The Theory, Practice, and Potential of Regional Development:

The Case of Canada



Kelly Vodden, David Douglas, Sean Markey, Sarah Minnes, and Bill Reimer

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Supplementary Materials 

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Regional Development in Canada: Eras and Evolution

Chapter 3 What is New Regionalism?

Chapter 4 Project Approach: Critical Reflections on Methodology and Process

Chapter 5 Searching for Multi-Level Collaborative Governance

Chapter 6 Identity and Commitment to Place: How Regions “Become” in Rural Canada

Chapter 7 “Integrated” Regional Development Policy and Planning

Chapter 8 Rural-Urban Interactions and Interdependence

Chapter 9 Learning, Knowledge Flows and Innovation in Canadian Regions

Chapter 10 Conclusions: Implications for Policy and Practice