Lookup NU author(s): Dr Stuart Dawley,
Professor Andy Pike,
Professor John Tomaney
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Discussions of local and regional development have recently broadened from a preoccupation with growth to one which captures the notion of resilience. This paper makes two main contributions to these debates. First, the paper critiques static equilibrium-based notions of resilience and instead advances a more dynamic evolutionary approach to explain local and regional resilience. Second, we seek to address the widening gap between resilience thinking and its transfer to practical policy prescription. To do this, we explore the notions of adaptability, adaptive capacity and new path creation in developing local and regional resilience. We then focus upon what this might mean for local and regional strategies and draw on the case study of the Renewable Energy sector in North East England to demonstrate the enduring role of policy intervention in stimulating change and building resilience in peripheral regions.
Author(s): Dawley S, Pike A, Tomaney J
Series Editor(s): Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC)
Publication type: Report
Series Title: SERC Discussion Papers
Type: SERC Discussion Paper Series
Source Publication Date: September 2010
Report Number: SERCDP0053
Institution: Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC); London School of Economics
Place Published: London