This book was born out of the need to ‘capture’ the experience and understanding of the regeneration management process that is neither UK centric nor centred exclusively on urban areas. Written by experts working in the USA, Holland, Greece, Jamaica, Turkey, Spain, Trinidad and the Czech Republic, this book seeks to locate the issue of regeneration in a context which will enable the reader to reflect upon practices which are ‘local’ but are shaped by international processes.
As well as proving an accessible review of the theoretical literature on globalisation and its impact upon managing regeneration initiatives, this book also illustrates these theoretical debates with specific examples which provide insight to both urban and rural developments. This book will be of great interest to students, researchers and practitioners engaged in regeneration management, providing a thematic exploration and examination of the ‘global’ regeneration experience.
List of Illustrations. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part One: Context. Introduction to Part One. John Diamond, Joyce Liddle, Alan Southern and Philip Osei. 1. Context to Globalisation and Regeneration. John Diamond. 2. Redevelopment at All Costs? A Critical Review and Examination of the American Model of Urban Management and Regeneration. Andrew Jonas and Linda McCarthy. Part Two: The Case Studies. Introduction to the Case Studies. John Diamond, Joyce Liddle, Alan Southern and Philip Osei. 3. Learning from the Experience of VISION 2020 in Kingston, Jamaica. Philip Osei. 4. Regeneration Opportunities and Challenges: Greece. Joyce Liddle and Ioannis Oikonomopoulos. 5. Regeneration or Redevelopment? The Case of East Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies. Ann Marie Bissessar. 6. An Outline of Post-War Dutch Urban Regeneration Policy. Karen Leeming. 7. Local Economic Development, Urban Change and Regeneration in Turkey. Huseyin Gul and Murat Dulupen. 8. Urban Regeneration Policies in Barcelona: Periods, Territories and Agents. Ismael Blanco. 9. The Czech Republic’s Structural Funds 2007-13: Critical Issues for Regional Regeneration. John Shutt, Martin Pelucha and Stratis Koutsoukos. Part Three: Making Connections. Introduction to Part Three. John Diamond, Joyce Liddle, Alan Southern and Philip Osei. 10. Social Movements and Regeneration. Graeme Chesters. 11. International Perspectives on Regeneration Management: Common Themes and the Making of Value. Alan Southern. Conclusion: Reviewing the Debates and Anticipating Change. John Diamond, Joyce Liddle, Alan Southern and Philip Osei. Contributors. References. Index.
'A very valuable and exciting contribution to the debate of globalisation and its impact upon managing regeneration initiatives worldwide.' Doris Wastl-Walter (University of Bern, Switzerland)