Jumping off the cliff?

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Barber, S and Jones, A (2017). Jumping off the cliff? Local Economy. 32 (3), pp. 153-155.
AuthorsBarber, S and Jones, A
Abstract

The referendum vote on 23 June 2016 marked a moment of change in Britain. The rejection of a broad political class and a prime minister elected just a year before meant that the one choice denied to Theresa May as she assumed occupancy of Number Ten was continuity. The rejection of advice and instruction of transformation was not confined to Britain’s membership of the European Union – complex and wide ranging as that is – but also demanded answers to wider dissatisfaction from national to local economics, to globalisation, to democracy.

Keywords1205 Urban And Regional Planning; 1402 Applied Economics; 1604 Human Geography; Urban & Regional Planning
Year2017
JournalLocal Economy
Journal citation32 (3), pp. 153-155
PublisherSage
ISSN0269-0942
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1177/0269094217706646
Web address (URL)https://uk.sagepub.com
Publication dates
Print01 May 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited15 Aug 2017
Accepted01 May 2017
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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