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April 30, 2009


I have just found a website called Methodspace which claims to be ” the home of the Research Methods community from across the world”, a browse through is very interesting, if you’re into research methods like me…. The site is published by Sage and so I’m sure it will have a pro-sage text bias lurking […]

Impacts of the economic crisis on regeneration

April 14, 2009


Brendan Nevin has written a gloomy article in the April edition of New Start, looking at the likely impact of the current economic crisis on regeneration policy in the UK. Nevin starts with the (reasonably conservative) prediction that the UK’s annual budget deficit may reach £200bn by 2011, 12% of GDP and the highest in the […]