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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 […]