Levelling up regional resilienceCitation formats

Standard

Levelling up regional resilience : policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis. / Sensier, Marianne; Devine, Fiona.

Cambridge, 2020. (An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow Policy Series; No. 5).

Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

Harvard

APA

Vancouver

Sensier M, Devine F. Levelling up regional resilience: policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis. Cambridge. 2020 Jun 9. (An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow Policy Series; 5).

Author

Sensier, Marianne ; Devine, Fiona. / Levelling up regional resilience : policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis. Cambridge, 2020. (An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow Policy Series; 5).

Bibtex

@techreport{e123898e3bd740f5b129698d6e49ea90,
title = "Levelling up regional resilience: policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis",
abstract = "• Policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic should be directed at strengthening resilience of those regions that were least resilient to the 2008 financial crisis.• England{\textquoteright}s local industrial strategies should include measures to enhance firms{\textquoteright} capacity, particularly those rooted within communities, to strengthen resilience.• Green infrastructure investments should be linked up with work retention and training schemes.• Green innovation vouchers should be offered to firms so they can adapt their products and processes in response to the climate crisis and create jobs.• Government should increase the wages of the lowest paid key workers to at least the real living wage to help rebalance inequalities",
author = "Marianne Sensier and Fiona Devine",
year = "2020",
month = jun,
day = "9",
language = "English",
series = "An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow Policy Series",
publisher = "Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge",
number = "5",
type = "WorkingPaper",
institution = "Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge",

}

RIS

TY - UNPB

T1 - Levelling up regional resilience

T2 - policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis

AU - Sensier, Marianne

AU - Devine, Fiona

PY - 2020/6/9

Y1 - 2020/6/9

N2 - • Policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic should be directed at strengthening resilience of those regions that were least resilient to the 2008 financial crisis.• England’s local industrial strategies should include measures to enhance firms’ capacity, particularly those rooted within communities, to strengthen resilience.• Green infrastructure investments should be linked up with work retention and training schemes.• Green innovation vouchers should be offered to firms so they can adapt their products and processes in response to the climate crisis and create jobs.• Government should increase the wages of the lowest paid key workers to at least the real living wage to help rebalance inequalities

AB - • Policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic should be directed at strengthening resilience of those regions that were least resilient to the 2008 financial crisis.• England’s local industrial strategies should include measures to enhance firms’ capacity, particularly those rooted within communities, to strengthen resilience.• Green infrastructure investments should be linked up with work retention and training schemes.• Green innovation vouchers should be offered to firms so they can adapt their products and processes in response to the climate crisis and create jobs.• Government should increase the wages of the lowest paid key workers to at least the real living wage to help rebalance inequalities

M3 - Discussion paper

T3 - An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow Policy Series

BT - Levelling up regional resilience

CY - Cambridge

ER -