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Regional development

Regional development is the provision of aid and other assistance to regions which are less economically developed. Regional development may be domestic or international in nature. The implications and scope of regional development may therefore vary in accordance with the definition of a region, and how the region and its boundaries are perceived internally and externally.

By country

Canada

United Kingdom

United States

Research Projects

See also

Regional Development organizations

  • European Inforegio Commission's Regional Policy Information
  • UNCRD United Nations Centre for Regional Development
  • OECD OECD Regional Competitiveness and Governance Division
  • SWIEDC Southwest Indiana Economic Development Coalition
  • IEDC Indiana Economic Development Corporation
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