Rethinking 'Global' City Centres: The Example of Birmingham

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1999 Number 13

Rethinking 'Global' City Centres: The Example of Birmingham
Nick Henry, Adrian Passmore pages -


In the face of ‘globalisation’, boosterist strategies of regeneration have haunted cities for nearly two decades. Such strategies are often socially divisive, exclusive and homogenising; we argue for the possibilities of other ‘global’ paths of social and cultural investment in city building.

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