The Future of Rural Policy in Scotland: RESAS Strategic Research Programme Research Deliverable 3.4.2 Place-based policy and its implications for policy and service delivery

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Abstract

This paper discusses the future direction and shape of rural policy in Scotland after
‘Brexit’, i.e. when the UK leaves the European Union (EU), building on reviews of previous rural policies and strategies in Scotland since devolution, theoretical
approaches to rural development, international work on rural development policy, and current (non-rural) policy drivers in Scotland
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages32
Publication statusPrint publication - Aug 2018

Bibliographical note

This report should be cited as: Atterton, J. (2018) The Future of Rural Development Policy in Scotland,
Working Paper from RESAS Research Deliverable 3.4.2 Place-based policy and its implications
for policy and service delivery (August).

Keywords

  • Brexit
  • Rural Scotland
  • EU
  • Rural development policy
  • Rural policies
  • OECD

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