The fall and rise of great industrial cities
Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol
Introduction: what are weak market cities?
Industrial giants: emerging on the back of history
A change in direction: political turmoil and a ferment of new ideas
Neighbourhood interventions: can small scale make a difference in big cities?
Part two: Learning from 50 years of boom and bust: seven European case studies
Part three: Are weak market cities recovering or struggling?
Towards a recovery framework
Part four: What can European cities learn from the American experience of urban industrial decline and post-industrial recovery initiatives?
How do American weak market cities compare with Europe?
Will American cities recover?
What are the lessons for Europe?
Part five: Conclusions
What do European cities teach us?
Where does the future lie?