Mike Raco mainly investigates Public administration, Democracy, Local economic development, Governmentality and State. He interconnects Citizenship, Stakeholder and Corporate governance in the investigation of issues within Public administration. His Democracy study combines topics in areas such as Sustainable community and Neoliberalism.
His Local economic development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Community development, Competition, Economic system and Central government. His Governmentality research incorporates themes from Liberalism, Devolution and Urban policy. His State research includes elements of Modernization theory and Welfare state.
His primary areas of investigation include Public administration, Economic growth, Sustainable community, Political economy and Corporate governance. His work on Local government as part of general Public administration study is frequently linked to Regeneration, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Economic growth research includes themes of Small business and Economic geography.
He usually deals with Sustainable community and limits it to topics linked to Economic system and Market economy. His work on Neoliberalism as part of general Political economy research is often related to Futures contract, Cohesion and Global city, thus linking different fields of science. His work in Corporate governance addresses issues such as State, which are connected to fields such as Welfare state.
Mike Raco mainly investigates Regeneration, Diversity, Political economy, Public administration and Regulatory capitalism. His research in Political economy focuses on subjects like Human geography, which are connected to Sustainable community. His work deals with themes such as Sustainable city, Sustainable housing and Social science, which intersect with Sustainable community.
The Regulatory capitalism study combines topics in areas such as Welfare state, Progressivism, Private sector, Private finance initiative and Localism. His studies deal with areas such as Economy and Media studies as well as Local government. In his research, Mike Raco performs multidisciplinary study on Recession and Economic growth.
His primary scientific interests are in Recession, Sustainable community, Urban ecosystem, Earth science and Boundary. Combining a variety of fields, including Recession, Context, Development economics, Psychological resilience, Urban studies and Credit crunch, are what the author presents in his essays. Mike Raco applies his multidisciplinary studies on Sustainable community and Obituary in his research.
Urban ecosystem and Natural are two areas of study in which Mike Raco engages in interdisciplinary work.
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Urban renaissance? : New Labour, community and urban policy
Robert Imrie;Mike Raco.
Sustainable Development, Rolled-out Neoliberalism and Sustainable Communities
Governmentality and rights and responsibilities in urban policy
Mike Raco;Rob Imrie.
Environment and Planning A (2000)
Remaking Place and Securitising Space: Urban Regeneration and the Strategies, Tactics and Practices of Policing in the UK
Urban Studies (2003)
Competition, Collaboration and the New Industrial Districts: Examining the Institutional Turn in Local Economic Development
Urban Studies (1999)
How New is the New Local Governance? Lessons from the United Kingdom
Rob Imrie;Mike Raco.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (1999)
Governmentality, subject-building, and the discourses and practices of devolution in the UK
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (2003)
From expectations to aspirations: State modernisation, urban policy, and the existential politics of welfare in the UK
Political Geography (2009)
Assessing community participation in local economic development — lessons for the new urban policy
Political Geography (2000)
Community and the changing nature of urban policy
R. Imrie;M. Raco.
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