing and potential changes in the region's economy and its relationship with other comparable city regions. The contributors offer elected representatives, policy makers, citizens and communities some considered advice that draws on past experience and the lessons learned from other countries. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the key public policy choices facing the Dublin city region, including spatial planning,local development, public infrastructure, higher education, innovation, labour market intervention and sourcing international investment. Its contributors include respected economists, geographers and political scientists presenting accessible and thought-provoking analyses, and outlining a framework for public policy formulation and implementation for an evolving city region in the context of the ongoing reconfiguration of global trade and financial networks.
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