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In-text: (Amin, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Amin, A., 1999. An Institutionalist Perspective on Regional Economic Development. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 23(2), pp.365-378.
In-text: (Beer and Lester, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Beer, A. and Lester, L., 2015. Institutional thickness and institutional effectiveness: developing regional indices for policy and practice in Australia. Routledge, 2(1).
In-text: (Hettne and Söderbaum, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Hettne, B. and Söderbaum, F., 1998. The New Regionalism Approach. Politeia, 17.
In-text: (MacLeod, 2001)
Your Bibliography: MacLeod, G., 2001. New Regionalism Reconsidered: Globalization and the Remaking of Political Economic Space. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 25(4), pp.804-829.
In-text: (Rogerson, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Rogerson, C., 2009. The Turn to ‘New Regionalism’: South African Reflections. Urban Forum, 20(2), pp.111-140.
In-text: (Scott, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Scott, A., 2001. Globalization and the Rise of City-regions. European Planning Studies, 9(7), pp.813-826.
In-text: (Söderbaum and Shaw, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Söderbaum, F. and Shaw, T., 2003. Theories of New Regionalism.
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