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Published by University of Warwick, Department of Politics in Warwick .
Written in English


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SeriesWorking papers / University of Warwick. Department of Politics -- No.27, Working papers (University of Warwick. Department of Politics) -- no.27.
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Open LibraryOL13774330M

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This book explores how policy ideas are spread—or diffused—in an age in which policymaking has become increasingly complex and specialized. Using the concept of enterprise zones as a case study in policy diffusion, Karen Mossberger compares the process of their adoption in Virginia, Indiana, Michigan, New York, and Massachusetts over a Cited by: The term "enterprise zone" was coined in by Geoffrey Howe, a Conservative member of the British Parliament, according to "Enterprise Zones: Greenlining the Inner Cities," a book by. 2 - THE POLITICS OF IDEAS AND THE SPREAD OF ENTERPRISE ZONES that national networks of state policy specialists and officials have assisted in the diffusion of policies among the American states, and some research confirms the role that professionalCited by: The enterprise zones have been a significant part of the debate in urban policy and economic development over the last two decades. The idea of cutting taxes and regulations as a free market remedy for impoverished areas was originally hailed .

Griffin said state law always allowed the retail, commercial and services businesses in enterprise zones but those weren't included when the program was first put in place in the county. Book Reviews; Party politics and elections; Enterprise Zones Budget New Enterprise Zones have potential, but without more widespread economic growth they may be dead in the water. Wednesday’s Budget saw the introduction of 21 ‘Enterprise Zones’, aimed to revive the economies of struggling areas. The Evansville, Indiana Enterprise Zone Program was established in as one of Indiana's first five enterprise zones. A study published in by Barry M. Rubin and Margaret G. Wilder examined the mi. 2 area using the technique of shift-share analysis to determine whether the zone was having a measurable impact on local economic.   The Clinton Administration last week sent legislation to Capitol Hill to create federal enterprise zones in depressed inner-city and rural communities. With a record of success in 36 states over.

  Model Cities Work, but Enterprise Zones Won't. J a first example of the politics of innovation, instead of the politics of distribution. Enterprise Zones in the United Kingdom found a new lease of life in the Budget and the accompanying Plan for Growth that announced the creation of 24 Enterprise Zones in England (subsequently increased to 25). These formally began operational in April Zones were also announced by the Devolved Administrations andFile Size: KB. While his book included many elements of the enterprise zone concept, Kemp's proposal was ultimately inspired by the Thatcher government's plan for Britain's decaying urban areas.   On Wednesday, President Obama endorsed the idea of “promise zones,” a variation of the old Republican idea of enterprise new zones—located in San Antonio, Philadelphia, Los.