Published January 2005 by United Nations .
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Social Aspects of Industrial Restructuring and their Financing (by Professor Paul G. Hare, School of Management and Languages, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, : Paul Hare. “Social Aspects and Financing of Industrial Restructuring” 26 and 27 NovemberMoscow, Russian Federation Topic 1.
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These aspects include the special problems faced by small states, and those faced by rapidly declining regions within larger states. We conclude with a list of major findings about the social aspects of restructuring and their financing, plus a short list of suggested policy recommendations.
J.V. Beaverstock, in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Dicken, Peter (–) One of the world’s leading economic geographers, Peter Dicken spent nearly four decades teaching and researching the geographies of industrial restructuring and regional change from a global perspective, based in the University of Manchester’s School of Environment and Development.
Economic restructuring is used to indicate changes in the constituent parts of an economy in a very general sense. In the western world, it is usually used to refer to the phenomenon of urban areas shifting from a manufacturing to a service sector economic base.
It has profound implications for productive capacities and competitiveness of cities and regions. the character and scope of global industrial restructuring.
Falling profits and sharp declines in equity markets limited the extent to which businesses could engineer and finance major restructuring initiatives. At the same time, the pressure and need for such restructuring increased as a result of weakened demand and diminished market prospects.
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